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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

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CATALOG 

OF 

COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



PART 1, GROUP 3 

Dramatic Compositions 

AND 

Motion Pictures 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 10 

FOR THE YEAR 1937 

Nos. 1-12 



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Published by Authority of the Acts of Congress of March 3, 1891, 
of June 30, 1906, and of March 4, 1909 



UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON : 1938 



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LIBEARY OF CONGRESS 

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CATALOG 



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COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891, 
OF JUNE 30, 1906, AND OF MARCH 4, 1909 



PART 1, GROUP 3 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 
MOTION PICTURES 



1937 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 10 
No. 1 



UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON : 1937 



'TpHE Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 1, 
■*■ Group 3, issued monthly, contains titles of Dramatic compositions and 
Motion pictures. 

Group 3 contains, in two separate alphabets, the titles of the entries made 
in Class "D", Dramatic compositions, and Dramatico-musical compositions, 
arranged alphabetically by title; Class "I", Motion-picture photoplays; and 
Class "M", Motion pictures other than photoplays, arranged alphabetically by 
title. 

Under the act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 1909, the preliminary 
entry of titles has been abrogated and registration follows deposit of copies 
with an application for entry in the Copyright Office. 

To save space in the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbre- 
viated. The abbreviations used in this part are as follows: "D", Class D, 
Dramatic compositions; "L", Class L, Motion-picture photoplays; and "M", 
Class M, Motion pictures other than photoplays. "©" implies copyright regis- 
tration of a published work followed by date of publication; "© 1 c." stands 
for copyright of an unpublished work, followed by date of receipt in the Copy- 
right Office of the printed or manuscript copy; and "2 c." for two copies, 
followed by date of their receipt. 

A list of dramatic compositions of which the subsisting copyright has been 
renewed under sections 23 and 24 of the act of March 4, 1909, will be found in this 
issue immediately following the drama list. 

Imprints. — When the publishers of dramatic compositions are also the claim- 
ants of copyright, their names are omitted from the imprint. 

The annual index contains the names of all copyright proprietors, the names 
of authors and titles of dramatic compositions, and the titles of all motion 
pictures. 

The act of March 4, 1909, provides that the Catalog of Copyright Entries 
"shall be admitted in any court as prima-facie evidence of the facts stated 
therein as regards any copyright registration." 

The annual subscription price for the Catalog of Copyright Entries (received 
only for the calendar year) for Part 1, Group 3, is $2.00 for 1937, payable in 
advance to the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C, by postal 
money order, express order, or New York draft. 

Under the provisions of the act of Congress, approved May 23, 1928, the prices 
of the various parts of the Catalog are now as follows: 

Part 1, Group 1, Books proper $3. 00 

Part 1, Group 2, Pamphlets, Contributions to Newspapers or Periodicals, 

Lectures, and Maps 3. 00 

Part 1, Group 3, Dramatic Compositions and Motion Pictures 2. 00 

Part 2, Periodicals 2. 00 

Part 3, Musical Compositions 3. 00 

Part 4, Works of Art, Photographs, Prints, and Pictorial Illustrations 2. 00 

Single numbers (except Book leaflets) .50 

Annual indexes, each, for complete calendar year 2.00 

All parts for complete calendar year 10.00 



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NOTICE 



The Copyright Act of 1909 provides that, of the articles deposited 
for copyright registration, the Librarian of Congress shall determine 
what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent 
collections of the Library of Congress and what other books or 
articles shall be transferred to other governmental libraries in the 
District of Columbia for use therein. 

The Act further provides that any article undisposed of as above 
and stiH remaining on the shelves of the Copyright Office may be 
returned to the claimant of copyright under the provisions of section 
60 of the Act. 

Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright pro- 
prietor, or other lawful claimant, that, insofar as any copyright 
articles deposited from January 1, 1929, to December 31, 1935, inclu- 
sive, are still remaining in the files of the Copyright Office, and are 
not to be transferred to the Library of Congress or to any other 
governmental library in the District of Columbia, such books or 
articles may be returned to the claimant of copyright if requested 
by such claimant prior to December 31, 1937. 

This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, 
such as books, periodicals, dramatic compositions, musical composi- 
tions, engravings, cuts or prints, lithographs, photo-engravings, or 
photographs. Manuscripts or typewritten dramas and photographs 
filed for identifying works of art may not be returned. No maps are 
available for return. 

To secure such possible return the claimant of copyright of record 
should make formal request for the return of the articles, which 
must be separately and definitely specified. A suitable blank will 
be supplied on request. Address Register of Copyrights, Library 
of Congress, Washington, D. O. 



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CLASS D 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



A & P bandwagon; by Ted Collins. 
Dec. 24, 1936. © 1 c. Dec. 30, 1936; 
D 46775 ; Paris & Peart, New York. 1 

Dec. 31, 1936. © 1 c. Jan. .4, 

1937; D 46820; Paris & Peart, New 
York. 2 

Jan. 7, 1937. © 1 c. Jan 8, 

1937; D 47088; Paris & Peart, New 
York. 3 

Jan. 14, 1937. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 



1937; D 47183; Paris & Peart, New 
Y^ork. 4 

Jan. 21, 1937. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 



1937; D 47265; Paris & Peart, New 
York. 5 

About the last one : a play in 3 acts, by 
William Gordon. © 1 c. Dec. 30, 1936 ; 
D 46778; William E. Gordon, Lynd- 
hurst, N. J. 6 

Act of God. See Close to the line. 

Adventures (The) of Johnny Breck ; no. 
1, a serial for radio, by M. Markle. 
© 1 c. Jan. 7, 1937 ; D 46999 ; Mable 
Markle, Chicago. 7 

Advice exchange. See Good neighbor. 

Agitator (The) ; a drama in 7 acts, by 
A. L. Cole. © 1 c. Dec. 31, 1936; D 
46824 ; Albert Lincoln Cole, New York. 

8 

Ali Baba and his son Hadji ; a play in 4 
scenes, by Hermon Ould, with three 
unison songs, by David Carver. Lon- 
don, New York [1936] 54 p. 12mo. 
( [French's plays for juvenile per- 
formers, no. 38] ) Contains music. 
© Dec. 17, 1936; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1937; 
D 47012 ; Samuel French, ltd., London. 



Almost married ; comedy drama [in] 1 
act [by Louisa E. Holland] [1936] 11 
p. 24mo. Caption title. © Dec. 8, 
1936; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1937; D 46873: 
Louisa Emma Holland, Chicago. 10 

Aloft ; a 1-act play, by C. E. Cantlon and 
J. L. Howerton. © 1 c. Dec. 29, 1936 ; 
D 46717 ; Clifton Eugene Cantlon and 
James Luther Howerton, Washing- 
ton. 11 



Alpenzug; dramatisches gedicht, von 
Felix Lutzkendorf. Berlin [1936] 91, 
[1] p. 12mo © Feb. 26, 1936; 1 c. 
Apr. 20; D 46980; S. Fischer verlag, 
a-g., Berlin. 12 

Amateur (The) cracksman; a mystery 

drama in 4 acts, adapted by J. 

• Menchen, from the stories by E. W. 

Hornung. © 1 c. Nov. 11, 1936; D 

46815 ; Joseph Menchen, Los Angeles. 

13 

Amateur (The) hour; a burlesque of 
Major Bowes' original amateur hour, 
by Ruth W. Reeves, Minneapolis, 
Minn. [1937] 18 p. 12mo. © Jan. 
2, 1937 ; 2 c. Jan. 6 ; D 46886 ; North- 
western press, Minneapolis. 14 

Amateur robbers ; by Louisa E. Holland. 
[1936] 2 p. 1.. 3-9 p. 24mo. © Oct. 11, 



1936 ; 



c. Jan. 4, 1937; D 46874 



Louisa Emma Holland, Chicago. 15 

American mass ; a folk choral drama 
in 3 movements, by H. Igo. The third 
of a transitional trilogy, entitled, 
American mass. Text. © 1 c. Jan. 4, 
1937; D 46868; Harold Igo, Yellow 
Springs, O. 16 

American plan ; a 3-act American do- 
mestic drama, by Burch Baker [i. e. 
F. G. B. Baker] © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1937 ; 
D 47045 ; Frank Glenn Burch Baker, 
Pasadena. 17 

American (The) vigilante; episode no 

I, by Alfred A. Burrell. © 1 c. Dec. 

II, 1936; D 46958; United author's 
co-operative, Quincy, Mass. 18 

Amon Gray ; a comedy in 4 acts, by C. A. 
Wood. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1937 ; D 47039 ; 
Cornelius Ayer Wood, Andover, Mass. 

19 

And behold there came a leper ; a 1-act 
play, by M. H. Tibbitts. © 1 c. Jan. 
26, 1937 ; D 47349 ; Mary H. Tibbitts, 
Medina, O. 20 

And time is fleeting ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by John Triggs. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1937 ; 
D 47128 ; John Winding Triggs, New 
York. 21 



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Angel unawares ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Felicia Metcalfe. Des Moines., la. 
[1936] 96 p. 12mo. © Sept. 1, 1936 ; 
2 c. Jan. 4, 1937 ; D 46976 ; Ivan Bloom 
Hardin co., Des Moines. 22 

Ann Worth-housewife; by Thomas 
Dougall. nos. A-149, A-150. © 1 c. 
each Dec. 30, 1936; D 46844, 46845; 
King-Trendle broadcasting corp., De- 
troit. 23, 24 

nos. A-151, A-152. © 1 c. 



each Jan. 6, 1937; D 46993, 46994; 
King-Trendle broadcasting corp, De- 
troit. 25, 26 

nos. A-153, A-154. © 1 c. 



each Jan. 15, 1937; D 47118, 47119; 
King-Trendle broadcasting corp., De- 
troit. 27, 28 

nos. A-155, A-156. © 1 c. 



each Jan. 21, 1937; D 47250, 47251; 
King-Trendle broadcasting corp., De- 
troit. 29, 30 

nos. A-157, A-158. © 1 c. 



each Jan. 28, 1937; D 47374, 47375; 
King-Trendle broadcasting corp., De- 
troit. 31, 32 

Anna Kronthaler ; drama in 3 akten, 
von Fred A. Angermayer. © 1 c. 
Dec. 21, 1936 ; D 46702 ; Vertriebsstelle 
und verlag deutscher biihnenschrift- 
steller und biihnenkomponisten, g. m. 
b. h., Berlin. 33 

Annemarie gewinnt das freie ! lustspiel 
in 3 akten, von Heinrich Lilienfein. 
© 1 c. Dec. 21, 1936; D 46703; 
Vertriebsstelle und verlag deutscher 
biihnenschriftsteller und buhnen- 
komponisten, g. m. b. h., Berlin. 34 

Antony and Cleopatra ; a play in 1 act, 
by Anne Susan Flint. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1937; D 47138; Anne Susan Weed 
Flint, Albany. 35 

Apogee ; a play in 3 acts, by M. I. Fan- 
sin. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1937 ; D 47333 ; 
Margarite I. Fansin, St. Louis. 36 

Are you listening? a romantic farce in 
1 act, by Ronald Else. Franklin, O., 
Denver, Colo., 1936. 18 p. 12mo. 
( [Eldridge popular one-act plays] ) 
© Aug. 24, 1936; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1937; 
D 47073 ; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O. 37 

At the sign of the Golden Eagle ; [no. 1] 
a radio series, by William Sylvester 
Thorpe and Stephen Norbert Linek. 
© 1 c. Dec. 10, 1936 ; D 47058 ; William 
S. Thorpe, Lakewood, O., and Stephen 
N. Linek, Cleveland. 38 



Auf der grtinen wiese ; operette in 3 
akten, von dr. V. Tolarski [pseud, of 
Tolus, Spilar, Mirovsky and Rohan] 
deutsche bearbeitung von dr. Beda 
[pseud, of Fritz Lohner-Beda] und 
Hugo Wiener, musik von Jara Benes. 
Vollstandiges regiebuch eingerichtet 
nach der Wiener urauffiihrung von 
Kurt Hessky. Wien, 1936. 1 p. 1., viii 
p., 1 1., 3-135 p. 12mo. Text. ©Nov. 
7, 1936 ; 1 c. Dec. 1 ; D 46978 ; Wiener 
operettenverlag, g. m. b. h., Vienna. 

39 

revue- operette in 3 akten, von dr. 

V. Tolarsky [pseud, of Tolus, Spilar, 
Mirovsky and Rohan] deutsche bear- 
beitung von Beda [pseud, of Fritz 
Lohner-Beda] und Hugo Wiener, 
musik von Jara Benes. [Wien, 1936] 
89 p. fol. Klavierauszug mit text. 
© Nov. 7, 1936 ; 1 c. Dec. 1 ; D 39210 ; 
Wiener operettenverlag, g. m. b. h., 
Vienna. 40 

Axe (The) murder; a 1-act play, by 
M. Denison. © 1 c. Dec. 10, 1936; 
D 46348 ; Merrill Denison, New York. 

41 

Back stage with Betty Brown ; episode 
no. 3, by B. Brown. © 1 c. Dec 18, 
1936; D 47160; Betty Brown, Wil- 
mette, 111. 42 

Bad company ; an original drama in 
3 acts, by L. R. Dean, ©i 1 c. Jan. 
23, 1937; D 47276; Larry R. Dean, 
Port Washington, L. I., N. Y. 43 

Bagrad Georgewitsch Grusinoff der 
rebell ; em schauspiel von Otto 
Krauss. © 1 c. Dec. 28, 1936; D 
46707 ; Biihnenvertrieb Gustav Griin- 
dig, Berlin. 44 

Bank night ; a play in 1 act, by Jean 
Moffatt. © 1 c. Jan. 13, 1937; D 
47106; Jean Moffatt Scheier, Madi- 
son, O. 45 

Barmy ; a comedy in 3 acts, by K. W. 
Robinson and J. Mendelsohn, jr. ©' 
1 c. Jan. 6, 1937 ; D 47341 ; Kenneth 
Walter Robinson and Joseph Mendel- 
sohn, jr., New York. 46 

Barnyard light ; or, Hidden in the light, 
a satirical mystery-farce with a 
musical background, in 2 acts, by 
O. Bonderinko. Text. © 1 c. Jan. 
19, 1937 ; D 47220 ; Olya Bonderinko, 
Westport, Conn. 47 

Bartered (The) bride; a comic opera 
in 3 acts, music by Friedrich Sme- 
tana, this free version, based upon 
the German text, by Graham Jones 



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[pseud, of Madeline Marshall] New 
York, N. Y., 1936. 20 p. 4to. 
Libretto. © Dec. 22, 1936 ; 2 c. Dec. 
23; D 47271; Fred. Rullman, inc., 
New York. 48 

Baxter comes to life; a 1-act play, by 
E. A. Sandler. ©I 1 c. Jan. 8, 1937 ; 
D 47055 ; Edward A. Sandler, Kansas 
City, Mo. 49 

Behold a man ! an American play in 
3 acts, by Maurice Cherney. © 1 c. 
Jan. 14, 1937; D 47132; Beatrice L. 
Cherney, Brooklyn. 50 

Benedict Arnold (Vendidit hie auro 
patriam) ; a drama in 4 acts, by F. J. 
Witousek. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1937; D 
47307; Fred J. Witousek, Cedar 
Rapids, la. 51 

Benedictine (The) divorce case. See 
Lo & Behold, attorneys-at-law. 

Best (The) plays of Racine; translated 
into English rhyming verse with in- 
troductions and notes, by Lacy 
Lockert. Princeton, 1986. xii, 412 
p. 8vo. Dramatic contents. — An- 
dromaque. — Britannicus* — Phedre. — 
Athalie. © Dec. 15, 1936; 2 c. and 
aff. Dec. 23; A 102051; Princeton 
university press, Princeton, N. J. 

51* 

Best years ; a play in 3 acts, by Ray- 
mond Van Sickle, Director's manu- 
script edited with additions consist- 
ing of minor changes of dialogue 
and original suggestions for staging, 
by Nathaniel Edward Reeid. © 1 c. 
Dec. 5, 1936; D 46832; Longmans, 
Green and co., New York. 52 

[Previously copyrighted as 



an unpublished play under the title, 
Home girl] New York, N. Y., Chi- 
cago, 111. [etc.] [1936] 3 p. 1., 3-108 
p. 12mo. ([Longmans' play se- 
ries] ) © Nov. 12, 1936; 2 c. Dec. 5; 
D 46877 ; Longmans, Green & co., 
New York. 53 

Between heaven and hell ; a play in 3 
acts, by Maurice Cherney. © 1 c. 
Jan. 14, 1937; D 47134; Beatrice L. 
Cherney, Brooklyn. 54 

Between two fires ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Vinicio Da Veiga [i. e. J. A. Vinicio 
Da Veiga] © 1 c. Nov. 19, 1936; 
D 47169 : Jose Alfredo Vinicio Da 
Veiga, Trieste, Italy. 55 

Beware, me proud beauty. See Drunk- 
ard's (The) child. 



Beyond these doors ; a play in 3 acts, 
by J. Bentham. © 1 c. Dec. 23, 1936 ; 
D 47147 ; Josephine Bentham, New 
York. 56 

Bicycle (The) marathon. See Popeye 
the sailor. 

Big cross. See Gran (La) cruz. 

Big (The) front; by Clark Willard, a 
comedy in 3 acts. Franklin, O., Den- 
ver, Colo., 1936. 100 p. illus., diagr. 
12mo. ([Eldridge royalty plays]) 
© July 22, 1936 ; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1937 ; 
D 47070; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O. 57 

Big Sister ; nos. 1-52, by Lillian Lauf- 
erty. © 1 c. each Dec. 31, 1936; D 
46719-46770; Lever bros. co., Cam- 
bridge, Mass. 58-109 

Bill meets Judy. See First nighter. 

Birds (The) are wiser; a play in 3 
acts, by G. J. Alderman. © 1 c. Dec. 
16, 1936 ; D 47109 ; Gordon Jay Alder- 
man, Syracuse. 110 

Birds (The) stop singing; a play in 3 
acts, by Rose Graham [pseud, of L. C. 
Cowen] © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1937; D 
47323 ; Lenore Coffee Cowen, Holly- 
wood, Calif. Ill 

Bit o' heather. See First nighter. 

Black damp ; a melodrama in 3 acts, 
by E. Garrette and H. Waters. © 
1 c. Dec. 4, 1936 ; D 46872 ; Eve Gar- 
rette, Hazelton, Pa., and Hadley 
Waters, New York. 112 

Black (The) gold pioneers; a dramatic 
script, by C. G. Bathe. Act. 1. © 1 c. 
Oct. 26, 1936 ; D 47014 ; Charles Gor- 
don Bathe, Tulsa, Okl. 113 

Bleak December — in the life of Edgar 
Allan Poe ; a biographical drama in 
3 acts, by Graydon E. Spalding. © 
1 c. Jan. 18, 1937 ; D 47168 ; Graydon 
Edward Spalding, Pasadena. 114 

Blessed damozel (Rossetti) ; a play in 
3 acts, by P. Burack. © 1 c. Jan. 
21, 1937; D 47229; Philip Burack, 
Brooklyn. 115 

Blue ( A ) ribbon for love ; a 1-act play 
from a Country home magazine story, 
by E. C. Robb, dramatized by Lockie 
Ingle. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1937 ; D 47087 ; 
Esther Chapman Robb, Minneapolis. 

116 

Bogus money. See Grand hotel. 



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Bread upon the waters ; a drama in 1 
act, by George E. Callahan. Des 
Moines. la. [1936] 24 p. 12mo. 
© Sept. 1, 1936; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1937; 
D 46974 ; Ivan Bloom Hardin co., Des 
Moines. 117 

Breezy money ; a farce in 3 acts, by 
Eugene Todd [pseud, of Jean Lee 
Latham] 106 p. diagrs. 12mo. © 
Oct. 19, 1936 ; 2 c. Oct. 28 ; D 46684 ; 
Dramatic pub. co., Chicago. 118 

Bridle (The) See Briglia (La) 

Bright gems for His crown ; a Chil- 
dren's day pageant-service for the 
Sunday school, the pageant by Fran- 
ces V. Hubbard, the music by pop- 
ular composers. Chicago, 111. [1937] 
16 p. Svo. © Jan. 15, 1937; 2 c. 
Jan. 21; D 39214; Geo. F. Rosche 
& co., Chicago. 119 

Briglia (La) (The bridle) ; commedia 
in 3 atti, di D. Tumiati. © 1 c. Jan. 
14, 1937; D 47179; Domenico Tumi- 
ati, Bordighera, Italy. 120 

Bringing up Grandfather ; a play in 3 
scenes, by Inez M. Carter. Minne- 
apolis, Minn. [1937] 24 p. 12mo. 
© Jan. 2, 1937 ; 2 c. Jan. 6 ; D 46887 ; 
Northwestern press, Minneapolis. 

121 

Broadway malady ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by S. Greenhill. © 1 c. Jan. 4, 1937 ; 
D 46843 ; Sara Greenhill, New York. 

122 

Broken (The) shaft; a play about 
Benedict Arnold, in a prologue, 2 acts 
and an epilogue, by Peggy Phillips. 
© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1937; D 47036; Peggy 
Theresa Phillips, New York. 123 

Burnt (A) child ; a 1-act play, by M. R. 
Bottoms. © 1 c. Jan. 13, 1937; D 
47149; Mollie Ruth Bottoms, Ed- 
mond, Okl. 124 

Business — merely business ; a comedy 
in 3 acts, by Mabel Conklin Allyn. 
Franklin, O.. Denver, Colo., 1936. 66 
p. diagr. 12 mo. ( [Eldridge plays 
for girls and women]) © Aug. 2S, 
1936; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1937; D 47075; 
Eldridge entertainment house, inc., 
Franklin, O. 125 

Busman's honeymoon ; a detective 
comedy in 3 acts, by D. L. Savers 
and M. St. Clare Byrne. © 1 c. Jan. 
13, 1937 ; D 47108 ; Dorothy L. Sayers 
and Muriel St. Clare Byrne, London. 

126 

Button, button. See Death Valley clays. 



By invitation only ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Peter Cobb and Gertrude Lerner. © 
1 c. Jan. 9, 1937; D 47038; Saul 
Steinberg and Gertrude L. Kerman, 
New York. 127 

Cabins; a drama in 2 acts, by A. D. 
Kaner. © 1 c. Jan. 13, 1937; D 
47175 ; Abraham D. Kaner, St. Louis. 

128 

Calamity Olive and Wild Bill Popeye. 
See Popeye the sailor. 

California's hour; by Lord & Thomas 
radio department. Nov. 23, 1936. © 
1 c. Nov. 30, 1936; D 46957; Lord & 
Thomas, Los Angeles. 129 

Dec. 21, 28, 1936. © 1 c. each. 



Jan. 4, 1937; D 46822, 46823; Lord 
& Thomas, Los Angeles. 130, 131 

Jan. 3, 1937. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 



1937 ; D 47035 ; Lord & Thomas, Los 
Angeles. 132 

Jan. 10, 1937. © 1 c. Jan. 



15, 1937; D 47111; Lord & Thomas, 
Los Angeles. 133 

Jan. 17, 1937. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 



1937 ; D 47273 ; Lord & Thomas, Los 
Angeles. 134 

Calm yourself ; a nonsensical farce in 3 
acts, bv James F. Stone. Franklin, 
O., Denver, Colo., 1936. 70 p. illus., 
diagr. 12mo. ( [Eldridge hi-test non- 
royalty plays]) © June 30, 1936; 
2 c. Jan. 11, 1937 ; D 47074 ; Eldridge 
entertainment house, inc., Franklin, 
O. 135 

Capital (The) crime; a play in 3 acts, 
by L. M. Lion and B. Mitchell. © 
1 c. Jan. 21, 1937 ; D 47238 ; Leon M. 
Lion and Basil Mitchell, London. 

136 

Caponsacchi ; drama in 3 acts, prologue 
and epilogue, based upon Robert 
BrowiDing's poem, The ring and the 
book, by Arthur Goodrich, from the 
play, Caponsacchi, by Arthur Good- 
rich and Rose A. Palmer, music by 
Richard Hageman. New Y^ork, N. Y., 
Fred. Rullman, inc. [1936] 40 p. 
8vo. Text. © Dec. 28, 1936 ; 2 c. Dec. 
31; D 46798; Society of European 
stage authors & composers, inc., New 
York. 137 

Cardinal John Henry Newman; by 
Faith Ellen Smith. © 1 c. Jan. 16, 
1937 : D 4715S ; Donald Peterson, New 
York. 138 



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Case (The) against Faust; by W. H. 
Thomas and Raymond E. Hyre. © 

1 c. Jan. 28, 1937 ; D 47376 ; William 
H. Thomas, Cleveland. 139 

Cavalcade of Texas ; by Jan Isbell For- 
tune and Clinton Bolton. © 1 c. 
Dec. 8, 1936; D 47225; Texas cen- 
tennial central exposition, Dallas. 
[Copyright is claimed on new matter] 

140 

Cavalcade (The) of the kitchen; Jan. 
18, 1937, by Jean V. Grombach, Crosby 
Gaige, and Leonard Holton. © 1 c. 
Jan. 21, 1937; D 47237; Grombach 
productions, inc., New York. 141 

Cave-in ; by J. McMahill, jr. © 1 c. 
Dec. 28, 1936; D 46771; John Mc- 
Mahill, jr., Chicago. 142 

Celesta Teresa. See Verdi's letzte liebe. 

Child (The) and the canvas; a comedy 
in a prologue and 3 acts, by Vinicio 
Da Veiga [i. e. J. A. Vinicio Da Veiga] 
© 1 c. Nov. 19, 1936; D 47170; Jose 
Alfredo Vinicio Da Veiga, Trieste, 
Italy. 143 

Children's faces looking up. See Death 
Valley days. 

Chip of the block. See Cigaretta's 
beau. 

Christmas plays for boys and girls ; a 
collection of six plays for the Christ- 
mas season, by Grace Sorenson. Min- 
neapolis, Minn. [1937] 96 p. 12mo. 
Contents . — Christmas across the 
drive. — The big surprise. — The Christ- 
m a s guest . — Polly's presents. — A 
Christmas eve adventure. — The 
lighted tree. © Jan. 2, 1937; 2 c. 
Jan. 6 ; D 46898 ; Northwestern press, 
Minneapolis. 144 

Christmas script. See Popeye the 
sailor. 

Christmas spirits, 1936; It can happen 
here, a comedy, maybe, in 1 spasm, 
book of the show and general direc- 
tion by John R. Heath, lyrics by 
Richard Bentley, John D. Black, John 
R. Heath [and others] [1936] 37 p. 
8vo. Caption-title. Text. © Dec. 
21, 1936 ; 2 c. Jan. 18, 1937 ; D 47204 ; 
Chicago bar assn., Chicago. 145 

Cigaretta's beau; or [A chip of the 
block] comedy drama [in] 2 acts 
[by Louisa E. Holland] [1936] 19 p. 
24mo. Caption-title. © Dec. 2, 1936 ; 

2 c. Jan. 5. 1937 ; D 46880 ; Louisa E. 
Holland, Chicago. 146 



Cindered (The) path ; a play in 3 acts, 
by E. E. Ducro. Rev. version. © 
1 c. Jan. 21, 1937 ; D 47242 ; Edna E. 
Ducro, Ashtabula, O. 147 

Cinderella's grandchild ; a play in 1 act, 
by Hugh Ross Williamson. London, 
H. F. W. Deane & sons, The Year 
book press, ltd. ; Boston, The Baker 
international play bureau [1936] 
19 p. 12mo. (The Year book press 
series of plays) © Dec. 11, 1936; 
1 c. Jan. 15, 1937; D 47314; Hugh 
Ross Williamson, London. 148 

Clarke's complete minstrel show ; v. 3, 
compiled and edited by Clarke Van 
Ness. [Music by various composers] 
New York, N. Y., 1936. 36 p. diagrs. 
fol. © Oct. 19, 1936; 2 c. Jan. 26, 
1937 ; D 39217 ; Rialto music pub. co., 
New York. 149 

Close to the line; or, Act of God, a 
3-act play, by Conly Keeney [pseud, 
of L. Keeney] © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1937 ; 
D 47104 ; Louella Keeney, Azusa, 
Calif. 150 

Closing the sale ; by Jain Handy picture 
service, inc. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1937; 
D 47201 ; Frigidaire division, Gen- 
eral motors sales Corp., Dayton, O. 

151 

Clouds and sunshine; a play in 4 acts, 
by J. W. Black, from a story of the 
same name, by Charles Reade. Con- 
tains music. © 1 c. Jan. 4, 1937; 
D 47046; John William Black, Rich- 
mond Hill, N. Y. 152 

Clown (The) prince; a royal farce in 3 
acts, by Austin Goetz. Minneapolis, 
Minn. [1937] 101, [3] p. diagr. 
12mo. © Jan. 2, 1937; 2 c. Jan. 6; 
D 46892 ; Northwestern press, Minne- 
apolis. 153 

Conclusive evidence ; a farce in 1 act, 
by James Walter Blakley. Franklin, 
O., Denver, Colo., 1936. 50 p. 12mo. 
( [Eldridge popular one-act plays] ) 
© Aug. 26, 1936 ; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1937 ; 
D 47084; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O. 154 

Confessions (The) ; a play in 4 acts, 
by William Bradford [pseud, of H. N. 
Morse] © 1 c. Dec. 23. 1936: D 
46791 ; Howard Newcomb Morse, Oak 
Park, 111. 155 

Conflict (The) of the elements; a dra- 
matico-musical composition, text and 
music, bv H. S. De Moss. © 1 c. 
Jan. 21, 1937; D 39216; Henry S. 
.De Moss and Lizzie De Moss Davis, 
Eugene, Or. 156 



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Court (A) trial of Beverage Alcohol. 
The tragic case of safety versus dis- 
aster ; by H. H. Russell. © 1 c. Dec. 
28, 1936; D 46835; Howard Hyde 
Russell, Westerville, O. 157 

Coverall cap — the dawn of the perfect 
day ; by Jam Handy picture service, 
inc. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1937 ; D 47197 ; 
Arden farms, inc., Los Angeles. 158 

Cowboys' (The) Christmas ball; re- 
enactment of Larry Chittenden's his- 
torical ballad in Anson City, by 
Leonora Barrett. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1937 ; 
D 47319; Leonora Barrett, Anson, 
Tex. 159 

Crab apple ; a farce in 3 acts, by Theo- 
dore Packard. New York, N. Y., Los 
Angeles, Calif., London [etc.] [1937] 
131 p. front., diagr. 12mo. ( [French's 
standard library edition] ) © Jan. 13, 
1937 ; 2 c. Jan. 18 ; D 47172 ; Samuel 
French, New York. 160 

Crack (The) in the door; a mystery 
play in 1 act, by Florence Bruce 
[pseud, of F. Van Waldheim] © 1 c. 
Dec. 22, 1936 ; D 47223. ; Florence Van 
Waldheim, New York. 161 

Crime (The) in the clubhouse; a play 
in 1 act, by Hal D. Stewart. New 
York, N. Y. [etc.] Samuel French ; 
London, Samuel French, ltd., 1936. 
25 p. diagr. 12mo. American edition. 
© June 19, 1936 ; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1937 ; 
D 47385; Hal D. Stewart, Glasgow. 

162 

Cruise (The) of the Bounding Billow 
Dialogue for) ; an operetta in 2 acts, 
for a chorus of mixed voices, with 
piano, or piano and orchestra, by N. 
Quimby. Text. © 1 c. Jan. 4, 1937, 
D 46918; Nellie Quimby, Burnham, 
Pa. 163 

Crybaby ; a comedy in 3 acts, by I. 
Getschal and S. Roman. Rev. ver- 
sion of No fault of her own. © 1 c. 
Jan. 22, 1937; D 47289; Irvin Get- 
schal and Seymour Roman, Brooklyn. 

164 

Csardas ; operette in 3 akten, von Ladis- 
laus v. Szilagyi [i. e. Laszlo Szilagyi] 
musik von Dionys v. Buday. Wien 
[etc., etc.] 1936. 57 p. fol. Vocal 
score. © Sept. 21, 1936 ; 1 c. Oct. 3 ; 
D 39203; Julius Frank Bard, Buda- 
pest, Hungary. 165 

Culture by the pound. See While the 
city sleeps. 

Cupboard (The) was bare; a farcial 
comedy in 3 acts, by Wall Spence. 



Minneapolis, Minn. [1937] 100, [4] 
p. diagr. 12mo. © Jan. 2, 1937 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 6 ; D 46891 ; Northwestern press, 
Minneapolis. 166 

Dark emperor ; a musical comedy in 3 
acts, book by R. Rideout, music by 
P. M. Foote. © 1 c. Dec. 28, 1936; 
D 39218; Ransom Rideout, Los An- 
geles, and Philip M. Foote, San Fran- 
ciso. 167 

David Adams ; by Courtenay Savage, 
continuities nos. 18, 19, 21-40. © lc. 
each Dec. 9, 1936 ; D 47389 ; Procter & 
Gamble co., Cincinnati. 168 

continuities nos. 41-62. © 1 

c. each Jan. 7, 1937 ; D 46933 ; Procter 
& Gamble co., Cincinnati. 169 

Dawn melody. See General Wonder- 
lands, inc. 

Day forever ; a play in 3 acts, by C. H. 
Meigs. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1937 ; D 46925 ; 
Charles Hardy Meigs, Flushing, L. I., 
N. Y. 170 

Death gives food ; by L. Stark. © 1 c. 
Jan. 19', 1937 ; D 47184 ; Louis Stark, 
Yonkers, N. Y. 171 

Death rides horseback ; by Harris Theo- 
dore Fant. [1936] 53 p. 8 vo. 
Cover-title. © Dec. 8, 1936 ; 2 c. Dec. 
8; D 46971; Harris Theodore Fant, 
Anderson, S. C. 172 

Death to the Cenci ; by W. Michael. 
© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1937 ; D 47227 ; Walter 
Michael, Detroit. 173 

Death Valley days ; a series of radio 
sketches, by McCann-Erickson, inc. 
Dec. 25, 1936. Children's faces look- 
ing up. © 1 c. Dec. 31, 1936; D 
46920; Pacific coast borax co., New 
York. 174 

Jan. 1, 1937. Eyeless in 



Goldfleld. © 1 c. Dec. 31, 1936; 
D 46921 ; Pacific coast borax co.. 
New York. 175 

Jan. 8, 15, 1937. Patchy, nos. 



[1], 2. © 1 c. each Jan. 14, 1937; 
D 47113, 47114; Pacific coast borax 
co., New York. 176, 177 

Jan. 22, 1937. Kangaroo 



court. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 1937 ; D 47304 
Pacific coast borax co., New York. 

178 
Jan. 29, 1937. Button, but- 



ton. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 1937; D 47305 
Pacific coast borax co., New York. 

179 
Decently indecent ; an original comedy- 
drama in 3 acts, by W. Lawrence. 



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no. 1, 1937 



213 



© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1937 ; D 47162 ; Wayne 
Lawrence, Chicago. 180 

Dein treuer vater ; lustspiel in 3 atken, 
von Keune-Kaufmann, pseud. ^ © 1 c. 
Dec. 21, 1936; D 46699; Vertriebs- 
stelle und verlag dentscher biihnen- 
schriftsteller und biihnenkomponis- 
ten, g. m. b. h., Berlin. 181 

Desperate (The) remedy. See Grand 
hotel. 

Do you remember . . . ? ; a play in 3 acts, 
by John Carlton [pseud, of J. W. S. 
Clare] and E. A. B. Savile. © 1 c. 
Nov. 12. 1936; D 46952; James Wil- 
liam Sabben Clare and Edith Amelia 
Babette Savile, London. 182 

Dr. Allan Dafoe; by Frazier Hunt. 
Nov. 30, Dec. 2, 4, 1936. © 1 c. each 
Dec. 11, 1936 ; D 46860^46862; Lehn & 
Fink products corp., New York. 

183-185 

Dec. 7, 9, 11, 1936. © 1 c. 

each Dec. 15, 1936; D 46864-46866; 
Lehn & Fink products corp., New 
York. 186-188 

Dec. 14, 16, 18, 21, 23, 25, 1936. 

© 1 c. each Dec. 31, 1936; D 
46837-46842; Lehn & Fink products 
corp., New York. 189-194 

Dec. 28, 30, 1933, Jan. 1, 1937. 



© 1 c. each Jan. 7, 1937; D 47001- 
47003 ; Lehn & Fink products corp., 
New York. 195-197 



Jan. 4, 6, 



11, 13, 15, 



1937. © 1 c. each Jan. 21, 1937; D 
47258-47263; Lehn & Fink products 
corp., New York. 198-203 

Doctor courageous. See Grand hotel. 

Doctor Johnson's Mrs. Thrale ; a play 
in 3 acts, by W. Carter. © 1 c. Jan. 
26. 1937; D 47308; Winifred Carter, 
Hampton W r ick, Kingston-on-Thames, 
England. 204 

Dr. Kertesz Lili hazassaga ; jatek 3 
felvonasban, by Fath Imre [i. e. Imre 
Fath] © 1 c. Dec. 31, 1936 ; D 46800 ; 
Alexander Marton, Budapest, Hun- 
gary. 205 

Doctor Scholefield; an incident of the 
hungry forties; by Mary D. Stocks. 
[Manchester] Sherratt & Hughes 
[1936] 77 [1] p. 12mo. © Sept. 12, 
1936; 1 c. July 13; D 47332: Mary 
Danvers Stocks, Manchester, Eng- 
land. 206 

Don't count ten. See First nighter. 

Don't look now; a dramatic composi- 
tion in 2 acts, book and lyrics, by 



Walter Kerr and Charles Nelson. 
The ninth annual Northwestern uni- 
versity Waa-mu show. Text. © 1 c. 
Nov. 21, 1936; D 46953; Northwest- 
ern university Waa-mu show board 
of governors, Evanston, 111. 207 

Dramatic scenes from Athens to Broad- 
way ; by James B. Lowther. New 
York, 1937. xiv, 314 p. 8vo. © 
Jan. 6, 1937; 2 c and aff. Jan 15; 
A 101856 ; Longmans, Green and CO., 
New York. 207* 

Dramen der f ruhromantik ; herausge- 
geben von universitatsprofessor dr. 
Paul Kluckhohn. Leipzig, Verlag von 
Philipp Reclam jun., 1936. 324 p. 
1 1. plate. 8vo. ([Deutsche litera- 
tur, reihe Romantik, bd. 8] ) Dra- 
matic contents.— Ludwig Tieck : Rit- 
ter blaubart. — Leben und tod der 
heiligen Genoveva. — Friedrich Sehle- 
gel: Alarcos. © July 30. 1936; 1 c. 
Dec. 15; A— Foreign 33897; Philipp 
Reclam, jun., Leipzig. 207** 

Dreamer (The) ; a 1-act sketch, by C. 
S. Mosconi. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1937; 
D 47123; Charles S. Mosconi, New 
York. 208 

Dress rehearsal ; a short 1-act comedy, 
by E. W. Earl, jr. and S. A. Raube. 
© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1937 ; D 47164 ; Elmer 
W. Earl, jr. and S. Avery Raube, 
Maplewood, N. J. 209 

Drop (A) in Christmas; a Christmas 
play in 2 acts, by Dorothy Lehman 
Sumerau. Franklin, O., Denver, 
Colo., 1936. 21 p. 12mo. ([Eldridge 
Christmas entertainments] ) © Aug. 
17, 1936 ; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1937 ; D 47064 ; 
Eldridge entertainment house, inc., 
Franklin, O. 210 

Drunkard's (The) child; or, Beware, 
me proud beauty, a play in 5 parts, 
by Gene and George Cross. © 1 c. 
Dec. 14, 1936 ; D 47017 ; Emma Cross, 
Pasadena. 211 

Ear (An) for music; a drama in 1 act, 
by George Bartlett. Rock Island, 111. 
[1937] 5 p. 1,. 13 numb. 1. diagr. 
8vo. © Jan. 4, 1937; 2 c. Jan. 11; 
D 47049; Frederick B. Ingram pub- 
lications, Rock Island, 111. 212 

Easter (The) cross; an Easter cantata- 
pageant for choir and Sunday-school, 
text by Edith Sanford Tillotson, 
music by E. S. Lorenz. Dayton, O., 
New York [etc.] [1937] 31 p. 
illus. 4to. © Jan. 2, 1937 ; 2 c. Jan. 
11; D 39212; Lorenz pub. CO., Day- 
ton, O. 213 



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Echo lake; a fantasy by Frances Ann 
Johnson. [1936] 11 p. 4to. Cover- 
title. Contains music. © Oct. 8, 
1936; 1 c. Sept. 16 ; 1 c. Dec. 7; D 
47205 : Frances Ann Johnson, Little- 
ton, N. H. 214 

Echoes of New York town ; by Mc- 
Cann-Erickson, inc. episode no. 16. 
(©1:6. Jan. 6, 1937; D 46914; Mc- 
Cann-Erickson, inc., New York. 

215 

■ episode no. 17. © 1 c. Jan. 



14, 1937; D 47112; McCann-Erick- 
son, inc., New York. 216 

episode no. 18. © 1 c. Jan. 



21, 1937 ; D 47272 ; McCann-Erickson, 
inc., New York. 217 

episode no. 19. © 1 c. Jan. 



26, 1937 ; D 47303 ; Mc-Cann-Erickson, 
inc., New York. 218 

Education (Une) ; comedie en 3 actes 
[par] Louis Ferrier. Gap, Ophrys 
[1936] 156 p. 2 1. 12mo. © Oct. 
15, 1936 ; 1 c. Dec. 17 ; D 46695 ; Louis 
Ferrier, Montdidier, Somme, France. 

219 

Education (The) of a playboy; a 
comedy in 3 acts, by John Elovsky. 
Boston [1937] 2 p. 1., vii, 9-64 p. 
8yo. © Jan. 20, 1937; 2 c. Jan. 25; 
D 47331; Christopher pub. house, 
Boston. 220 

Ehen im himmel ; lustspiel in 4 bildern, 
von Alexander Engel. [1936] vari- 
ous pagings. 4to. © May 9, 1936; 

1 c. Sept. 28 ; D 46687 ; Theaterverlag 
Eirich, g. m. b. h., Vienna. 221 

Elizabeth of England; [by] Natalie 
Hays Hammond. New York, Kamin, 
publishers, 1936. 4 p. 1., 122 p. 
front, (port.) 8vo. © Nov. 24, 1936; 

2 c. Dec. 4 ; D 47392 ; Natalie Hays 
Hammond, New York. 222 

Elmer cleans up ; a comedy in 1 act, by 
Paul S. McCoy. Franklin, O., Den- 
ver, Colo., 1936. 23 p. 12mo. ( [Eld- 
ridge royalty plays] ) © May 18, 
1936; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1937; D 47065; 
Eldridge entertainment house, inc., 
Franklin, O. 223 

Elopement (The) ; a farce comedy in 

3 acts, by John Edwin Wakefield. 
Boston, Mass., Los Angeles, Cal. 
[1937] 3 p. 1., 5-158 p. diagr. 12mo. 
([Baker's royalty plays]) © Jan. 
21, 1937; 2 c. Jan. 25; D 47288; 
Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 224 



Enchanted (The) tree; a Christmas 
fantasy in 3 acts, by Elizabeth Jor- 
dan. Franklin, O., Denver, Colo., 
1936. 12 p. 12 mo. ([Eldridge 
Christmas entertainments] ) © July 
14, 1936 ; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1937 ; D 47068 ; 
Eldridge entertainment house, inc., 
Franklin, O. 225 

Encore. See Grand hotel. 

Endless (The) chain; by Jam Handy 
picture service, inc. © 1 c. Nov. 
16, 1936; D 46970; Frigidaire corp., 
Dayton, O. 226 

Enoch Arden (Der movenschrei) ; oper 
in 4 bildern nach Tennyson von K. 
M. von Levetzow, musik von Ottmar 
Gerster. Klavierauszug mit text von 
Theo Molich. Mainz [1936] 3 p. 1., 
x, 208 p. fol. © Nov. 4, 1936 ; 1 c. 
Dec. 28 ; D 39209 ; B. Schott's sohne, 
Mainz, Germany. 227 

Etage (L') des exaltes; comedie en 3 
actes, par Douglas d'Estrac [pseud, 
of M. Lebegue] © 1 c. Dec. 23, 1936 ; 
D 46712 ; Marguerite Lebegue, Paris. 

228 

Every little movement ; a melodramatic 
comedy in 3 acts, by Maurice Cher- 
ney. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1937 ; D 47133 ; 
Beatrice L. Cherney, Brooklyn. 229 

Ev'rything happens to me; a dra- 
matico-musical composition in 3 acts, 
story, plot, words and music, by 
Benny Samberg [i. e. B. Samberg] 
© 1 C. Dec. 29, 1936 ; D 39207 ; Ben- 
jamin Samberg, Brooklyn. 230 

Ex-follies girl; a play in 3 acts, by 
H. R. Segal. © 1 c. Jan. 15, 1937; 
D 47131; Hvman R. Segal, New 
York. 231 

Eyeless in Goldfield. See Death Val- 
ley days. 

Faces in print ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
J. M. Strauss and G. Graham. © 
1 c. Jan. 8, 1937; D 47032; Garrett 
Graham, Los Angeles. 232 

Family portrait; a play in 2 acts, by 
Lenore and William Joyce Cowen. 
© 1 c. Jan. 23, 1937; D 47324; 
Lenore and William J. Cowen, Holly- 
wood, Calif. 233 

Famous jury trials: by Sheldon H. 
Stark. Jan. 18, 1937. The people 
versus Alice Fields. © 1 c. Jan. 
25, 1937; D 47300; H. M. Kiesewet- 
ter advertising agency, inc., New 
York. 234 



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259 



Jan. 25, 1937. The people 

versus Louis Morton. © 1 c. Jan. 
25, 1937 ; D 47301 ; H. M. Kiesewetter 
advertising agency, inc., New York. 

235 

Fanal (Le) ; piece en 1 act [par] 
Gabriel Marcel. Paris, 1936. 2 p. 1., 
[7J-62 p. 12mo. © Nov. 12. 1936 ; 
1 c. Dec. 23; D 46797; Librairie 
Stock, Delamain et Boutelleau, Paris. 

236 

Farewell, Villon ; a play in 1 act and a 
prologue, by R. Raynolds. © 1 c. 
Jan. 4, 1937; D 46983; Robert Ray- 
nolds, Newtown, Conn. 237 

Farm of three echoes. See Three 
plays. 

Fate and destiny of soul-mates. See 
On the road to Damascus. 

Feel (The) of velvet; a play in 3 acts, 
by M. de Cantillon [i. e. M. de C. 
Stillman] © 1 c. Jan. 21, 1937; D 
47241; Marie de C. Stillman, Day- 
tona, Beach, Fla. 238 

Felteteles megallohely ; vigjatek 3 fel- 
vonasban, irta Zagon Istvan [i. e. 
Istvan Zagon] © 1 c. Dec. 31, 1936 ; 
D 46799; Alexander Marton, Buda- 
pest, Hungary. 239 

Fifteen minutes early ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by V. Duffey and Irene Alex- 
ander. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1937; D 
47171; Vincent Duffey, San Fran- 
cisco. 240' 

Finis la guerre ; a 1-act play, by Fran- 
ces R. Phillips. © 1 c. Jan. 15, 1937 ; 
D 47136; Frances Robinson Phillips, 
Temple, Tex. 241 

First class matter; a comedy in 1 act, 
by Rachel Field. New York, N. Y., 
Los Angeles, Calif., London [etc.] 
1936. 35 p. diagr. 12mo. © Dec. 
29, 1936 ; 2 c. Dec. 31 ; D 46881 ; Sam- 
uel French, New York. 242 

First ( The ) gentleman ; a play in 4 
acts, by N. Ginsbury. © 1 c. Jan. 

15, 1937 ; D 47177 ; Norman Ginsbury, 
London. 243 

First nighter ; a radio broadcast. Oct. 

16, 1936. He knew about dames, by 
Carolyn Clarke. © 1 c. Dec. 12, 
1936; D 46904; Campana sales co., 
Batavia, 111. 244 

Oct. 23, 1936. Preliminary 



girl, by Gunard Hjertsteclt. © 1 c. 
Dec. 12, 1936; D 46905; Campana 
sales co., Batavia, 111. 245 



Oct. 30, 1936. Bill meets 

Judy, by Richard Shelley. © 1 c. 
Dec. 12, 1936; D 46906; Campana 
sales co., Batavia, 111. 246 

Nov. 20, 1936. Love is blind, 



deaf and dumb, by Carolyn Clarke. 
© 1 c. Dec. 12, 1936 ; D 46812 ; Cam- 
pana sales co., Batavia, 111. 247 

Dec. 4, 1936. Singapore lady, 



by Mona Thomas. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 
1937; D 47255; Campana sales co., 
Batavia, 111. 248 

Dec. 11, 1936, Bit o' heather, 



by Roger Wheeler. © 1 c. Dec. 30, 
1936; D 46802; Campana sales co., 
Batavia, 111. 249 

Dec. 18, 1936. Don't count 



ten, by Robert Sturgis. © 1 c. Jan. 
4, 1937; D 46910; Campana sales co., 
Batavia, 111. 250 

Dec. 25, 1936. Star of peace, 



by Gunard Hjertstedt. © 1 c. Jan. 
7, 1937 ; D 47019 ; Campana sales co., 
Batavia, 111. 251 

Jan. 1, 1937. That gives me 

an idea, by Anthony Wayne. © 1 c. 
Jan. 18, 1937; D 47185; Campana 
sales co., Batavia, 111. 252 

Jan. 8, 1937. A swell night 



for a murder, by Carolyn Clarke. © 
1 c. Jan. 18, 1937; D 47193; Cam- 
pana sales co., Batavia, 111. 253 

First (The) offender; scripts nos. 14, 
16, by Simon M. Hugo. Script no. 
14, © 1 c. Jan. 6, 1937; Script no. 16, 
© 1 c. Jan. 21; D 47279, 47280; J. 
Edward Slavin, New Haven. 

254, 255 

Five star Jones ; continuities nos. 110 1 - 
134, by Virginia Dale. © 1 c. each ; 
Jan. 7, 1937; D 46936; Procter & 
Gamble co., Cincinnati. 256 

Flight ( The ) of the gull ; a comedy in 
3 acts, by Thomas V. Liske. Chicago 
[1936] 75 p. diagrs. 12mo. © Oct. 
24, 1936; 2 c. Oct. 28; D 46681; 
Dramatic pub. co., Chicago. 257 

Florida unlimited ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by H. Horowitz. © 1 c. Dec. 16, 
1936; D 47224; Harold Horowitz. 
Brooklyn. 258 

Flower (The) market; an Easter play 
in 1 act, by M. B. Whyte. © 1 c. 
Jan. 27, 1937; D 47350; Miriam B. 
Whyte, Trenton, N. J. 259 



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Flying honeymoon ; by Helen Harrison, 
an original romantic comedy-drama 
with music for the screen. [1936] 
cover-title, [14] p. 8 vo. Text. © 
Dec. 8, 1936; 2 c. and aff. Dec. 11; 
AA 220782; Helen Harrison, New 
York. 260 

Food for thought; a comedy in 1 act, 
by Maud Cassidy and Peter Coke. 
London, H. F. W. Deane & sons, The 
Y'ear book press, ltd. ; Boston, Mass., 
The Baker international play bureau 
[1937] 24 p. 12mo. (The Year book 
press series of plays) © Jan. 6, 
1937; 1 c. Jan. 15; D 47312; Maud 
Cassidy and Peter Coke, London. 

261 

For ever. See Three plays. 

Forgotten lanes ; a 3-act play, by W. H. 
Gaughan, adapted from a chapter on 
Barbary coast, taken from a book 
titled, Official observations, by the 
same author. © 1 c. Jan. 13, 1937; 
D 47101; William H. Gaughan, San 
Bernardino, Calif. 262 

Fork (The) in the road; a play in 3 
acts, by D. E. Danielson. © 1 c. 
Jan. 11, 1937; D 47343; Donald El- 
dred Danielson, La Porte, Ind. 263 

Four white socks ; a comedy in 1 act, 
by F. Austin Hyde. London, H. F. 
W. Deane & sons, The Year book 
press, ltd. ; Boston, Mass., The Baker 
international play bureau [1936] 17, 
[2] p., 12 mo. ( [Village drama so- 
ciety plays]) © Dec. 24, 1936; 1 c. 
Jan. 15, 1937; D 47313; F. Austin 
Hyde, Pickering Yorkshire, England. 

264 

Fragen sie frau Elfriede ! schwa nk 
in 3 akten, von Leo Lenz und Ralph 
Arthur Roberts. © 1 c. Dec. 21, 
1936; D 46704; Vertriebsstelle und 
verlag deutscher biihnenschriftsteller 
und biihnenkomponisten, g. m. b. h., 
Berlin. 265 

Freddy ; a comedy in 1 act, by Lindsey 
Barbee. Minneapolis, Minn. [1937] 
28 p. 12mo. © Jan. 2, 1937; 2 c. 
Jan. 6 ; D 46885 ; Northwestern press, 
Minneapolis. 266 

French (The) crisis. See Marie An- 
toinette. 

Freshest (The) thing in town; episode 
no. 1, by John L. Sinn. © 1 c. Nov. 
30, 1936; D 47387; Frederic W. Ziv, 
inc., Cincinnati. 267 

Friederike ; an operetta with music, in 
3 acts, by Franz Lehar, American 



adaptation and lyrics by Edward 
Eliscu. © 1 c. Dec. 29, 1936; D 
39198 ; Continental music pub. co., 
inc., New York. 268 

Friendly relations. See Three plays. 

Frische (Die) brise ; ein spiel in 3 
akten, von Willy Gesch-Koglin. © 
1 c. Dec. 21, 1936; D 46705; Vertri- 
ebsstelle und verlag deutscher biih- 
nenschriftsteller und biihnenkomponi- 
sten, g. m. b. h., Berlin. 269 

Funny farces for women; a collection 
of ten snappy acts for all-women 
casts, by Richard Drummond. Min- 
neapolis, Minn. [1937] 93 p. 12mo. 
Contents. — Wholesale jealousy. — Re- 
quired : One man. — A box of 
trouble. — That beautiful woman. — 
She's from Hollywood. — Cleopatra, 
the Second. — Just who is crazy? — 
Musical dreams. — Valley View min- 
strelettes. — Anything to get votes. 
© Jan. 2, 1937 ; 2 c. Jan. 6 ; D 46890 ; 
Northwestern press, Minneapolis. 

270 

Further adventures of the amateur 
cracksman; a mystery drama in 4 
acts, adapted by J. Menchen, from 
the stories by E. W. Hornung. © 
1 c. Nov. 11, 1936 ; D 46816 ; Joseph 
Menchen, Los Angeles. 271 

Gal (The) from Minneapolis; a farce 
in 3 acts, by Nat Foster Holmes. 
Franklin, O., Denver, Colo., 1936. 85 
p. illus., diagr. 12mo. ( [Eldridge 
hi-test non-rovalty plays] ) © Aug. 
22, 1936 ; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1937 ; D 47067 ; 
Eldridge entertainment house, inc., 
Franklin, O. 272 

Gallopade island ; episode 1, a radio 
drama, bv Eloise Comer. © 1 c. 
Nov. 11, 1936; D 46863; Russell C. 
Comer advertising co., Kansas City, 
Mo. 273 

Gang busters; a radio broadcast pro- 
gram, by Benton & Bowles, inc. 
Dec. 23, 1936. © 1 c. Dec. 30, 1936 ; 
D 46804 ; Benton & Bowles, inc., New 
York. 274 

Dec. 30, 1936. © 1 c. Jan. 

9, 1937 ; D 47043 ; Benton & Bowles, 
inc., New York. 275 

Jan. 6, 1937. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 

1937; D 47054; Benton & Bowles, 
inc., New York. 276 

Jan. 13, 1937. © 1 c. Jan. 



19, 1937 ; D 47214 ; Benton & Bowles, 
inc., New York. 277 



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Jan. 20, 1937. © 1 c. Jan. 

23, 1937 ; D 47274 ; Benton & Bowles, 
inc., New York. 278 

Gefangnis ohne gitter ; stiick in 8' 
bildern (nach einer idee von Hilde 
Kovaloff) von Gina Kaus. © 1 c. 
Dec. 23, 1936 ; D 46715 ; George Mar- 
ton, Vienna. 279 

Gene Walters. See Routine. 

General Wonderlands, inc. ; a musical 
play in 2 acts, book and lyrics, by C. 
Vredenburgh, music by John de 
Beuris. Rewritten and revised ver- 
sion of, Dawn melody, by the same 
author. Text. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1937 ; 
D 47344; Clarence Vredenburgh, As- 
toria, L. I., N. Y. [Copyright is 
claimed on rewritten cast, dialogue, 
business, scenes, etc. and revisions, 
additions to lyrics of, Dawn melody] 

280 

George Sand ; a play in 3 acts, by B. W. 
Souby. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 1937; D 
47297; Bertha W. Souby, Omaha. 

281 

Georgia moon. See Grand hotel. 

Gesu Bambino; a play in 2 acts, by 
Andrew Zafis. © 1 c. Oct. 28, 1936 ; 
D 47016; Lancelot court, Order of 
Sir Galahad, Council of Milwaukee, 
Milwaukee. 282 

Getting her; a comedy in 1 act for 
ten women (founded on fact) by 
Nella Nagra. London, 1937. 24 p. 
diagr. 12mo. (Acting edition, no. 
203) © Jan. 6, 1937; 1 c. Jan. 9; 
D 47047 ; Joseph Williams, ltd., Lon- 
don. 283 

Getting the right start ; by Jam Handy 
picture service, inc. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 
1937 ; D 47203 ; General motors sales 
corp., Detroit. 284 

Ghost (The) of Yankee Doodle; a 
play in 2 acts, by S. Howard. © 1 c. 
Dec. 15, 1936 ; D 46959 ; Sidney How- 
ard, New York. 285 

Ghost (The) ship; a novel mystery 
comedy in 3 acts, by Dorothee Bates. 
Minneapolis, Minn. [1937] 86 p. 
diagr. 12mo. © Jan. 2, 1937; 2 c. 
Jan. 6 ; D 46895 ; Northwestern press, 
Minneapolis. 286 

Girl against the sea ; story and screen 
play, by G. Graham and Jerome M. 
Strauss. © 1 c. Dec. 29, 1936; D 
47388; Garrett Graham, Hollvwood, 
Calif. 287 



Girl (The) from Childs ; a farce in 3 
acts, by Archie Colby and A. G. Jack- 
son. Director's manuscript edited 
with additions consisting of minor 
changes of dialogue and original sug- 
gestions for staging, by Nathaniel 
Edward Reeid. © 1 c. Dec. 31, 
1936; D 46834; Longmans, Green & 
co.. New York. 288 



New York, N. Y., Chicago, 

111. [etc.] [1936] 3 p. 1., 3-108 p. 
12mo. ( [Longman's play series] ) 
© Nov. 12, 1936; 2 c. Dec. 5; D 
46876; Longmans, Green & co., New 
York. 289 

Girl in question ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Wilfred Massey. [London] Play 
rights & publications, ltd. [1936] 
78 p. 8 vo. (The Amateur theatre 
series of plays) © Dec. 30, 1936; 
1 c. Jan. 4, 1937; D 46927; Wilfred 
Massey, London. 290 

Gitana (La) ; a spectacle drama in 5 
scenes, by Geza A. Sil-Vara, based 
on the famous novel of Prosper 
Merimee, but adapted 1913 by Sil- 
Vara. © 1 c. June 3, 1936 ; D 43180 ; 
Theaterverlag Eirich, g. m. b. h., 
Vienna. 291 

Glass billboards; by Jam Handy pic- 
ture service, inc. © 1 c. Nov. 16, 
1936; D 46965; Owens-Illinois glass 
co., Toledo. 292 

Glocken tiber dem osten ; komodie mit 
vorspiel und 3 akten, von August 
Scholtis. Berlin, 1936. 3 p. 1., [5]- 
72 p. 12mo. © Apr. 1, 1936; 1 c. 
May 25; D 47086; Arcadia verlag, 
g. m. b. h., Berlin. 293 

Glorious (The) hobo; a play in a pro- 
logue and 2 acts, by G. Lipkind. © 
1 c. Jan. 4, 1937 ; D 46923 ; Goodman 
Lipkind, New York. 294 

Glory (The) of youth; a comedy in 3 
acts, by D. Hobart. © 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1937; D 47291; Doty Hobart, New 
York. 295 

Gluck kommt uber nacht ! komodie in 
3 akten, von Max Monato. © 1 c. 
Dec. 21 1936 ; D 46698 ; Vertriebsstelle 
und verlag deutscher buhnenschrift- 
steller und biihnenkomponisten, g. m. 
b. h., Berlin. 296 

Gluckliche jugend ; lustspiel in 3 akten, 
von Friedrich Lichtneker und Dora 
Maria Brandt. [Wien, 1936] vari- 
ous pagings. 4to. © Aug. 7, 1936; 
1 c. Sept. 28'; D 46688; Theaterver- 
lag Eirich, g. m. b. h., Vienna. 297 



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Gods (The) will cheat; a dramatiza- 
tion in 3 acts, by H. Albright, based 
on the book, I knew 3000 lunatics, 
by Victor R. Small. © 1 c. Dec. 30, 
1936 ; D 47218 ; Hardie Albright, New 
York, and Victor Small, Clinton, 
N. C. 298 

Good neighbor ; or, Advice exchange, 
program no. 1, by H. A. Lenetska. 
© 1 c. Dec. 5, 1936; D 46951; 
Heloise A. Lenetska, New York. 

299' 

Governor of the Bluegrass ; a play in 
3 acts, by G. Sykes. © 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1937; D 47239; Gerald Svkes, New 
York. 300 

Gran (La) cruz (The big cross) ; 
screen script by G. M. Dada. © 1 c. 
Jan. 14, 1937; D 47107; George M. 
Dada, New York. 301 

Grand hotel; Nov. 8, 1936. In the 
jury's hands, a radio broadcast, by 
Addison Simmons. © 1 c. Dec. 3, 
1936; D 46808; Campana sales co., 
Batavia, 111. 302 

Nov. 15, 1936. Georgia moon, a 

radio broadcast, bv Agnes Ridgway. 
© 1 c. Dec. 3, 1936; D 46809; Cam- 
pana sales co., Batavia, 111. 303 

Nov. 22, 1936. Encore, a radio 

broadcast, by Brice Disque, jr. © 
1 c. Dec. 3, 1936; D 46810; Campana 
sales co., Batavia, 111. 304 

Nov. 29', 1936. Marriage for three, 

a radio broadcast, by Margaret 
Freshley. © 1 c. Dec. 3, 1936; D 
46811 ; Campana sales co., Batavia, 
111. 305 

Dec. 20, 1936. The one girl, a 

radio broadcast, by Anthony Wayne. 
© 1 c. Dec. 30, 1936; D 46803; Cam- 
pana sales co., Batavia, 111. 306 

Dec. 27, 1936. The desperate rem- 
edy, a radio broadcast, by Addison 
Simmons. © 1 c. Jan. 4, 1937; D 
46911 ; Campana sales co., Batavia, 
111. 307 

Jan. 3, 1937. Bogus money, a 

radio broadcast, by Violet Valentine. 
© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1937; D 47050; Cam- 
pana sales co., Batavia, 111. 308 

Jan. 10, 1937. Runaway, a radio 

broadcast, by Addison Simmons. © 
1 c. Jan. 18, 1937 ; D 47186 ; Campana 
sales co., Batavia, 111. 309 

Jan. 17, 1937. Seven hours, a radio 

broadcast, by Anthony Wayne. © 
1 c. Jan. 22, 1937 ; D 47264 ; Campana 
sales co., Batavia, 111. 310 



Jan. 24, 1937. Doctor courageous, 

a radio broadcast, by H. Donald 
Spatz. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 1937; D 
47377 ; Campana sales co., Batavia, 
111. 311 

Green (The) Hornet; by Francis 
Striker, nos. A-91, A-92. © 1 c. 
each Dec. 30', 1936; D 46846, 46847; 
King-Trendle broadcasting Corp., De- 
troit. 312, 313 

nos. A-93, A-94. © 1 c. each 

Jan. 6, 1937; D 46991, 46992; King- 
Trendle broadcasting corp., Detroit. 

314, 315 

nos. A-95, A-96. © 1 c. each 

Jan. 15, 1937 ; D 47116, 47117 ; King- 
Trendle broadcasting corp., Detroit. 

316, 317 

nos. A-97, A-98. © 1 c. each 

Jan. 21, 1937 ; D 47248, 47249 ; King- 
Trendle broadcasting corp., Detroit. 

318, 319 

nos. A-99, A-100 1 . © 1 c. each 

Jan. 28, 1937; D 47372, 47373; King- 
Trendle broadcasting corp., Detroit. 

320, 321 

Grosse (Die) siinderin ; grosse operette 
in 3 akten, text von Katharina Stoll 
und Herman Roemmer, musik von 
Eduard Kiinneke. Text. © 1 c. May 
25, 1936 ; D 47095 ; Crescendo theater- 
verlag, g. m. b. h., Berlin. 322 

Grosse (Die) und die kleine liebe ; 
operette in einem vorspiel und 3 
akten, von R, Perak und M. Heye, 
gesangstexte von Rudolf Presber, 
musik von Victor Corzilius. Text. 
© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1937 ; D 47381 ; Ver- 
triebsstelle und verlag deutscher 
buhnenschriftsteller u n d buhnen- 
komponisten, g. m. b. h., Berlin. 323 

Guy ( A ) named Gus ; a comedy in 2 
acts, by Allen Marple. © 1 c. Jan. 
18, 1937; D 47166; Allen Clark 
Marple, New York. 324 

Gypsy (The) in you; a farcical comedy 
in a prologue and 3 acts, by Joseph 
Hunter [pseud, of H. Williams and 
J. Mitchell] © 1 c. Jan. 4, 1937; D 
47321 ; Hunter Williams and Joseph 
Mitchell, New York. 325 

Ha-ha-Hadassah ; a Purim operetta in 
8 scenes, by Mabel H. Meyer. [1937 I 
1 p. 1., 17 numb. 1. 4to. Text. © 
Jan. 12, 1937 ; 2 c. Jan. 15 ; D 47148 ; 
Mabel H. Meyer, New York. 326 

Halloween fun book ; recitations, dia- 
logues, plays, exercises, drills, dances, 
songs, games, parties, by Helen Car- 



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son Shoemake, Ada Clark, Julia M. 
Martin, Mildred Hastings and others. 
Chicago [1936] 160 p. 12mo. © 
Oct. 15, 1936; 2 c. Dec. 12; aff. Dec. 
16; AA 221870; Beckley-Cardy co., 
Chicago. 326* 

Hansel and Gretel. See Mermaid 
(The) and other mimes. 

Happy medium ; a farce in 3 acts, hy 
Wright Houghland [i. e. C. W. 
Houghland] © 1 c. Jan. 15, 1937; 
D 47137; Clair Wright Houghland. 
Richmond. 327 

Happy New Year. See While the city 
sleeps. 

Haunted (The) chair; a mystery farce 
in 3 acts, by James P. Stone. Minne- 
apolis, Minn. [1937] 103 p. diagr. 
12mo. © Jan. 2, 1937; 2 c. Jan. 6; 
D 46902 ; Northwestern press, Minne- 
apolis. 328 

Having wonderful time; a play in 3 
acts, by A. Kober. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 
1937; D 47015; Arthur Kober, New 
York. 329 

He knew about dames. See First 
nighter. 

Hearts and flowers ; an old-time melo- 
drama in 1 act, by Henry Rowland 
[pseud, of Charles George] Boston, 
Mass., Los Angeles, Cal. [1937] 
27 p. diagr. 12mo. ( [Baker's plays 
for amateurs] ) © Jan. 2, 1937 ; 2 c. 
Jan 25; D 47285; Walter H. Baker 
co., Boston. 330 

Heaven and earth ; a play in 3 acts, by 
W. D. Egolf. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1937; 
D 47110; Willard D. Egolf, Tulsa, 
Okl. 331 

Heaven on earth; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by S. Venetoff and A. Coch. © 1 c. 
Dec. 29, 1936 ; D 46776 ; Sonia Venet- 
off, Indianapolis, and Angel Coch, 
New York. 332 

Hectic renaissance ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by R. N. W. Svoboda. © 1 c. Jan. 
9, 1937; D 47057; Ramon Norman 
Walla Svoboda, London. 333 

Heinrich VI ; deutsche tragodie [von] 
Curt Langenbeck. Miinchen, 1936. 
110, [1] p. 12mo. © Sept. 10, 1936; 
1 c. Jan. 7, 1937; D 47085; Albert 
Langen-Georg Mtiller verlag, g. m. 
b. h., Munich. 334 

Hell-fire ; a play, by O. K. Robinson. © 
1 c. Jan. 23, 1937 ; D 47295 ; Olga K. 
Robinson, Menlo Park, Calif. 335 



Henry VIII and Jane Seymour ; 3 radio 
scenes, by Hjalmar Meidell, trans- 
lated by A. R. Sawyer. © i c. Jan. 
4, 1937; D 46917; Astrid Rosing 
Sawyer, Chicago. 336 

Here, there, and everywhere ; by Jam 
Handy picture service, inc. © 1 c. 
Nov. 16, 1936; D 46967; Internatl. 
nickel co., inc., New York. 337 

Heir (Der) aus Venedig; komodie in 
5 akten, von Heinrich B. Kranz. 
[1936] 2 p. 1., 3-92 numb. 1. 4to. 
© May 15, 1936; 1 c. Sept. 28; D 
46691 ; Theaterverlag Eirich, g. m. 
b. h., Vienna. 338 

Hidden in the light. See Barnyard 
light. 

Hilltop House ; episodes nos. 5, 10, by 
Addy Richton and Marilyn Stone. © 
1 c. each Nov. 16, 1936; D 47180', 
47181 ; Wolf associates, inc., New 
York. 339, 340 

His women folks ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Priscilla Wayne [pseud, of Besse Tou- 
louse Sprague] and Wayne Sprague. 
Chicago [1936] 76 p. diagrs. 12mo. 
©Oct. 24, 1936 ; 2 c. Oct. 28 ; D 46682 ; 
Dramatic pub. co., Chicago. 341 

Hollisters (The) ; by L. D. Hollister ; 
episodes 101-110. © 1 c. each Jan. 
18, 1937 ; D 47182 ; Len D. Hollister, 
New York. 342 



episodes 111-115. © 1 c. each 

Jan. 25, 1937 ; D 47298 ; Len D. Hollis- 
ter, New York. 343 

Hollywood (The) extra program; epi- 
sode 1, a radio series, by R. Lewis and 
S. Shayon. © 1 c. Dec. 11, 1936; D 
47056; Robert Lewis and Samuel 
Shayon, New York. 344 

Home girl. See Best years. 

Homecoming ; a play in 3 acts, by D. C. 
De Jong and B. D. Gilden. © 1 c. 
Nov. 24, 1986 ; D 46870 ; David Cornel 
De Jong and Bert David Gilden, New 
York. 345 

Honest working girl ; no. 2, a radio 
script, by Thomas H. McKnight and 
Robert Ross. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1937; 
D 47053 ; McKnight and Jordan, inc., 
New York. 346 

Honesty is the best policy ; a play in 1 
act, by Mrs. Bernard P. Nash. Des 
Moines, la. [1936] 16 p. 12mo. © 
Sept. 1, 1936; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1937; D 
46972; Ivan Bloom Hardin co., Des 
Moines. 347 



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Horse (A) on you; a satire in 1 act, by 
F. E. Drake, jr. § 1 c. Dec. 14, 1936 ; 
D 46930 ; Francis Edward Drake, jr., 
Minneapolis. 348 

Horse opera ; a comedy in 3 acts, a pro- 
logue and an epilogue, by C. Seiler. 
© 1 c. Jan. 4, 1937 ; D 46955 ; Conrad 
Seiler, Hollywood, Calif. 349 

Houseboat Hannah ; continuities nos. 51 
E. T.-75 E. T., by Irving Vendig. © 
1 c. each Jan. 7, 1937 ; D 46932 ; Proc- 
ter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 350 

How ! How ! a satire with music, in 2 
acts, book by A. B. Rothenberg, W. 
Likoff and J. E. Rothenberg, music by 

1. Abraham, lyrics by A. B. Rothen- 
berg and I. Araham. Text. © 1 c. 
Dec. 4, 1936 ; D 46954 ; Alan B. Roth- 
enberg, Joel E. Rothenberg, Brooklyn, 
William Likoff and Irvin Abraham, 
Philadelphia. 351 

I knew 3000 lunatics. See Gods (The) 
will cheat. 

I know her ; a play in 3 acts, by H. W. 
Felton. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 1937 ; D 47330 ; 
Harold W. Felton, Woodside, L. I., 
N. Y. 352 

I stand alone ! a drama in 3 acts, by A. 
Romano. © 1 c. Dec. 4, 1936; D 
46907; Armando Romano, Brooklyn. 

353 

Impromptu skits ; a collection of re- 
hearsal-less skits for high schools, by 
Richard Drummon. Minneapolis, 
Minn. [1937] 92 p. 12mo. © Jan. 

2, 1937 ; 2 c. Jan. 6 ; D 46894 ; North- 
western press, Minneapolis. 354 

In May with June ; a farce in 1 act, by 
Eugene G. Hafer. Franklin, O., Den- 
ver, Colo., 1936. 31 p. 12mo. ( [Eld- 
ridge popular one-act plays] ) © 
Aug. 24, 1936; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1937; D 
47083 ; Eldridge entertainment house, 
inc., Franklin, O. 355 

In quest of spring ; a children's play, by 
Olive Enoch, with music by Gwyneth 
M. Lewis. Vocal score & libretto 
complete. London, New York city 
[etc., etc.] [1936] 1 p. 1., 29 p. diagr. 
4to. © Nov. 13, 1936; 1 c. Nov. 18; 
D 39208 ; Boosey & co., ltd., London. 

356 

In spite of hell ; a drama in 3 acts, by 
H. G. Hicks. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1937; 
D 47173 ; Helen Gertrude Hicks, New 
York. 357 

In the dark; or, When the lights went 
out, a mystery drama in 3 acts, by 



Fred. Guerrlich. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 1937 ; 
D 47329 ; Frederick Charles Guerrlich, 
Guilford, Conn. 358 

In the jury's hands. See Grand hotel. 

In the spotlight; a 1-act play, by V. 
Annegers. © 1 c. Jan. 21, 1937; D 
47230 ; Vida Annegers, Burlington, la. 

359 

Indian summer ; a play in 1 act, by T. 
Huston, jr. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 1937; D 
47256; Theodore Huston, jr., Jenkin- 
town, Pa. 360 

a play in 3 acts, by J. K. Munro 

and T. Breiseth. © 1 c. Dec. 31, 1936 ; 
D 47345; John Kirby Munro and 
Tillman Breiseth, New York. 361 

Inertia ; by Jam Handy picture service, 
inc. © 1 c. Nov. 16, 1936; D 46964; 
Automobile manufacturers assn., De- 
troit. 362 

Intimate enemies ; a domestic drama in 
3 acts, by Tom Taggart. Franklin, 
O., Denver, Colo., 1936. 97 p. illus., 
diagr. 12mo. ( [Eldridge royalty 
plays] ) © Aug. 5, 1936 ; 2 c. Jan. 11, 
1937; D 47066; Eldridge entertain- 
ment house, inc., Franklin, O. 363 

Introduction a Moliere; abreges avec 
introductions, notes et vocabulaire 
par Eunice R. Goddard et Jeanne 
Rosselet. Boston, New York [etc., 
etc.] D. C. Heath and company 
[1936] v, 199 p. front., illus. 16mo. 
(Heath's modern language series) 
Contains music. Dramatic contents. — ■ 
Le medecin malgre lui. — Le bourgeois 
gentilhomme. © Dec. 16, 1936; 2 c. 
and aff. Dec. 21; A 101408; Eunice 
Rathbone Goddard and Jeanne Rosse- 
let, Baltimore. [Copyright is claimed 
on introductions, notes, and vocabu- 
lary] 363* 

It can happen here. See Christmas 
spirits, 1936. 

It happened to Mary Avery ; a melo- 
drama in 3 acts, by D. S. Weil. © 
1 c. Jan. 6, 1937; D 46998; David 
Skrainka Weil, New York. 364 

It's a wise man. See Meet the husband. 

It's conditions ; a comedy drama in 3 
acts, by G Johnston. © 1 c. Jan. 21, 
]937; D 47236; Grace Johnston, New 
York. 365 

Jack Pearl. See Opening spot. 

Jack's beanstalk in Loreland ; a comedy 
in 3 acts, by Frances Homer. Chi- 
cago, The Dramatic publishing com- 



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pany [1936] 87 p. diagrs. 12mo. © 
Oct. 26, 1936; 2 c. Oct. 28; D 46678; 
Frances Homer, Chicago. 366 

Jerry's woodshed amateur hour ; a play 
in 1 act, by Helen Ramsey and Bertha 
Bays .Conelly. Franklin, O., Den- 
ver, Colo., 1936. 13 p. 12mo. ( [Eld- 
ridge popular plays] ) © July 23, 
1936; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1937; D 47082; 
Eldridge entertainment house, inc., 
Franklin, O. 367 

Jester (The) ; or, Under the magic 
spell; a Russian musical comedy- 
drama in a prologue and 4 acts, book, 
lyrics, music, and orchestrations, by 
Emery G. Epperson. Vocal score and 
dialogue. Salt Lake City, Utah 
[1936] 107, [1] p. 8vo. © Nov. 1, 
1936 ; 2 c. Dec. 3 ; D 39202 ; Emery G. 
Epperson, Salt Lake City. 368 

Jewel in the lotus. (Mani padma) ; 
occult drama of devotional love [in] 
2 acts, by Colonel Dinshah P. Gha- 
diali. 1936. 2 p. 1., 84 p. 12mo. © 
July 22, 1936 ; 2 c. Dec. 31 ; D 47391 ; 
Dinshah P. Ghadiali, Malaga, N. J. 

369 

Jezabel. See Thy name is woman. 

Jimmy and Betty in Santa Land; epi- 
sodes 1-21, by C. M. Davis. © 1 c. 
each Jan. 4, 1937 ; D 46956 ; Charles 
M. Davis, Indianapolis. 370 

Johnny and Reg; episodes 1-14; by 
J. L. Casaly. © 1 c. each Nov. 24, 
1936; D 46830; John Louis Casaly, 
Natick, Mass. 371 

Joseph of Arimathaea ; an Easter pro- 
gram of song and story, story by 
John A. Farnham, lyrics by H. von 
Berge, music by Norman Lighthill 
[pseud, of Ira B. Wilson] Dayton, O., 
New York [etc.] [1937] 16 p. 8vo. 
© Jan. 2, 1937 ; 2 c. Jan. 11 ; D 39211 ; 
Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, O. 372 

Judas. See Twelfth disciple. 

Julie ; a play in 1 act, by J. M. Wilkoff. 
© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1937 ; D 47213 ; John 
Moses Wilkoff, Pittsburgh. 373 

Junior buys a car ; a comedy in 1 act, 
by Pauline Phelps. Minneapolis, 
Minn. [1937] 31 p. 12mo. © Jan. 
2, 1937 ; 2 c. Jan. 6 ; D 46884 ; North- 
western press, Minneapolis. 374 

Junior G men of America ; Nov. 23, 25, 
27, 30, Dec. 2, 4, 7, 9, 11, 14, 16, 18, 
21, 23, 25, 1936, a dramatic composi- 
tion adapted to presentation by radio, 



by Bradford G. Hathaway. © 1 c. 
each Jan. 28, 1937; D 47352-47366; 
Bradford G. Hathaway, inc., New- 
ark, N. J. 375-389 

Kampf (Ein) urns reich. See Karl und 
Widukind. 

Kangaroo court. See Death Valley 
days. 

Kap der guten hoffnung; komodie in 3 
akten, von Ladislaus Bus-Fekete [i. e. 
Laszlo Bus Fekete] © 1 c. Dec. 31, 
1936; D 46801; Georg Marton, Vi- 
enna. 390 

Karl und Widukind (Ein kampf urns 
reich) ; drama in 5 akten, von Johan- 
nes Bertram. © 1 c. Dec. 28, 1936; 
D 46709 ; Biihnenverlag Ahn & Sim- 
rock, g. m. b. h., Berlin. 391 

Kept (The) man; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by H. Owen. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1937; 
D 47127 ; Harrison Owen, London. 

392 

Killers' masquerade ; a drama in 4 acts, 
by C. A. Stowell. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 
1937 ; D 46924 ; Charles Allen Stowell, 
Philadelphia. 393 

King (The) and the chambermaid; a 
short play in 5 scenes, by L. Robbins. 
© 1 c. Dec. 30, 1936; D 46827; Leo 
Robbins, New York. 394 

King (The) of the mountains; a play 
in 5 acts, by E. J. Eustace. © 1 c. 
Jan. 7, 1937; D 47013; Edward J. 
Eustace, New York. 395 

King (The) takes a walk; a modern 
drama in 3 acts, by M. H. Doorly. 
© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1937 ; D 47247 ; Mar- 
garet H. Doorly, Omaha. 396 

Kirby's Meaner; a play in 3 acts, by 
Charles S. Ritchel. © 1 c. Jan. 22. 
1937; D 47244; Charles Samuel 
Ritchel, State College, Pa. 397 

Kiss (A) tells; a musical comedy in 
2 acts, text and music by L. J. Butler. 
© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1937 ; D 39204 ; Lucille 
Johnson Butler, Payson, Utah. 398 

Kitty Keene, inc. ; by Wallace K. Nor- 
man and Day Keene. continuities 
nos. 112 E. T.-134 E. T. © 1 c. each 
Dec. 9, 1936; D 47390; Procter & 
Gamble co., Cincinnati. 399 

continuities nos. 135 E. T.- 

155 E. T. © 1 c. each Jan. 7, 1937 ; 
D 46937 ; Procter & Gamble co., Cin- 
cinnati. 400 



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Kleines bezirksgericht ; heiteres volks- 
stiick in 3 akten, von Otto Bielen. 
Wien, 1935. 2 p. 1., 3-104 p. 12mo. 
© June 21, 1935 ; 1 c. Sept. 28, 1936 ; 
D 46686 ; Tlieaterverlag Eirich, g. m. 
b. h., Vienna. 401 

Komet (Der) ; biirgerlicher zwischen- 
fall in 8 bildern, von Tibor Varadi. 
[1936] 2 p. 1., 107 numb. 1. 4to. © 
July 16, 1936 ; 1 c. Sept. 28 ; D 46692 ; 
Theaterverlag Eiricb, g. m. b. b., 
Vienna. 402 

Kronjuwelen ; em sttick in 2 abteilun- 
gen, von En gen Toreny. © 1 c. Dec. 
23, 1936; D 46716; Octava biihnen- 
und musikverlag, a. g., Ziiricb, Switz- 
erland. 403 

Ladies in waiting; a play in 3 acts, 
by Robert Ewing. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 
1937 ; D 47228 ; Robert Martin Ewing, 
New York. 404 

Lady Cbatterley's lover; a dramatiza- 
tion in 3 acts, by N. Cosentino, of 
D. H. Lawrence's novel of the same 
name. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 1937 ; D 47266 ; 
Nicholas Cosentino, New York. 405 

Land of cotton ; a 3-act play, by Loren 
Disney, jr. © 1 c. Jan. 4, 1937; D 
46912 ; Loren G. Disney, jr., New 
York. 406 

Landslide ; a play in 3 acts, by Ham- 
ilton Wayne [pseud, of S. Cowan] 
and Anthony Elton [pseud, of M. 
Harrison] © 1 c. Dec. 7, 1936; D 
46831; Sada Cowan and Marguerite 
Harrison, Hollywood, Calif. 407 

Last ( The ) Gepuire ; a play in 1 act, 
by Cornelius A. Wood. Boston, 
Mass., Los Angeles, Cal. [1937] 2 p. 
1., [3]-68 p. plate. 12mo. ( [Baker's 
royalty plays]) © Jan. 4, 1937; 
2 c. Jan. 25; D 47286; Walter H. 
Baker co., Boston. 408 

Liebe auf reisen ; operette in 3 akten, 
buch und gesangstexte von Richard 
Frenzel, musik u. instrumentation 
von Hartwig von Platen. Text. © 
1 c. Dec. 21, 1936 ; D 46706 ; Vertriebs- 
stelle und verlag deutscher biihnen- 
schriftsteller und buhnenkomponi- 
sten, g. m. b. h., Berlin. 409 

Life (The) of Mary Sothern ; by Don 
Becker. Scripts nos. 565-572. © 1 c. 
each Jan. 4, 1937; D 46939-46946; 
Crosley radio Corp., Cincinnati. 

410-417 



scripts nos. 574-578. © 1 c. 

each Jan. 12, 1937; D 47151-47155; 
Crosley radio corp., Cincinnati. 

418-422 

Life (The) story of Jean Muir. See 
Roads to stardom (True life stories 
of the stars) 

Line engaged ; a play in 3 acts, by Jack 
De Leon and Jack Celestin. [Lon- 
don] Play rights & publications, ltd., 
1936. 73 p. 8vo. (The Amateur 
theatre series of plays) © Nov. 1, 
1936 ; 1 c. Nov. 20 ; D 46977 ; Jack De 
Leon and Jack Celestin, London. 

423 

Listen for their coming ; a play in 3 
acts, by Edith and Samuel Grafton. 
© 1 c. Jan. 15, 1937 ; D 47135 ; Edith 
Grafton and Samuel Grafton, New 
York. 424 

Little (The) miracle; by Zoe Akins 
[i. e. Zoe Akins Rumbold] New York 
and London, Harper & brothers pub- 
lishers, 1936. 3 p. 1., 42 p., 1 1. front. 
16mo. 1st ed. © Oct. 29, 1936 ; 1 c. 
Oct. 28; 1 c. Jan. 14, 1937; aff. Oct. 
31, 1936; A 99673; Zoe Akins Rum- 
bold, Pasadena. 424* 

Live (A) wire. See While the city 
sleeps. 

Lo & Behold, attorneys-at-law ; The 
Benedictine divorce case, by Del 
Sheridan [pseud, of E. H. Marx] © 
1 c. Dec. 28, 1936; D 46718; Eddy 
Hope Marx, Los Angeles. 425 

Lone (The) Ranger; by Francis 
Striker, nos. A-214— A-216. © 1 c. 
each Dec. 30, 1936; D 46848-46850; 
Lone Ranger, inc., Detroit. 426-428 

nos. A-217— A-219. © 1 c. 

each Jan. 6, 1937; D 46995^6997; 
Lone Ranger, inc., Detroit. 429-431 

nos. A-220— A-222. © 1 c. 

each Jan. 15, 1937; D 47120-47122; 
Lone Ranger, inc., Detroit. 432^-434 

nos. A-223— A-225. © 1 c. 



each Jan. 21, 1937; D 47252-47254; 
Lone Ranger, inc., Detroit. 435-437 

nos. A-226— A-22S. © 1 c. 

each Jan. 28, 1937; D 47369^7371; 
Lone Ranger, inc., Detroit. 438-440 

Looking toward Bethlehem ; a Christ- 
mas play in 1 act, by M. B. Whyte. 
© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1937 ; D 47351 ; Miriam 
B. Whyte, Trenton, N. J. 441 



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459 



Looms of romance ; a play in 3 acts, by 
G. Gibson. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 1937; D 
47326 ; Gerolt Gibson, St. Louis. 442 

Loon (The) ; a radio sequence, by Will 
Beale [i. e. W. C. Beale] © 1 c. Jan. 
4, 1937; D 46821; William C. Beale, 
Eastport, Me. 443 

Loose (A) nut. See While the city 
sleeps. 

Lost (A) princess; a drama in 3 acts, 
by E. Courtright. © 1 c. Jan. 8, 
1937; D 47031; Eugenie Courtright, 
Minnetonka Beach, Minn. 444 

Lost (The) star; a Christinas play in 
1 act, by Walter E. Butts, jr., Frank- 
lin, O., Denver, Colo., 1936. 25 p. 
12mo. ([Eldridge Christinas enter- 
tainments]) © June 29, 1936; 2 c. 
Jan. 11, 1937 ; D 47063 ; Eldridge en- 
tertainment house, inc., Franklin, O. 

445 

Love (The) bandit; a modern comedy 
drama in 3 acts, by O. L. Farnsworth. 
© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1937 ; D 47217 ; Otto L. 
Farnsworth, Burley, Idaho. 446 

Love goes South ; a romantic musical 
comedy in 2 acts, music by Ted Wil- 
liams, book by Carleton S. Hadley, 
lyrics by Williams and Hadley. Vo- 
cal score and complete book of 
dialogue. St. Louis, Mo., 1936. 35 p. 
8vo. Cover-title. Text. © Dec. 28, 
1936; 2 c. Dec. 30; D 46795; Shat- 
tinger piano & music co., St. Louis. 

447 

Love in action ; a play in 3 acts, by I. 
Lewis. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1937; D 
47278; Isabel Lewis, Los Angeles. 

448 

Love is blind, deaf and dumb. See 
First nighter. 

Love on the dole ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Ronald Gow and Walter Greenwood, 
adapted from Walter Greenwood's 
novel of the same name. New York, 
N. Y. [etc.] Samuel French; London, 
Samuel French, ltd., 1936. 117 p. 
plates, diagrs. 12mo. ( [French's 
standard library edition] ) © Oct. 22, 
1936; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1937; D 47384; 
Ronald Gow, Bowden, Cheshire, Eng- 
land, and Walter Greenwood, Wal- 
ton-on-Thames, England. 449 

Love-on-wheels ; a farce-comedy in 2 
acts, by Edward Melcher and R. 
Lawrence. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1937; 
D 47281 ; Edward de S. Melcher and 
Reginald Lawrence, New York. 450 

Lucky Boy. See While the city sleeps. 



Lumieres dans la nuit ; scene radio- 
phonique in 1 acte, par P. P. Four- 
nier. © 1 c. Dec. 23, 1936 ; D 46710 ; 
Pierre Paul Fournier, Paris. 451 

Madam Africa ; or, Transplanted men ; 
a drama in 4 acts, by S. Veuetoff 
and A. Coch. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 1937; 
D 47367; Sonia Venetoff, Indian- 
apolis, and Angel Coch, New York. 

452 

Madame Bovary ; 20 tableaux adaptes 
et mis en scene d'apres Gustave 
Flaubert [par] Gaston Baty. Paris, 
Coutan-Lambert [1936] 2 p. 1., 7-199, 
[1] p., 2 1. ([Masques; bibliotheque 
d'art dramatique] ) © Oct. 10, 1936 ; 
1 c. Dec. 17 ; D 46696 ; Gaston Baty, 
Paris. 453 

Mine. vs. Mrs. See Matrimonial minion. 

Magic money. See While the city 
sleeps. 

Magnificent (The) fool; a play in 3 
acts, by Eleanor Laidley. © 1 c. 
Nov. 30, 1936 ; D 46929 ; Eleanor M. 
Laidley, St. Louis. 454 

Maker of highways ; a play in 1 act, 
by F. Austin Hyde. London, H. F. W. 
Deane & sons, The Year book press, 
ltd. ; Boston, Mass., The Baker inter- 
national play bureau [1937] 16 p. 
12mo. ( [Village drama society 
plays] ) © Jan. 5, 1937 ; 1 c. Jan. 15 ; 
D 47315; F Austin Hyde, Pickering, 
Yorkshire, England. 455 

Man (The) who talked; a drama in 2 
acts, by S. Day and P. F. Arundel. 
© c. 1 Jan. 6, 1937 ; D 47320 ; Shan- 
non Day and Phyllis Frederic 
Arundel, New York. 456 

Mani padma. See Jewel in the lotus. 

March of fun ; no. 1, by J. Lowell. 
© 1 c. Dec. 19, 1936 ; D 47178 ; Juliet 
Lowell, Scarsdale, N. Y. 457 

Marie Antoinette; an historical drama 
in 5 acts, by R, K. Holahan, Rev. 
version of The French crisis. © 1 c. 
Nov. 17, 1936 ; D 46950 ; Richard 
Kenrick Holahan, Los Angeles. 
[Copyright is claimed on revision and 
additions] 458 

Marionette (The) ; a drama in 3 acts, 
by E. Glazer. Rev. version. © 1 c. 
Nov. 23, 1936 ; D 47102 ; Etta Glazer, 
Dorchester, Mass. [Copyright is 
claimed on revisions and changes in 
acts I and III, also on new act II] 

459 



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Market day ; a drama with a touch of 
comedy, by Glenn R. Webster. 
Franklin, O., Denver, Colo., 1936. 37 
p. 12mo. ( [Eldridge royalty plays] ) 
© Aug. 31, 1936 ; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1937 ; 
D 47081 ; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O. 460 

Marriage for three. See Grand hotel. 

Marriage (The) house; a comedy in 6 
scenes, by Ludwig Berger, English 
text by Huntley Holme. © 1 c. June 
22, 1936; D 47097; Arthur Hirsch 
verlag, Berlin. 461 

Martha ; a modified and simplified stage 
version, by W. O. Robinson, of the 
opera by Flotow, to be used in con- 
nection with a concertized version, 
by J. S. Zamecnik. Salt Lake City, 
Utah, The Mutual improvement asso- 
ciation of the church of Jesus Christ 
of Latter-day saints. 1936. 31 p. 
illus. 12 mo. Text. © Oct. 27, 1936 ; 
2 c. Dec. 4; D 47009; William Oliver 
Robinson, Salt Lake City. 462 

Masks and graces ; a modern play in 3 
acts, by E. W. Quaife and M. Maltz. 
© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1937 ; D 47246 ; Max- 
well Maltz and Elise West Quaife, 
New York. 463 

Massimilla Doni; oper in 4 akten (6 
bildern) von Othmar Schoeck, text 
nach H. de Balzacs gleichnamiger 
novelle, von Armin Riieger. Klavier- 
auszug mit gesang. Wien, 1936. 
1 p. L, 231 p. fol. © Oct. 16, 1936 ; 1 c. 
Dec. 1; D S9199 ; Universal edition, 
a. g., Vienna. 464 

Mathias of the hills ; a play by O. K. 
Robinson. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1937; D 
47051 ; Olga K. Robinson, Meno Park, 
Calif. 465 

Matrimonial (The) minion; or, Mme. 
vs. Mrs., a play in 7 scenes, by S. 
Barmak. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 1937; D 
47267; Samuel Barmak, Brighton 
Beach, N. Y. 466 

Matter (A) of life and death; a play 
in a prologue and 2 acts, by A. Mann- 
heimer. © 1 c. Dec. 31, 1936; D 
46825; Albert Mannheimer, New 
York. 467 

Meet the husband ; or, It's a wise man, 
a play in 3 acts, by S. L. Dannett. © 
1 c. Jan. 8, 1937; D 47029; Sylvia L. 
Dannett, New York. 468 

Memories ; by May E. Countryman. 
Des Moines, la. [1936] 8 p. 12 mo. 



© Sept. 1, 1936 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1937 ; D 
46973 ; Ivan Bloom Hardin co., Des 
Moines. 469 

Memories of mothers; text and music 
by Ethel G. Koellisch. © 1 c. Dec. 
3, 1936 ; D 39205 ; Ethel Grace Koel- 
lisch, Cleveland. 470 

Mermaid (The) and other mimes; by 
Lilian I. Sayce. Containing: The 
mermaid. — Young Herchard. — Hansel 
and Gretel. London, New York [etc., 
etc.] [1936] 37 p. diagr. 8 vo. 
([French's acting edition, no. 17]) 
Contains music. © Dec. 21, 1936; 
1 c. Jan. 15, 1937 ; D 47282 ; Samuel 
French, ltd., London. 471 

Merriest (The) Christmas book; a 
book of original Christinas entertain- 
ments, by Ada Clark, Julia M. Martin, 
Carolyn Barr, Ella B. Johnson and 
others. Chicago [1936] 160 p. 
12 mo. © Nov. 21, 1936 ; 2 c. Dec. 12 ; 
aff. Dec. 16; AA 221871; Beckley- 
Cardy co., Chicago. 471* 

Message from hell ; or, The soul of man, 
a melodrama of the occult, in 3 acts, 
by Edward H. Loeffler. © 1 c. Dec. 
30, 1936; D 46807; Edward Howard 
Loeffler, New Dorp Beach, Staten 
Island, N. Y. 472 

Milk for Mimi. See While the city 
sleeps. 

Milkman's (A) memory. See While 
the city sleeps. 

Miss Millions ; a farce in 3 acts, by 
Glenn Hughes. Rock Island, 111. 
[1937] 100 p. 12 mo. © Jan. 4, 
1937 ; 2 c. Jan. 11 ; D 47048 ; Frederick 
B. Ingram publications, Rock Island, 
111. 473 

Missing (The) key. See While the city 
sleeps. 

Mr. Harry Thames ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Paul Augsburg. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 1937 ; 
D 47268 ; Paul Deresco Augsburg, 
Oakland, Calif. 474 

Mr. Justice Raffles ; a mystery drama 
in 5 acts, adapted by J. Menchen, 
from the stories by E. W. Hornung. 
© 1 c. Nov. 11, 1936 ; D 46817 ; Joseph 
Menchen, Los Angeles. 475 

Movenschrei (Der) See Enoch Arden. 

Moliere spielt ; ein komodie in 4 akten, 
von Hans Kyser. © 1 c. Dec. 21, 
1936; D 46701; Vertriebsstelle und 
verlag deutscher buhnenschriftsteller 
und buhnenkomponisten, g. m. b. h., 
Berlin. 476 



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no. 1, 1937 



Moon ( The ) is green ; a comedy drama 
in 3. acts, by Leslie Stuart [pseud, of 
B. Mason] © 1 c. Nov. 30, 1936; D 
46869 ; Bonnie Mason, Greggton, Tex. 

477 

Moon over Mulberry street ; a comedy- 
drama in 3 acts, by Nicholas Cosen- 
tino. Chicago, The Dramatic pub- 
lishing company [1936] 109 p., 1 1., 
xxix p. diagrs. 12mo. ([Sergei's 
royalty plays] ) © Oct. 22, 1936 ; 2 c. 
Oct. 28; D 46677; Nicholas Cosen- 
tino, New York. 478 

Mordecai the Jew ; a dramatization in 
4 acts of the Book of Esther, by 
B. S. W. Jones. © 1 c. Dec. 1, 1936; 
D 46818; B. S. W. Jones, Goodlett, 
Tex. 479 

Mortimer Gooch ; episode no. 7, by Fred 
Marcus and John Van Cronkhite. © 
1 c. Dec. 29, 1936 ; D 46772 ; Columbia 
broadcasting system, inc., Chicago. 

480 

episodes nos. 8, 9, by Fred Marcus 

and John Van Cronkhite. episode no. 
8, © 1 c. Jan. 7, 1937 : episode no. 9, 
© 1 c. Jan. 12 ; D 47316, 47317 ; Co- 
lumbia broadcasting systems, inc., 
station WBBM, Chicago. 481, 482 

episode no. 10, bv John Van Cronk- 
hite. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1937 ; D 47165 ; 
Columbia broadcasting system, inc., 
station WBBM, Chicago. 483 

episode no. 11, by John Van Cronk- 
hite. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 1937 ; D 47368 ; 
Columbia broadcasting system, inc., 
station WBBM, Chicago. 484 

Movement (The) ; a tragedy in 11 
scenes, by H. S. H. Rose. © 1 c. 
Dec. 28, 1936 ; D 46777 ; Henry S. H. 
Rose, New York. 485 

Muzzling mother; a 3-act comedy- 
drama, by Priscilla Wayne [pseud, 
of Besse Toulouse Sprague] and 
Wayne Sprague. Franklin, O., Den- 
ver, Colo., 1936. 83 p. illus., diagr. 
12 mo. ( [Eldridge rovaltv plavs] ) 
© July 28, 1936 ; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1937 ; 
D 47076; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O. 486 

My prison rose ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Clarence Le Roy Jones and Cecil 
Ray Jones. © 1 c. Dec. 6, 1936; D 
47336; Paramount producing co., 
Hutchinson, Kan. 487 

Mystery in white ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Cassandra [pseud, of Claire Davis] 
© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1937 ; D 47100 ; James 
M. Pagliaro, New York. 488 



Mystery of Count Hector ; a play in 3 
acts ; by Clarence Click, dramatized 
from Emile Gaboriau's novel, Mys- 
tery of Orcival. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 1937 ; 
D 47328; Clarence Luther Click, 
Pasadena. 489 

Mystery of Orcival. See Mystery of 
Count Hector. 

Nacht (Die) mit dem Kaiser; komodie 
in 4 akten, von Rudolf Presber. © 
1 c. Dec. 28, 1936 ; D 46708 ; Vertriebs- 
stelle und verlag deutscher buhnen- 
schriftsteller und blihnenkomponis- 
ten, g. m. b. h., Berlin. 490 

Napoleon der Erste ; schauspiel in 3 
akten, von F. Bruckner. © 1 c. Jan. 
22, 1937 ; D 47292 ; Ferdinand Bruck- 
ner, New York. 491 

Naughty-naught ; a play in 3 acts, by J. 
Krimsky. © 1 c. Jan. 21, 1937; D 
47240; Jerrold Krimsky, New York. 

492 

Negro spiritual ; a play in 3 acts, by 
E. C. Altomare. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 
1937; D 47187; Edith C. Altomare, 
New York. 493 

Neun offiziere; schauspiel in 3 akten, 
von Georg Fraser. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 
1937; D 47380; Georg Marton, 
Vienna. 494 

New profits beyond the pavements ; by 
Jam Handy picture service, inc. © 1 
c. Jan. 18, 1937; D 47200; Atlas 
supply co., New York. 495 

Night court; a dramatic presentation, 
by L. Lambe. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1937 ; 
D 47221 ; Lee Lambe, Hopkins, Mo. 

496 

Night of January 16th ; a comedy- 
drama in 3 acts, by Ayn Rand, edited 
by Nathaniel Edward Reeid. New 
York, N. Y., Chicago [etc.] [1936] 
3 p. 1., 3-99 p. 12mo. ([Longmans' 
play series] ) © Nov. 12, 1936 ; 2 c. 
Dec. 5 ; D 46875 ; Longmans, Green 
& co., New York. 497 

a play in 3 acts, by Ayn Rand. 

Director's manuscript edited with 
additions consisting of minor changes 
of dialogue and original suggestions 
for staging, by Nathaniel Edward 
Reeid. © 1 c. Dec. 5, 1936 ; D 46833 ; 
Longmans', Green and co., New 
York. 498 

No culture wanted ; a play in 3 acts, 
by Anne Connor [pseud, of F. A. 
Cunneen] © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1937; D 
47103 ; Frances A. Cunneen, Cleve- 
land Heights, O. 499 



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500 



pt. I, n. s., v. 10 



No fault of her own. See Crybaby. 

Noah under the vine; a 3-act comedy, 
by W. W. Whalen and Mary As- 
quith. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1937 ; D 47042 ; 
Will W. Whalen, Orrtanna, Pa. 500 

Noah's ark. See Popeye the sailor. 

Non, Louis XVII n'est pas inort au 
Temple ; son evasion — sa vie — sa inort 
a Delft (Hollande) le 10 aout 1845 
[par] mine Jammet-Charbonnel [i. e. 
L. Jammet-Charbonnel] Paris, 
Editions Eugene Figuiere [1936] 
383 p. inch front. 12mo. © Oct. 
25. 1936; 1 c. Dec. 17; D 46982; 
Leonie Jammet-Charbonnel, Paris. 

501 

Not always cake; a drama in 3 acts, 
by V. V. Pearl. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 
1937; D 47309; Vincent V. Pearl, 
Brooklyn. 502 

Now is the winter; a play in 3 acts, 
by G. K. Bishop. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 
1937; D 47275; George Kirtland 
Bishop, Poland, O. 503 

Official observations. See Forgotten 
lanes. 

Oh, boy, wimmen! a 3-act comedy, by 
T. J. Hand. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1937; 
D 47129; Thomas James Hand. 
Brooklyn. 504 

Omul care a vazut moartea. See 
Tramp (The) 

On the bridge at midnight; an old- 
fashioned mellow drayma in 3 acts, 
by Bruce Brandon [pseud, of Wilbur 
Braun] New York, N. Y., London 
[etc., etc.] [1937] 132 p. diagr. 
12mo. © Jan. 25, 1937 ; 2 c. Jan. 27 ; 
D 47383 ; Samuel French, New York. 

505 

On the pay roll frontier ; by Jam 
Handy picture service, inc. © 1 c. 
Nov. 16, 1936; D 46969; Household 
finance corp., Chicago. 506 

On the road to Damascus ; a play in 
7 acts and a prologue, adapted and 
dramatized by W. E. Thripp, from 
the novel, Fate and destiny of soul- 
mates, by L. Leiffer. © 1 c. Nov. 30, 
1936; D 46960; Louis Leiffer and 
Wesley E. Thripp, Stapleton, N. Y. 

507 

On the verge ; a play in 1 act, by W. 
De Lisle. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1937; D 
47124; William De Lisle, New York. 

508 



On with the show ; a collection of short 
plays for classroom reading, edited 
by Elizabeth Le May, illustrations by 
Eleanor Wright Van Riper. New 
York [1937] vii, 295 p. illus. 8vo. 
Dramatic contents. — Not quite such 
a goose, by Elizabeth Gale. — Theo- 
ries and thumbs, by Rachel Field. — 
Under the skull and bones, by Ron- 
ald Gow. — Kings in Nomania, by 
Percival Wilde. — Men, women, and 
goats, by Charles O'Brien Ken- 
nedy. — The happy man, by Margaret 
Irwin. — Nevertheless, by Stuart 
Walker. — The chimney corner, by 
M. T. Atkinson. — Two blind men and 
a donkey, by Mathurin Dondo. — A 
stitch in time, by Marion Hol- 
brook. — The discovery, by Herman 
Ould. © Jan. 5, 1937 ; 2 c. Jan. 8 ; 
aff. Jan. 9 ; A 102293 ; D. Appleton- 
Century co., inc., New York. 508* 

One (The) girl. See Grand hotel. 

One girl in a million; episodes 11-54, 
by Carl A. Buss. © 1 c each Jan. 
4, 1937; D 46908; Independent gro- 
cers' alliance distributing co., Chi- 
cago. 509 

O'Neills (The) ; episodes nos. 295-310, 
bv Jane West. © 1 c. each Jan. 7, 
1937; D 46935; Procter & Gamble 
co., Cincinnati. 510 

Only a bright gift; a miracle play for 
the Christmas season, in 2 scenes, 
by Evelyn Wentworth Billings. 
Minneapolis, Minn. [1937] 21 p. 
12mo. © Jan. 2. 1937; 2 c. Jan. 6: 
D 46888 ; Northwestern press, Min- 
neapolis. 511 

Only a fool; a play in 4 acts, by 
Robert Jordan [pseud, of R. Jacobs] 
© 1 c. Dec. 15, 1936; D 46961; 
Robert Jacobs, New York. 512 

Only (The) place for love; a comedy 
in 3 acts, by Joseph W. Miller. © 
1 c. Jan. 8", 1937; D 47006; Joseph 
William Miller, Rochester. 513 

Opening spot; Dec. 30, 1936. Jack 
Pearl, by R. V. Harvey. © 1 c. 
Dec. 31, 1936; D 47337; Victor P. 
Rehg, Brooklyn. 514 

Ordeal (The) of Richard Feverel : a 
3-act dramatization, by H. J. Ken- 
nedv, of George Meredith's novel. 
© 1 c. Jan. 26, 1937; D 47310; Har- 
old J. Kennedy, Holyoke, Mass. 515 

O'Reilly; a dramatic composition in 3 
acts, bv John L. Conway. © 1 c. 
Jan. 18, 1937: D 47188; John Lalia 
Conway, Santa Barbara. Calif. 516 



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535 



Organ grinder. See Popeye the sailor. 

Other (The) fellow; by Jam Handy 
picture service, inc. © 1 c. Nov. 16, 
1936; D 46963; Automobile manufac- 
turers assn., Detroit. t 517 

Our depression ; a play in 9 scenes, by 
O. W. Rethorst. Boston, The Chris- 
topher publishing house [1936] x, 
11-S9 p. Svo. With Reflections in 
verse. © Nov. 16, 1936: 2 c. Nov. 
25; aff. Dec. 14; A 102022; O. W. 
Rethorst, Piedmont, Calif. 517* 

Our risen King; an Easter pageant- 
service for the Sunday school, the 
pageant by the Rev. C. L. Dorris, 
the music by popular composers. 
Chicago, 111. [1937] 15 p. 8vo. © 
Jan. 15, 1937 ; 2 c. Jan. 21 ; D 39215 : 
Geo. F. Rosche & co., Chicago. 518 

Oxvdol's own Ma Perkins; continuities 
nos. 8S3 E. T.— 903 E. T., by Lee 
Gebhart. © 1 c. each Jan. 7, 1937; 
D 46934 ; Procter & Gamble co., Cin- 
cinnati. 519 

Pageant (The) of the nine doors; a 
Christmas pageant with Mexican 
folk music, music by Margaret Niko- 
loric, English version by Elisabeth 
Havens Burrowes. © 1 c. Oct. 26, 
1936; D 39201; Elisabeth Burrowes, 
Englewood, N. J. 520 

Patched (The) coat; a comedy in 1 
act, by Pauline Phelps. Minneapolis, 
Minn. [1937] 36 p. 12mo. © Jan. 
2, 1937 ; 2 c. Jan. 6 ; D 46883 ; North- 
western press, Minneapolis. 521 

Patchy. See Death Valley days. 

Peace (The) tragedy; a play in 5 acts, 
by A. Steffen, translated from the 
German by Margaret Lloyd. © 1 c. 
' Jan. 16, 1937 ; D 47167 ; Albert Stef- 
fen, Basel, Switzerland. 522 

Pedro the Merciful ; a play in 3 acts, 
by L. A. Charles. London, New York, 
Los Angeles [etc.] [1936] 76 p. 
diagrs. 12mo. ( [French's acting 
edition, no. 1867] ) © July 27, 1936 ; 
1 c. Jan. 7, 1937; D 47011; Samuel 
French, ltd., London. 523 

Penz ! penz ! penz ! komedia 3 f el- 
vonasban, irta : Barabas Pal [i. e. 
Pal Barabas] © 1 c. Jan. 27, 1937 ; 
D 47382; Alexander Marton, Buda- 
pest, Hungary. 524 

People (The) versus Alice Fields. See 
Famous jury trials. 

People (The) versus Louis Morton. 
See Famous jury trials. 



Pep meeting stunts; a collection of 
snappy playlets for pep meetings, by 
Marietta Abell and Agnes J. Ander- 
son. Minneapolis, Minn. [1937] 94 
p. 12mo. © Jan. 2, 1937; 2 c. Jan. 
6 ; D 46899 ; Northwestern press, 
Minneapolis. 525 

Perfect (The) crime; a fantasy in 3 
scenes, by Rexford M. Farewell. © 
1 c. Jan. 5, 1937; D 46915; Rexford 
Miller Farewell, Boston. 526 

Personality preferred; by K. Mon- 
aghan. [no.] 2. © 1 c. Nov. 25, 1936 ; 
D 46928; Katharine Monaghan, 
Rochester. « . 527 

[no.] 4. © 1 c. Nov. 25, 



1936 ; D 46916 ; Katharine Monaghan, 
Rochester. 528 

Phantom (The) tiger. See Tiger's 
( The ) necklace. 

Pilate's pawn; an historical religious 
drama in 4 acts, by Rudolph R. Feitl, 
jr. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1937; D 47306; 
Rudolph Raymond Feitl, jr., Union 
City, N. J. 529 

Pinky ; an Easter bunny show, text 
and music by Marion MacDonald. © 

1 c. Dec. 28, 1936 ; D 39206 ; Modern 
art studios, inc., Chicago. 530 

Plato was wrong; a play in 3 acts, 
by K. A. Gumuchian. © 1 c. Dec. 
28, 1936; D 47033; Kirkor A. Gumu- 
chian, Paris. 531 

Plaza 4900; Dec. 22, 1936, by WBAL 
continuity staff. © 1 c. Jan. 15, 
1937; D 47322; WBAL broadcasting 
co., Baltimore. 532 

Poet and peasant ; a musical play in 

2 acts, by Frank Hilliard and V. 
Rodda. Text. © 1 c. Nov. 24, 1936 ; 
D 46949; Frank William HiUiard 
and Violet Rodda, Hollywood, Calif. 

533 

Police ! police ! no. 1, by B. H. Serko- 
wich. © 1 c. Nov. 20, 1936; D 
47335 ; Benjamin H. Serkowich, New 
York. 534 

Poodle dog club ; heart-interest drama 
[in] 2 acts [by Louisa E. Holland] 
[1936] 12 p. 24mo. Caption-title. 
© Dec. 15, 1936; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1937; 
D 46878 ; Louisa Emma Holland, Chi- 
cago. 535 

Popeye and Jack Frost. See Popeye 
the sailor. 

Popeye and Old Man Pharoh. See 
Popeye the sailor. 



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pt. i. n. s., v. 10 



Popeye and Snowdrop. See Popeye the 
sailor. 

Popeye and the birds. See Popeye the 
sailor. 

Popeye in porcelain. See Popeye the 
sailor. 

Popeye the sailor; a radio script, by 
John Alcorn, program no. 46. Pop- 
eye in porcelain. © 1 c. Dec. 31, 
1936 ; D 46852 ; Wheatena corp-, Rail- 
way, N. J. 536 

■ program no. 47. Popeye and 

the birds. © 1 c. Dec. 31, 1936; D 
46853; Wheatena corp., Rahway, 
N. J. 537 

program no. 48. Popeye and 

Jack Frost. © 1 c. Dec. 31, 1936; 
D 46854; Wheatena corp., Rahway, 
N. J. 538 

program no. 49. Popeye and 

Old Man Pharoh. © 1 c. Dec. 31, 
1936; D 46855; Wheatena corp., 
Rahway, N. J . 539 

program no. 50. Organ grind- 



er. © 1 c. Dec. 31, 1936; D 46856 
Wheatena corp., Rahway, N. J. 540 

program no. 51. Christmas 



script. © 1 c. Dec. 31, 1936; D 
46857; Wheatena corp., Rahway, 
N. J. 541 

program no. 52. Sir Walter 



Popeve & Ka-ween Bess. © 1 c 
Jan. 16, 1937; D 47139; Wheatena 
corp., Rahway, N. J. 542 

program no. 53. The bicycle 



marathon. © 1 c. Jan. 16, 1937; D 
47140; Wheatena corp., Rahway, 
N. J. 543 

program no. 54. Popeye and 



Snowdrop. © 1 c. Jan. 16, 1937 

D 47141 ; Wheatena corp., Rahway, 

N. J. 544 

program no. 55. Noah's ark. 



© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1937 ; D 47142 ; Wheat- 
ena corp., Rahway, N. J. 545 

program no. 56. Sunken 



treasure. © 1 c. Jan. 16, 1937; D 
47143; Wheatena corp., Rahway, 
N. J. 546 

program no. 57. Calamity 



Olive and Wild Bill Popeye. © 1 c. 
Jan. 16, 1937; D 47144; Wheatena 
corp., Rahway, N. J. 547 

Portes (A) fermees (Zart ajtok mo- 
gott) ; vilagpolitikai rhapsodia 3 fel- 
vonasban, szerzo Magyar Paprika 
[pseud, of S. L. Milis] © 1 c. Jan. 4, 



1937; D 46985; Steven L. Milis, 
Springfield, 111. 548 

Practical pantomimes ; a collection of 
humorous sketches in pantomime, by 
Louis J. Huber. Minneapolis, Minn. 
[1937] 93 p. 12mo. © Jan. 2, 1937; 
2 c. Jan. 6; D 46889; Northwestern 
press, Minneapolis. 549 

Preferred stock ; a 1-act comedy, by 
Alice L. Killeen. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 
1937 ; D 47302 ; Alice Lillian Killeen, 
Crafton, Pa. 550 

Preliminary girl. See First nighter. 

Prestige ; a comedy with prologue and 
2 acts, by Nat Stone [pseud, of N. S. 
Simpkins, 3d.] © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1937; 
D 47325; Nathaniel Stone Simpkins, 
3d., New York. 551 

Problems of a bartender ; by M. Slama. 
© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1937; D 47163; 
Mathew Slama, Chicago. 552 

Proof; by Jam Handy picture service, 
inc. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1937; D 47199: 
Armour & co., Chicago. 553 

Protection — for life; by Jam Handy 
picture service, inc. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 
1937; D 47198; Arden farms, inc., 
Los Angeles. 554 

Purpose plays for high school assem- 
blies ; v. 6, by Dora Mary Macdonald. 
Minneapolis, Minn. [1937] 181 p. 
12mo. Contents. — The neighbors. — 
The teachers' meeting. — Interviews. — 
The Hall of fame. — The amateur 
h o u r. — In the gymnasium. — Dr. 
Speech's seru m. — Special assign- 

' ment. — The councillor. — Let's give a 
tea. — The man on the street. — At the 
game. © Jan. 2, 1937; 2 c. Jan. 6; 
D 46900 ; Northwestern press, Minne- 
apolis. 555 

Put up job ; a play in 3 acts, by Morgan 
Baker [i. e. W. M. Baker] © 1 c. 
Jan. 5, 1937 : D 47030 ; William Mor- 
gan Baker, Birmingham, Ala. 556 

R. H. D. ; a play in 2 acts, by Walter 
Casev and Vincent McConnor [i. e. 
J. V. McConnor] © 1 c. Dec. 9, 1936 ; 
D 46987 ; Walter Sweeney Casey, New 
London, Conn., and John Vincent Mc- 
Connor, New York. 557 

Radio-arctic ; a play in 3 acts, by Davis 
Morgan [pseud, of C. D. Morgan] 
Act 1. © 1 c. Oct. 3, 1936 : D 47159 : 
Charles Davis Morgan, Paris. 558 

Acts 2 & 3. © 1 c. Nov. 6, 

1936: D 46790; Charles Davis Mor- 
gan, Paris. 559 



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no. 1, 1937 



603 



Radio (The) clinic; by R. H. Berg. © 

1 c. Jan. 25, 1937; D 47347; Roland 
H. Berg, New York. 560 

Raffles ; a mystery drama in 4 acts, 
adapted by J. Menchen, from the 
stories by E. W. Hornung. © 1 c. 
Nov. 11, 1936 ; D 46814 ; Joseph Men- 
chen, Los Angeles. 561 

Raffles, the amateur cracksman ; a mys- 
tery drama in 4 acts, adapted by J. 
Menchen, from the stories by E. W. 
Hornung. © 1 c. Nov. 11, 1936; D 
46813 ; Joseph Menchen, Los Angeles. 

562 

Real (The) Murillo ; a comedy in 4 
acts, by E. Hopkins. © 1 c. Dec. 31, 
1936 ; D 46826 ; Edwin Hopkins, New 
York. 563 

Recess in heaven; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by David Milligan. © 1 c. Jan. 7, 
1937 ; D 47000 ; David Fredrick Milli- 
gan, Indianapolis. 564 

Recorded (The) adventures of Ace 
Williams (Second supplement to) 
by Dan Ryan. Chicago, 1936. vari- 
ous pagings. 4to. © Dec. 10, 1936: 

2 c. Dec. 21; D 46793; W. E. Long 
co., Chicago. 565 

Recorded (The) adventures of Ace 
Williams (Third supplement to) ; by 
Dan Ryan. Chicago, 1936. various 
pagings. 4to. © Dec. 26, 1936; 2 c. 
Dec. 30; D 46794; W. E. Long co., 
Chicago. 566 

Red (The) dress ; a comedy in 1 act, 
by Josephine F. Campbell. Des 
Moines, la. [1936] 32 p. 12mo. © 
Sept. 1, 1936; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1937; D 
46975; Ivan Bloom Hardin co., Des 
Moines. 567 

Rendezvous (A) with destiny; a play 
in 3 acts, for two characters, by Jos- 
eph A. Donahoe. [1937] 5 p. 1., 10- 
52 p. 12mo. © Jan. 1, 1937; 2 c. 
Dec. 28, 1936; D 46796; Joseph Alo- 
ysius Donahoe, Wilmington, Del. 

568 

Renfrew of the Mounted ; by L. Y. Ers- 
kine. episodes nos. 191-195. © 1 c. 
each Jan. 21, 1937; D 47208-17212; 
Laurie York Erskine, New Hope. Pa. 

569-573 



episodes nos. 196-205. © 1 c. 

each Dec. 30. 1936; D 46779M167S8 ; 
Laurie York Erskine, New Hope, Pa. 

574-583 



episodes nos. 207-211. © 1 c. 

each Jan. 9, 1937; D 47090^47094; 
Laurie York Erskine, New Hope, Pa. 

584-588 

episodes nos. 212-216. © 1 c. 



each Jan. 21, 1937; D 47231-47235; 
Laurie Y r ork Erskine, New Hope, Pa. 

589-593 

Rhyme without reason ; a play in 3 acts, 
by E. North and J. Gow. © 1 c. Jan. 
4, 1937; D 47342; Edmund North, 
Beverly Hills, Calif., and James Gow, 
Hollywood, Calif. 594 

Rich uncle ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Bruce Millholland [i. e. C. B. Mill- 
holland] © 1 c. Jan. 4, 1937; D 
46913 ; Charles Bruce Millholland, In- 
dianapolis. 595 

Rise up and build ; by Richard T. Baker, 
a dramatization of the ten point pro- 
gram known as Christian youth 
building a new world. [1986] 26 
numb. 1. 4to. © Sept. 1, 1936 ; 2 c. 
Nov. 9; aff. Dec. 19; AA 223352; 
Board of education, Methodist Epis- 
copal church, Chicago. 596 

Roads to stardom (True life stories of 
the stars) ; no. 1. The life story of 
Jean Muir, a radio broadcast series, 
by G. H. McVeigh. © 1 c. Dec. 8, 
1936; D 47294; Gladys Helen Mc- 
Veigh, Los Angeles. 597 

Romance and rummage ; a 1-act com- 
edy, by Walter Prichard Eaton. New 
York, N. Y., London [etc.] 1937. 29 p. 
diagr. 12mo. © Jan. 16, 1937 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 21; D 47284; Samuel French, 
New York. 598 

Rosie's new teacher; [a heart-interest 
drama in] 4 acts [by Louisa E. Hol- 
land] [1936] 24 p. 24mo. Caption- 
title. © Dec. 24, 1936; 2 c. Jan. 5, 
1937; D 46879; Louisa Emma Hol- 
land, Chicago. 599 

Routine. Gene Walters ; by R. V. Har- 
vey. © 1 c. Jan. 4, 1937; D 47338; 
Victor P. Rehg, Brooklyn. 600 

Runaway. See Grand hotel. 

Said the spider ; a play in 3 acts, by 

E. H. Gould. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 1937 ; D 
47334 ; Elizabeth Hull Gould, Roches- 
ter, N. Y. 601 

Sales strategy ; by Jam Handy picture 
service, inc. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1937; 
D 47194 ; Frigidaire division, General 
motors sales Corp., Dayton, O. 602 

Santa never fails ; a radio play, by T. 
Lloyd. © 1 c. Jan. 21, 1937 ; D 47215 ; 
Ted Lloyd, Los Angeles. 603 



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604 



pt. i, n. s., v. 10 



School (The) for success; lesson 1. 
Wall street's bear — by the tail, a 
radio skit, by O. Bonderinko. © 1 c. 
Nov. 24, 1936; D 47161; Olya Bon- 
derinko, Westport, Conn. 604 

Second supplement to the Recorded ad- 
ventures of Ace Wiliams. See Re- 
corded (The) adventures of Ace Wil- 
liams (Second supplement to) 

Seidenhaus F. Georgi ; schauspiel in 3 
akten, von Richard Duschinsky. 
Wien [1936] various pagings. 4to. 
© June 17, 1936; 1 c. Sept. 28; D 
46694 ; Theaterverlag Eirich, g. m. b. 
h., Vienna. 605 

Seneca ; historisches trauerspiel in 5 
aufziigen, von Franz Karl Mohr. 
Reichenberg, 1985. 127, [1], p. 12mo. 
© Nov. 1, 1935; 1 c. Feb. 6, 1936; 
D 46981; Sudetendeutscher verlag 
Franz Kraus, Reichenberg, Tschecho- 
slowakei. 606 

Services rendered ; by E. P. Harris. © 
1 c. Jan. 25, 1937 ; D 47311 ; Edward 
Peyton Harris, New York. 607 

Seven guesses ; by Clarence Stratton. 
[1937] 2 p. 1., 42 numb. 1. 4to. © 
Jan. 4, 1937; 2 c. Jan. 6; D 47010; 
Clarence Stratton, Cleveland. 608 

Seven hours. See Grand hotel. 

Seventeen days in August ; a 3-act play, 
by F. Schlick. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 1937 ; 
D 47296 ; Frederick Schlick, Portland, 
Or. 609 

She doted on lobster; a 1-act comedy, 
dramatized by Alice Nichols, from a 
Country home magazine story, by E. 
P. Butler. © 1 c. Dec. 4, 1936; D 
46867 ; Ellis Parker Butler, Flushing, 
L. I., N. Y. 610 

Shield (The) of the Palomares ; a play 
in 3 scenes, by Marie T. Walsh. © 
1 c. Dec. 28, 1936; D 46774; Marie 
Toma Walsh, Hollywood, Calif. 611 

Shirley in Fairyland ; story no. 1. Shir- 
ley in Ireland, music, verse and prose, 
written by L. J. Kocot. Text. © 1 c. 
Oct. 28, 1936; D 47206; Louise J. 
Kocot, Maplewood, N. J. 612 

Shirley in Ireland. See Shirley in 
Fairyland. 

Sickness of youth ; a play in 3 acts, by 
S. S. Kingsley. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1937 : 
D 47176; Sidney S. Kingsley, New 
York. 613 

Side-line ; a comedy farce in 3 acts, by 
S. L. Dannett. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1937 ; 



D 47105; Sylvia Liebowitz Dannett, 
New York. 614 

Signal — ninety-nine ; a play for young 
folks, by George Savage. Franklin, 
O., Denver, Colo., 1936. 14 p. 12mo. 
([Eldridge juvenile plays]) © Aug. 
13, 1936 ; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1937 ; D 47060 ; 
Eldridge entertainment house, inc., 
Franklin, O. 615 

Silk of seven colors ; a play in 4 acts, 
by Gulnare el Nardah [pseud, of 
Louise Willis Snead] © 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1937; D 47243; Louise W. Snead, 
Hollywood, Calif. 616 

Singapore lady. See First nighter. 

Sir Walter Popeye & Ka-ween Bess. 
See Popeye the sailor. 

Sitting pretty ; a farce in 3 acts, by 
Austin Goetz. Franklin, O., Denver, 
Colo., 1936. 99 p. diagr. 12mo. ( [El- 
dridge three-act non-royalty plays] ) 
© Aug. 29, 1936 ; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1937 ; 
D 47077 ; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O. 617 

Slinky Jim ; a dramatic episode in 1 
act, by C. C. Cooper. © 1 c. Dec. 31, 
1936; D 46859; Colin Campbell 
Cooper, Santa Barbara, Calif. 618 

Smetnick (The) super service series; 
no. 2. Supper spot, by S. L. Wendroff. 
© 1 c. Dec. 28, 1936; D 46773; Saul 
L. Wendroff, New York. 619 

Smoky treasure; a farce-comedy in 3 
acts, by Frank W. Spohn. Franklin, 
O., Denver, Colo., 1936. 87 p. illus., 
diagr. 12mo. ( [Eldridge royalty 
plays]) © Aug. 18, 1936; 2 c. Jan. 
11, 1937; D 47078; Eldridge enter- 
tainment house, inc., Franklin, O. 

620 

Snow-bound (A) Christmas: by Lettie 
C. Van Derveer. [1936] 6 p. 12mo. 
Caption-title. © Dec. 5, 1936; 2 c. 
Dec. 16 ; D 46676 ; Mary M. Riley, do- 
ing business as : International publi- 
cation service, Ocean City, N. J. 621 

So it's free speech you want ! a com- 
edy in 1 act, by Harold Poppe. New 
York. N. Y., Los Angeles, Calif., Lon- 
don [etc.] 1936. 16 p. diagr. 12mo. 
© Dec. 29, 1936; 2 c. Dec. 31; D 
46882; Samuel French, New York. 

622 

Sod, wheat and dust ; a play in 3 acts, 
by D. A. Brinton. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 
193T; D 47044; Donald A. Brinton, 
Madison, Wis. 623 



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no. 1, 1937 



653 



Soleidas bunter vogel; komische oper 
in 1 akt, nach einem marchen aus 
1001 nacht, von Curt Bohmer, musik 
von Max Donisch. Neue bearbeitung. 
Berlin, Verlag Adolph Flirstner, 1936. 
38, [1] p. 12mo. Text. © Mar. 14, 
1936; 1 c. Apr. 15; D 46979; Max 
Donisch, Berlin. [Copyright is 
claimed on new matter] 624 

Some call it love ! a comedy-drama in 
3 acts, by Kay Ziegfield [pseud, of 
Katharine Kavanaugh] Chicago 
[1936] 85 p., 1 1., xxix p. diagrs. 
12mo. ([Sergei's royalty plays]) 
© Oct. 19, 1936 ; 2 c. Oct. 28 ; D 46679 ; 
Dramatic pub. co., Chicago. 625 

Some people have all the luck ; a farce- 
comedy in 2 acts, by Albert M. Brown. 
Franklin, O., Denver, Colo., 1936, 27 
p. 12mo. ( [Eldridge juvenile 
plays]) © Aug. 20, 1936; 2 c. Jan. 
11, 1937 ; D 47080 ; Eldridge entertain- 
ment house, inc., Franklin, O. 626 

Son (A) is given; a Christmas allegory, 
by Dorothy C. Allan. Boston, Mass., 
Los Angeles, Cal. [1937] 28 p. diagr. 
12mo. © Jan. 2. 1937 ; 2 c. Jan. 25 ; 
D 47287 ; Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 

627 

Son of heaven ; a play of old China, in 
3 acts, by N. Harper. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 
1937; D 47257; Neal Harper, Brook- 
lyn. 628 

Sophro the Wise ; a play for children 
and others, in 5 scenes, by Laurence 
Binyon. London [1937] 64 p. 8vo. 
( [French's acting edition, no. 23] ) 
Contains music. © Jan. 5, 1937 ; 1 c. 
Jan. 27; D 47386; Samuel French, 
ltd., London. 629 

Soul (The) of Carol; a play in 3 acts, 
by J. Brandon-Haye [pseud, of H. C. 
McKeever] © 1 c. Jan. 22, 1937 ; D 
47293 ; Harriette C. McKeever, New 
York. 630 

Soul (The) of man. See Message from 
hell. 

Soundings ; a comedy in 3 acts, by A. N. 
Meyer. © 1 c. Nov. 28, 1936; D 
46819 ; Annie Nathan Meyer, New 
York. 631 

Speak through the earthquake ; a play 
for oneself, by Dorothy Elderdice, 
for young people's day — 1937. Pitts- 
burgh, Pa., Board of Christian edu- 
cation, Department of religious edu- 
cation, Methodist protestant church 
[1936] 16 p. 8vo. Cover-title. © 
Dec. 31. 1936; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1987; D 



47007; Dorothy Elderdice, Westmin- 
ster, Md. 632 

Special cable; a play in 3 acts, by J. 
Steel. © 1 c. Dec. 18, 1936 ; D 47005 ; 
Johannes Steel, New York. 633 

Spielhof ( Der ) und sein knecht ; volks- 
sttick in 3 akten, von Harms Trautner. 
© 1 c. Dec. 21, 1936; D 46700; Ver- 
triebsstelle und verlag deutscher 
buhnenschriftsteller u n d biihnen- 
komponisten, g. m. b. h., Berlin. 634 

Star of peace. See First nighter. 

Story (The) of St. Thomas More; by 
Faith Ellen Smith. © 1 c. Jan. 16, 
1937 ; D 47156 ; Donald Peterson, New 
York. 635 

Story (The) of St. Wenceslaus ; by 
Stanely Whitman. © 1 c. Jan. 16, 
1937 ; D 47157 ; Donald Peterson, New 
York. 636 

Strange company ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Walter Archer Frost. © 1 c. Nov. 
28, 1936; D 46948; Walter A. Frost, 
New York. 637 

Strike ( The ) of the unborn ; a comedy 
in 1 act, by L. Levitt and T. Levitt. 
© 1 c. Jan. 16, 1937 ; D 47145 ; Louis 
Levitt and Tillie Levitt, New York. 

638 

Stunt night brevities ; a collection of 
snappy skits for the vaudeville show 
and all other types of entertainment 
program, by Richard Drummond. 
Minneapolis, Minn. [1937] 92 p. 
12mo. © Jan. 2, 1937; 2 c. Jan. 6; 
D 46896; Northwestern press, Minne- 
apolis. 639 

Suchenden (Die) ; drama in 3 akten, 
von Fritz Zentgraf. © 1 c. May 25, 
1936; D 47096; Biihnenvertrieb Gus- 
tav Griindig, Berlin. 640 

Sun-kissed ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Kenyon Nicholson and R. Van Sickle. 
© 1 c. Nov. 27, 1936 ; D 47207 ; Ray- 
mond Van Sickle, New York. 641 

Sunbrite (The) junior nurse corps; by 
Stack-Goble advertising agency. Dec. 
16, 18, 21, 23, 25, 28, 30, 1936, © 1 c. 
each Jan. 8. 1937; D 47021-47027; 
Swift & co., Chicago. 642-648 

Jan. 1. 4, 6, 8, 1937. © 1 c. 

each Jan. 18, 1937; D 47189^47192; 
Swift & co., Chicago. 649-652 

Sundodger Smith ; a modern operetta 
in 3 acts, music, lyrics and libretto, 
by James F. and Allan J. Cribbins. 
© 1 c. Dec. 11, 1936; D 39200; 
Sterling pub. co., New Haven. 653 



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pt. I, n. s., v. 10 



Sunken treasure. See Popeye the 
sailor. 

Supper spot. See Smetnick (The) 
super service series. 

Swell (A) night for a murder. See 
First nighter. 

Talking pictures ; [by Benjamin Ganz] 
(In Prospectus, v. 6, no. 3, Dec. 22, 
1936) © Dec. 22, 1936; 2 c. Dec. 29; 
D 46792; Benjamin Ganz, New York. 

654 

Tarnkappe (Die) ; lustspiel in 3 auf- 
ziigen, von Rudolph Lothar. Wien 
[1936] various pagings. 4to. © 
Apr. 15. 1936 ; 1 c. Sept. 28 ; D 46689 ; 
Theaterverlag Eirich, g. m. b. h., 
Vienna. 655 

Tarsasjatek; vigjatek 3 felvonasban, 
irta Fodor Laszlo [i. e. Laszlo Fodor] 
© 1 c. Dec. 23, 1936 ; D 46713 ; Alex- 
ander Marton, Budapest, Hungary. 

656 

Testing (The) hour; a peace play in 1 
act for production in churches, by 
Louis Wilson. Chicago [1936] 31 p. 
12mo. © Oct. 22, 1936; 2 c. Oct. 28; 
D 46683 ; Dramatic pub. co., Chicago. 

657 

Thank the Greeks ; a comedy farce in 
2 acts, by T. Orlando. © 1 c. Jan. 4, 
1937 ; D 46926 ; Thomas Orlando, New 
York. 658 

That Cottontown affair; a play in 2 
acts, by R. Mario, dramatized from 
the author's own story, Your radio 
correspondent. © 1 c. Jan. 13, 1937 ; 
D 47099; Raoul Mario, Yorktown, 
Heights, N. Y. 659 

That gives me an idea. See First 
nighter. 

They fell for it ; a play in 3 acts, by 
William Eden [pseud.~\ © 1 c. Jan. 
13, 1937; D 47174; William Creecy 
Hill, Washington. 660 

They put on a play ; a comedy in 1 act, 
by Neal Hosey. Franklin, O., Den- 
ver, Colo., 1936. 36 p. 12mo. 
([Eldridge popular one-act plays]) 
© July 13, 1936 ; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1937 ; 
D 47069; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O. 661 

They're off! a play in 3 acts, by P. 
O'Mara. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1937; D 
47034; Patrick O'Mara, Baltimore. 

662 

They who follow; a 1-act biblical 
drama, by Clare H. Brown. Frank- 
lin, O., Denver, Colo., 1936. 31 p. 



12mo. ([Eldridge church entertain- 
ments]) © July 28, 1936; 2 c. Jan. 
11, 1937; D 47079; Eldridge enter- 
tainment house, inc., Franklin, O. 

663 

Thiefs [sic] (The) that are honored; a 
comedy in 3 acts, by Rachel Miriam 
Bakst [pseud, of R. Arnowitz] © 
1 c. Dec. 8, 1936; D 46938; Rachel 
Arnowitz, New York. 664 

Think before you poll ; a farce by M. S. 
Hand. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1937 ; D 47041 ; 
Marie Stallman Hand, Grand View, 
N. Y. 665 

Third supplement to the Recorded ad- 
ventures of Ace Williams. See Re- 
corded (The) adventures of Ace Wil- 
liams (Third supplement to) 

This vitamin business ; by Jam Handy 
picture service, inc. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 
1937 ; D 47202 ; E. R. Squibb & sons, 
New York. 666 

Those two imposters ; a play in 3 acts, 
by Charles Conrad, jr. © 1 c. Jan. 
9, 1937 ; D 47037 ; Charles J. Conrad, 
jr., Philadelphia. 667 

Three for one ; a play in 3 acts, by Fred 
Ballard [i. e. J. F. Ballard] © 1 c. 
Jan. 16, 1937; D 47146; John Fred- 
erick Ballard, Peterborough, N. H. 

668 

Three minute murder ; a play in 3 acts, 
by Laurence Kirk [pseud, of E. Sim- 
son] and Peter Hell [pseud, of A. 
Erdei] © 1 c. Dec. 1, 1936 ; D 46714 ; 
Eric Simpson, Sandwich, Kent, Eng- 
land, and A. Erdei, London. 669 

Three plays ; [by] Noel Langley. Lon- 
don, Arthur, Barker, ltd. [1936] 343 p. 
12mo. Contents. — Farm of three ech- 
oes. — For ever. — Friendly relations. 
© 1 c. Dec. 23, 1936 ; A ad int. 22252 ; 
pubd. Oct. 26; Noel Langley, London. 

669* 

Three sheets to the wind! a musical 
comedy in 2 acts, book, lyrics, and 
music, by M. Gordon and F. O'Neill. 
Text. © 1 c. Dec. 16, 1936; D 
47059; Mackenzie Gordon, Los Altos, 
Calif., and Frank O'Neill, Los Ange- 
les. 670 

Thy hand that light my lamp; in 3 
scenes, text and music by B. Weiner. 
© 1 c. Dec. 21, 1936 ; D 39197 ; Bess- 
Paula Weiner, Detroit. 671 

Thy name is woman; a play in 3 
acts, by Bar re Dunbar [pseud, of 



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no. 1, 1937 



687 



W. L. B. Dunbar] based on the 
novel, Jezabel, by Irene Neinirovsky. 
© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1937 ; D 47219 ; Wil- 
liam Lewis Barre Dunbar, New 
York. 672 

Tiger house. Sec Tiger's (the) neck- 
lace. 

Tiger's (The) necklace; a mystery 
comedy in 2 acts, with a prologue 
and an epilogue, being the further 
adventures of the characters in 
Tiger house, and The phantom tiger, 
by Robert St. Clair. Minneapolis, 
Minn., 1937. 108 p. diagr. 12mo. 
© Jan. 2, 1937 ; 2 c. Jan. 6 ; D 46903 ; 
Northwestern press, Minneapolis. 

673 

Tigress ; a play in 3 acts, by M. V. 
Samuels and Rafael Storm [pseud, 
of R. Alcaide] © 1 c. Dec. 8, 1936; 
D 47028; Maurice V. Samuels and 
Rafael Alcaide, Hollywood, Calif. 

674 

To arms, ye brave ! a drama in 3 acts, 
by Paul Berne Ross [pseud, of E. B. 
Rothstein] © 1 c. Dec. 19, 1936; 
D 47226; Emanuel Bernard Roth- 
stein, New York. 675 

To the manner born ; by M. Grainger 
and A. Brock. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1937; 
D 47052; Mabel Grainger and Alma 
Brock, Detroit. 676 

To what end? a drama in 1 act, by 
M. L. Hornung. © 1 c. Jan. 4, 
1937; D 47339; Maude Langstaff 
Hornung, Hollywood, Calif. 677 

Tohuwabohu; eine verruekte bege- 
benheit in 3 akten, nach [Alexander 
Maria] Lernet-Holenia, von Hans 
Adler. Wien, 1936. 3 p. 1., 3-123 p. 
12mo. © July 2, 1936 ; 1 c. Sept. 28 ; 
D 46685; Theaterverlag Eirich, 
g. m. b. h., Vienna. 678' 

Tomorrow's sun; a play in 3 acts, bv 
H. Rudley. © 1 c. Dec. 4, 1936; D 
47346; Herbert Rudley, New York. 

679 

Topaze; [par] Marcel Pagnol. Edition 
scolaire, preparee par Arthur Gibbon 
Bovee. Boston, New York [etc., etc.] 
D. C. Heath and company [1936] iv, 
243 p. front., illus. 16mo. (Heath's 
modern language series) © Sept. 
17, 1936; 2 c. Oct. 12; aff. Dec. 23; 
A 102099 ; Arthur Gibbon Bovee. Chi- 
cago. 679* 



Tops in kitchens ; by Jam Handy pic* 
ture service, inc. © 1 c. Nov. 16, 
1936 ; D 46966 ; Internatl. nickel co., 
inc., New York. 680 

Tragic (The) case of safety versus 
disaster. See Court (A) trial of 
Beverage Alcohol. 

Tramp (The) ; a play in 3 acts, Eng- 
lish version by M. Jean, of Omul 
care a vazut moartea, by Victor 
Eftimiu. © 1 c. Dec. 10, 1936; D 
46871 ; Monique Jean, New York. 

681 

Transplanted men. See Madam Africa. 

Trap (The) ; a play in 1 act, by Juliet 
Wilbor Tompkins. New York, N. Y., 
London [etc.] 1937 24 p. diagr. 
12mo. © Jan. 16, 1937; 2 c. Jan. 
21; D 47283; Samuel French, New 
York. 682 

Travel is so broadening ; a play in 1 
act, from a Country home magazine 
story, by Aline Ballard, dramatization 
by Lockie Ingle. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 
1937; D 47348; Aline Morley Bal- 
lard, Dearborn, Mich. 683 

Trouble tumbles in (At Tumble inn) ; 
farcical comedy, by C. E. Wilcox. 
Franklin, O., Denver, Colo., 1936. 
62 p. diagr. 12mo. ( [Eldridge 
three-act non-royalty plays]) © 
Aug. 10. 1936; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1937; 
D 47071 ; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O. 684 

True life stories of the stars. See 
Roads to stardom (True life stories 
of the stars) 

Twelfth (The) disciple; a drama in 3 
acts, by M. K. Sachs. Rev. version 
of drama entitled : Judas, by the 
same author. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1937 ; 
D 47379; Mary Koues Sachs, St. 
Louis., [Copyright is claimed on 
modern speech, development of char- 
acters & plot] 685 

Twin stars; episode no. 13, a radio 
continuity, by McCann-Erickson, inc. 
© 1 c. Dec. 31, 1936; D 46919; Mc- 
Cann-Erickson, inc., New York. 688 

Twist (A) of the wrist; a 1-act com- 
edy for two girls, by Fairfax Kerry 
[pseud, of George Savage] Frank- 
lin, O., Denver, Colo., 1936. 11 p. 
12mo. ( [Eldridge plays for girls 
and women]) © Aug. 27. 1936; 2 
c. Jan. 11, 1937; D 47062: Eldridge 
entertainment house, inc., Franklin. 
O. 687 



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pt. i, n. s., v. 10 



Two (The) bouquets; a Victorian com- 
edy with music [by] Eleanor and 
Herbert Farjeon. (In Famous plays 
of 1936. London, Victor Gollancz, 
ltd., 1936) Text. © Nov. 2, 1936; 

1 c. Nov. 9; D 47008; Eleanor and 
Herbert Farjeon, London. 688 

Two girls behind the counter (Lot and 
Dot) ; by L. Prager. © 1 c. Jan. 
27, 1937; D 47327; Lottie Prager, 
New York. 689 

Under the magic spell. See Jester 
(The) 

University of Chicago plays, skits, &. 
lyrics; edited by Frank Hurburt 
6'Hara, with an introduction to the 
plays by Whitford Kane and to the 
skits and the lyrics by Beatrice 
Lillie. Chicago, 111., The University 
of Chicago press. [1936] ix, 326, 
[1] p. 12 mo. Dramatic contents. — 
Plays : Tomorrow, by William Cot- 
ant. — Call him Joseph, by Edward 
Hirsch Levi. — Roots, by Edith Gross- 
berg. — Home rule, by Margueritte 
Harmon Bro. — Two gents from K. C, 
by Sterling North. — Within the four 
seas, by Margueritte Harmon Bro. — 
Skits : At the examiners', by Howard 
P. Hudson.— Progressive education, 
by Margueritte Harmon Bro. — At the 
switch, by Norman Bridge Eaton. — 
A Theatre guild production, by 
James Van Nice. — More China, by 
Robert J. Graf, jr. — Academic bally- 
hoo, by Jeanne Searcy. — Little ol' 
gals, from Louisa May Alcott. — 
Byrd life, by Robert J. Graf, jr.— 
Tallyho ! by Vincent P. Quinn with 
N. B. Eaton. — Tobacco alley, by Wil- 
liam M. Randall. © Dec. 1, 1936: 

2 c. Jan. 18, 1937; aff. Jan. 15; A 
101905; University of Chicago, Chi- 
cago. 689* 

Vacation trip to Yosemite valley; a 
radio sketch, bv Doc Grove [pseud, 
of H. S. Grove] © 1 c. Jan. 27, 
1937; D 47318; Howard S. Grove, 
Los Angeles. 690 

Valiant (The) one; a comedy drama 
in 3 acts, by Rachel Crothers. Min- 
neapolis. Minn. [1937] 100 p. 
diagr. 12mo. © Jan. 2, 1937; 2 c. 
Jan. 6; D 46893; Northwestern press. 
Minneapolis. 691 

Valley (A) is dedicated; a play in 3 
acts, bv John Mariner. © 1 c. Jan. 
4, 1937: D 46922: John Vernon 
Mariner, Chino, Calif. 692 



Vaudeville (The) stunt book; a collec- 
tion of snappy skits and blackouts, 
by Jean Provence. Minneapolis, 
Minn. [1937] 90 p. 12mo. © Jan. 
2, 1937 ; 2 c. Jan. 6 ; D 46897 ; North- 
western press, Minneapolis. 693 

Veilchenredoute ; operette in 3 akten, 
von Hans Adler, musik von Charles 
Cerne, nach motiven von Richard 
Genee. [1936] 3 p. 1., 141 numb. 1. 
4to. Text. © July 2. 1936; 1 c. 
Sept. 28; D 46690; Theaterverlag 
Eirich, g. m. b. h., Vienna. 694 

Verdi's letzte liebe (Celesta Teresa) ; 
eine dramatische erzahlung mit 
musik in 3 akten, von E. Alto [pseud, 
of Erich H. Altendorf] [1936] 2 
pi.. 82 numb. 1. 4 to. Text. © 
July 1, 1936 : 1 c. Sept. 28 ; D 46693 ; 
Theaterverlag Eirich, g. m. b. h., 
Vienna. 695 

Vertrag uni karakat ; schauspiel in 3 
akten, von Fritz Peter Buch, nach 
einem stoff von Wilhelm Biermann. 
© 1 c. Dec. 21, 1936; D 46697; 
Vertriebsstelle und verlag deutscher 
buhnenschriftsteller und buhnenkom- 
ponisten, g. m. b. h., Berlin. 696 

Vic and Sade ; Dec. 7-11, 14-18, 21-25 
28-30, 1936, by Paul Rhymer. © 1 c. 
each Jan. 7, 1937 ; D 46931 ; Procter & 
Gamble co., Cincinnati. 697 

Vile (A) contraption; a tragedy in 5 
acts, by E. Hopkins. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 
1937 ; D 46986 ; Edwin Hopkins, New 
York. 698 

Voyage (Le) ; piece en 3 actes. par H. 
Bernstein. © 1 c. Jan. 7, 1937; D 
47098 ; Henry Bernstein, Paris. 699 

Voyageur (Le) ; sans bagage : piece en 5 
tableaux, par J. Anouilh. © 1 c. Dec. 
23, 1936; D 46711; Jean Anouilh, 
Paris. 700 

Wall street's bear — by the tail. See 
School (The) for success. 

Waltz at midnight : a drama in 3 acts, 
bv L. S. Bardoly. © 1 c. Dec. 31, 
1936; D 46828; Louis S. Bardoly, 
Cleveland. 701 

Washington square south : a play in 3 
acts, by T. Buchanan. © 1 c. Jan. IS, 
1937 : D 47222 ; Thompson Buchanan, 
Chicago. 7»"'2 

Waves of influence ; by Jam Handy pic- 
ture service, inc. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 
1937 ; D 47195 : Frigidaire division. 
General motors sales corp., Dayton. O. 

703 



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no. 1, 1937 



732 



Way (The) of one woman; a play in 3 
acts, by G. Polachek. ©lc. Jan. 27, 
1937 ; D 47378 ; Gizella Polachek, New 
York. 704 

Way (The) out; a play in 3 acts, by 
Eleanor Emery [i. e. M. E. Emery] 
© 1 c. Nov. 27, 1936 ; D 47150 ; Mary 
Eleanor Emery, Aberdeen, Wash. 

705 

We have with us tonight; a comedy in 
3 acts, by J. Trimble. © 1 c. Dec. 31, 
1936; D 46858; Jessy Trimble, New 
York. 706 

We're still good friends ; a comedy in 2 
acts, by A. L. Eilert and E. S. Taylor. 
© 1 c. Jan. 7, 1937 ; D 47004 ; Anclree 
L. Eilert and Ethel S. Taylor, New 
York. 707 

Wedding (The) of Miss Gay Treble La 
Tune and Mr. F. Bass Clef ; by R. J. 
Palmer. © 1 c. Jan. 4, 1937; D 
46909 ; Rosamond J. Palmer, Charles- 
ton, S. C. 708 

What it takes ; a play in 3 acts, by Eliza- 
beth Morrison [pseud, of E. M. Lud- 
low] © 1 c. Dec. 31, 1936 ; D 46829; 
Elizabeth Morrison Ludlow, New 
York. 709 

What price resurrection; a drama in 
3 acts, by Louis H. Tyler. © 1 c. 
Jan. 12, 1937 ; D 47089 ; Louis Henry 
Tyler, Norfolk, Va. 710 

What's behind you? by Jam Handy pic- 
ture service, inc. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1937 ; 
D 47196 ; Amer. stove co., Cleveland. 

711 

What's new for 1937 ; by Jam Handy 
picture service, inc. © 1 c. Nov. 16, 
1936; D 46962; Chevrolet motor co., 
Detroit. • 712 

When the bow breaks ; a comedy drama 
in 3 acts, by A. Linker. © 1 c. Jan. 
22, 1987 ; D 47269 ; Ann Linker, Bos- 
ton. 713 

When the lights went out. See In the 
dark. 

Wherever wheels turn ; by Jam Handy 
picture service, inc. © 1 c. Nov. 16, 
1936 ; D 46968 ; Kent-Moore organiza- 
tion, Detroit. 714 

While the city sleeps ; a radio program, 
by Roy A. Sorensen. episode no 179. 
Culture by the pound. © 1 c. Dec. 30, 
1936 ; D 46805 ; Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 

715 

episode no 180. Happy New 

Year. © 1 c. Dec. 30, 1936 ; D 46806 ; 
Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 716 



episode no 181. The missing 

key. © 1 c. Jan. 6, 1937; D 46984; 
Bowey's inc., Chicago. 717 



episode no 182. Whistlin' gals. 

© 1 c. Jan. 7, 1937 ; D 47018 ; Bowey's, 
inc., Chicago. 718 

episode no. 183. Lucky Boy. 



© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1937 ; D 47040 ; Bowey's, 
inc., Chicago. 719 

episode no. 184. Magic money. 



© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1937; D 47125; 
Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 720 

episode no. 185. A live wire. 



© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1937; D 47126; 
Bowey's, inc., Chicago. . 721 

episode no 186. A loose nut. 



© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1937; D 47216; 
Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 722 

episode no 187. A milkman's 



memory. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 1937; D 
47245; Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 723 

episode no. 188. Milk for 



Mimi. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1937 ; D 47299 ; 
Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 724 

Whistlin' gals. See While the city 
sleeps. 

White man's gold ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Ethel Clifton [i. e. E. C. Sutherland] 
© 1 c. Dec. 30, 1936 ; D 46789 ; Ethel 
Clifton Sutherland, Los Angeles. 725 

Whoa, Lemuel! a farce in 3 acts, by 
Royal C. Stout. Franklin, O., Den- 
ver, Colo., 1936. 71 p. diagr. 12 mo. 
( [Eldridge three-act non -royalty 
plays]) ©Aug. 4, 1936; 2 c. Jan. 
11, 1937; D 47061; Eldridge enter- 
tainment house, inc., Franklin, O. 

726 

Why Rome? a play in 3 acts, by M. L. 
Hartman. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1937; D 
47290; Mary Louise Hartman, Fort 
Worth. 727 

Why we are here ; pageant-play for 
adults and children, by Carolyn R. 
Freeman. Franklin, O., Denver, 
Colo., 1936. 27 p. 12 mo. ([Eld- 
ridge church entertainments] ) © 
Sept. 16, 1936 ; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1937 ; D 
47072 ; Eldridge entertainment house, 
inc., Franklin, O. 728 

Winners all ; a 3-act comedy, by T. J. 
Hand. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1937 ; D 47130 ; 
Thomas James Hand, Brooklyn. 729 

Wishing (The) ring; episodes nos. 1-3, 
a radio drama, by N. E. Halsted and 
Michael H. Harper. © 1 c. each Nov. 
9, 1936 ; D 46988^6990 ; Nell E. Hal- 
sted, New York. 730-732 



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733 



pt. i, n. s., v. 10 



Within these walls ; a drama in 3 acts, 
by Marcus Bach. Chicago, The Dra- 
matic publishing company [1986] 
105 p., 1 1., xxxiv p. diagrs. 12 mo. 
© Oct. 19, 1936 ; 2 c. Oct. 28 ; D 46680 ; 
Marcus Bach, Iowa City, la. 733 

Woodland ; a tree conservation play in 
memory of the conservation of Fran- 
conia Notch, 1928 [text and music] 
by Frances Ann Johnson. [1936] 
15, [6] p. 4 to. © Oct. 8, 1936; 1 c. 
Sept. 16; 1 c. Dec. 7; D 39213; 
Frances Ann Johnson, Littleton, N. H. 

734 

Wrong number ; a 1-act radio play, by 
Norma Woodward. © 1 c. Nov. 24, 
1936 ; D 46836 ; Norma Evelyn Wood- 
ward, Somerville, Mass. 735 

Year (A) and a day; a play in 3 acts, 
by B. Creighton. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 
1937; D 47277; Beatrice Creighton, 
Oberlin, O. 736 

Yiddisher (Der) tata in Reb. Avreimele 
Chazen ; in 3 acts, by G. Goldstein 
;pn yVarmx "l dVx xdxb wtk ijn 
.paan^xj nxaau »a jytopx 3 px 
© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1937; D 47270; Gus- 
tave Goldstein, Brooklyn. 737 



You tell'er, I'm tired ; a comedy drama 
suggested for a photoplay, by Fred M. 
Bacon [i. e. F. M. Bacon] and B. C. 
Herbst. © 1 c. Jan. 8, 1937; D 
47340; Frederick Mason Bacon, New 
York, and Bertha Carmen Herbst, 
Ann Arbor. 738 

Young Herchard. See Mermaid (The) 
and other mimes. 

Young (The) imp; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Robert St. Clair. Minneapolis, 
Minn. [1937] 84 p. diagr. 12 mo. 
© Jan. 2, 1937 ; 2 c. Jan. 6 ; D 46901 ; 
Northwestern press, Minneapolis. 

739 



Your radio correspondent. 
Cottontown affair. 



See That 



Zart ajtok mogott. 
fermees. 



See Portes (A) 



1001 nacht. See Soleidas bunter vogel. 

1741 Chestnut avenue ; a drama in 3 
acts, by E. A. Gross. © 1 c. Dec. 30, 
1936 ; D 46851 ; Edwin Arthur Gross, 
New York. 740 



Number of entries of dramas included in part 1, group 3, of the catalog 
since Jan. 1, 1937 : 

Dramatic compositions (including 555 unpublished) 658 

Dramatic compositions in foreign languages (including 30 unpub- 
lished) 63 

Dramatico-musical compositions (including 8 unpublished) 13 

Dramatico-musical compositions in foreign languages (including 

unpublished) 6 

Total 740 



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TITLES OF DRAMAS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS 
BEEN RENEWED UNDER SECTIONS 23 AND 24 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 

4, 1909 [740 



Anthony and Cleopatre down side up; 
a dramatic composition in 1 act, by 
Aaron Hoffman. © Minnia Z. Hoff- 
man, New York, as the widow of the 
author. R 54064, Dec. 15, 1936. 1 

Baroness (The) Sorato's garden party. 
See Case (A) of spoons. 

Brown of Harvard ; a play in 4 acts, by 
Rida Johnson Young. © William A. 
Schroeder, Wilton, Conn., as the ex- 
ecutor. R 48902, Dec. 15, 1936. 2 

Buttermilk (The) Hollow surprise 
party ; an entertainment in 1 act, 
by F. I. Hanson. © Frank I. Han- 
son, South Boston, Mass., as the au- 
thor. R 48727, Dec. 3, 1936. 3 

Candy (The) shop; [by] George V. 
Hobart. © Donald B. Hobart and 
Vera Hobart, New York, as the chil- 
dren of the deceased author. R 54059, 
Dec. 15, 1936. 4 

Case (A) of spoons; or, The Baroness 
Sorato's garden party, a Japanese 
farce for amateur performance, by 
E. T. Gray. © Eunice T. Gray, San 
Jose, Calif., as the author. R 48722, 
Dec. 3, 1936. 5 

Climax (The) ; a play of modern life 
in 3 acts, by E. Locke. © Edward 
Locke, East Islip, N. Y., as the au- 
thor. R 54060, Jan. 7, 1937. 6 

Eglamore (The) portraits. See Little 
Mrs. Cummin. 

Fellow (The) with the green umbrella; 
a 1 act farce, by Aaron Hoffman. 
© Minnia Z. Hoffman, New York, 
as the widow of the author. R 54061, 
Dec. 15, 1936. 7 

Friday afternoon at a village school ; 
a farcical entertainment in 1 scene, by 
Amelia Weed Holbrook. © Amelia 
Hopkins Dada, Hackensack, N. J., as 
the next of kin of the author, who is 
not living. R 48928, Dec. 15, 1936. 8 

Fiirstenkind (Das) ; operette in 3 ak- 
ten, teilweise nach einer erzahlung 
Abouts, von V. Leon, musik von 



Franz Lehar. Libretto only. © Vic- 
tor Leon, Vienna, as the author. R 
48676, Dec. 3, 1936. 9 

Impertinence ( The ) of the creature ; a 
duologue, by Cosmo Gordon-Lennox. 
© Susan Mary Graham Browne, Lon- 
don, as the widow of the author. 
R 48731, Dec. 3, 1986. 10 

Jilt (The) ; a comedy drama in 5 acts, 
by Dion Boucicault. © Josephine 
Cheney, New York, as the widow of 
the author. R 48901, Dec. 15, 1936. 

11 

Little Mrs. Cummin ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by R. Pryce, founded on The 
Eglamore portraits, by Mary E. 
Mann. © Richard Pryce, London, 
as the author. R 48726, Dec. 3, 1936, 

12 

Looking-glass (The) ; a children's play 
in 1 act, by P. Trevor. © Philip 
Trevor, London, as the author. R 
48729. Dec. 3, 1936. 13 

Love in a railway train ; a duologue, 
by F. Stayton. © Frank Stayton, 
Herriard Grange, Basingstoke, Eng- 
land, as the author. R 48723, Dec. 3, 
1936. 14 

Magic (The) ring. See Merry (The) 
whirl. 

Marriage (The) of Kitty; a comedy in 
3 acts, adapted by Cosmo Gordon- 
Lennox, from the French of La pas- 
serelle, by Madame F. de Gresac and 
F. de Croisset [pesud. of Francis 
Wiener] © Susan Mary Graham 
Browne, London, as the widow of the 
author. R 48733, Dec. 3, 1936. 15 

Martha, the Soothsayer ; a play in 1 
act, by Keble Howard [pseud, of 
John K. Bell] © Pearl Florence 
Bell, Bagnall, Stoke-on-Trent, Eng- 
land, as the widow of the author. 
R 48728, Dec. 3, 1936. 16 

Merry ( The ) whirl ; or, The magic 
ring ; by Aaron Hoffman. © Minnia 
Z. Hoffman, New York, as the widow 
of the author. R 54062, Dec. 15, 1936. 

17 



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18 



pt. I, D. S., V. 10 



O'Dowd (The) ; a play in 4 acts, by 
Dion Boucicault. © Josephine 
Cheney, New York, as the widow of 
the author. R 48904, Dec. 15, 1936. 

18 

On the stairway of life in seven ages ; 
a play in 1 act, by Mrs. H. A. Wil- 
liams. © Mrs. Harry Alston Wil- 
liams, New Yorky as the author. R. 
48721, Dec. 3, 1936. 19 

Papillon, dit Lyonnais le Juste ; piece 
en 3 actes, par Louis Beniere. © 
Emilie Jeanne Linchet Bicot-Lindey, 
Saint-Ouen, Seine, France, as the 
next of kin of the author, who is not 
living. R 48808, Dec. 2, 1936, 20 

Petite ( La ) chocolatiere ; comedie en 
4 actes, par P. Gavault. © Paul Gav- 
ault, Paris, as the author. R 49091, 
Dec. 22, 1936, 21 

Prettiest (The) girl in Paris; by Aaron 
Hoffman. © Minnia Z. Hoffman, 
New York, as the widow of the au- 
thor. R 54063, Dec. 15, 1936. 22 

Primrose (The) path; a merry inter- 
lude of the time of good Queen Bess, 
in 2 acts, by M. C. Robinson. © Mary 
C. Robinson, Asheville, N. C, as the 
author. R 48724, Dec. 3, 1936. 23 



Procees (Le) de Jeanne d'Arc ; drame 
historique en 4 actes, par Emile Mor- 
eau. © Genevieve Ampenot Goubaud 
Moreau, Paris, as the next of kin of 
the author, who is not living. R 
54280, Jan. 7, 1937. 24 

Sire ; piece en 5 actes, par H. Lavedan. 
© Henri Lavedan, Paris, as the au- 
thor. R 54279, Jan. 7, 1937. 25 

Strange (The) adventures of Miss 
Brown; a new and original farcical 
play in 3 acts, by Robert Buchanan 
and Charles Marlowe [pseud, of H. 
Jay] © Harriett Jay, Ilford, Essex, 
England, as one of the authors. R 
48903, Dec. 15, 1936. 26 

Uncle Josh's folks ; a drama in 3 acts, 
by William and Josephine Giles. © 
William and Josephine Giles, Toledo, 
as the authors. R 48725, Dec. 3, 1936. 

27 

Under the greenwood tree ; a children's 
pastoral play in 1 act, book and lyrics 
by P. Trevor, music by Howard Carr. 
Text. © Philip Trevor, London, as 
the author. R 48730, Dec. 3, 1936. 

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CLASSES L AND M 

MOTION PICTURES 



Ace Drummond ; chap. 13, The world's 
akin, based on the newspaper feature 
entitled Ace Drummond created by 
Eddie Rickenbacker, screen play by 
Wyndham Gittens, Norman S. Hall 
and Ray Trampe, directed by Ford 
Beebe and Cliff Smith. 2 reels. © 
Dec. 29, 1936; 2 c. and description 
Dec. 31 ; L 6815 ; Universal produc- 
tions, inc., New York. 741 

After the thin man ; from the story by 
Dashiell Hammett, screen play by 
Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett, 
directed by W. S. Van Dyke. 12 reels. 
© Dec. 21, 1936 ; 2 c. and description 
Jan 5, 1937 ; L 6821 ; Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer corp., New York. 742 

All scarlet. See Racing lady. 

April romance ; romance to the music 
of Franz Schubert, screen play by 
Franz Schulz, John Drinkwater, 
Roger Burford and G. H. Clutsam, 
directed by Paul L. Stein. 8 reels. 
© Dec. 22, 1936 ; 2 c. and description 
Jan. 22, 1937; L 6870; Metro-Gold- 
wyn-Mayer corp., New York. 743 

Beloved enemy ; screen play by John 
Balderston, Rose Franken and Wil- 
liam Brown Meloney, directed by 
H. C. Potter. 9 reels. © Jan. 4, 
1937 ; 2 c. and description Jan. 4 ; 
L 6807 ; Samuel Goldwyn, New York. 

744 

Beware of ladies ; original screen play 
by L. C. Dublin, directed by Irving 
Pichel. 7 reels. © Dec. 21, 1936; 
2 c. and description Jan. 5, 1937 ; L 
6816; Republic pictures corp., New 
York. 745 

Big (The) game; based on a story by 
Francis Wallace, screen play by 
Irwin Shaw, directed by George Nich- 
olls, jr. (A Pandro S. Berman pro- 
duction) 8 reels. © Oct. 9, 1936; 
2 c. and description Jan. 6, 1937 ; L 
6828 ; RKO-radio pictures, inc., New 
York. 746 

Bill Burnham's new friends. Reel. © 
Jan. 11, 1937; 2 c. and description 
Jan. 27; M 7102; AudiVision, inc., 
New York. 747 



Bill Burnham's new job. Reel. © 
Jan. 11, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
Jan. 27; M 7103; AudiVision, inc., 
New York. 748 

Black legion ; story by Robert Lord, 
screen play by Abem Finkel and Wil- 
liam W T ister Haines, directed by Ar- 
chie L. Mayo. 10 reels. © Dec. 29, 
1936; 2 c. and description Jan. 11, 
1937 ; L 6843 ; Warner bros. pictures, 
inc. and the Vitaphone corp., New 
York. 749 

Bold (The) caballero ; based on an idea 
by Johnston McCulley, original screen 
play by and directed by Wells Root. 
8 reels. © Jan. 4, 1937; 2 c. and 
description Jan. 6 ; L 6831 ; Republic 
pictures corp., New York. 750 

Border phantom ; original story and 
screen play by Fred Myton, directed 
by S. Roy Luby. 6 reels. © Dec. 28, 
1936; 2 c. and description Jan. 6, 
1937 ; L 6830 ; Republic pictures corp., 
New York. 751 

Breezing home ; original story by Finley 
Peter Dunne, jr. and Philip Dunne, 
screen play by Charles Grayson, di- 
rected by Milton Carruth. 7 reels. 
© Jan. 28, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
Jan. 29 ; L 6879 ; Universal pictures 
co., inc., New York. 752 

Bridge (The) of terror. See Jungle 
Jim. 

Broadway highlights ; no. 8, narrated 
by Ted Husing, edited by Fred Wal- 
ler, Milton Hocky and Carl Timin. 
Reel. © Dec. 11, 1936; 2 c. and de- 
scription Jan. 4, 1937 ; M 7033 ; Para- 
mount pictures, inc., New York. 753 

Bulldog Drummond again. See Bulldog 
Drummond escapes. 

Bulldog Drummond escapes ; based on 
the play Bulldog Drummond again by 
H. C. (Sapper) McNeile and Gerard 
Fairlie, screen play by Edward T. 
Lowe, directed by James Hogan. 7 
reels. © Jan. 21, 1937 ; 2 c. Jan. 22 ; 
description Jan. 21; L 6868; Para- 
mount pictures, inc., New York. 754 



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Bully (A) frog; by Paul Terry, Man- 
nie Davis and George Gordon. Heel. 
© Sept. 18, 1936 ; 2 c. and description 
Jan. 4, 1937; M 7037; Terrytoons, 
inc., New Rochelle, N. Y. 755 

Camille ; from the play and novel by 
Alexandre Dumas fils, screen play by 
Zoe Akins, Frances Marion and 
James Hilton, directed by George 
Cukor. 12 reels. © Dec. 25, 1936; 
2 c. and description Jan. 11, 1937 ; L 
6845 ; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., 
New York. 756 

Career woman ; based on a story by 
Gene Fowler, screen play by Lamar 
Trotti, directed by Lewis Seiler. 8 
reels. © Dec. 18, 1936; 2 c. and 
description Jan. 15, 1937; L 6858; 
Twentieth century-Fox film corp., 
New York. 757 

Cobra (The) strikes. See Jungle Jim. 

College holiday ; screen play by J. P. 
McEvoy, Harlan Ware, Henry Myers 
and Jay Gorney, directed by Frank 
Tuttle. 9 reels. © Dec. 25, 1936; 
2 c. and description Jan. 14, 1937 ; 
L 6856; Paramount pictures, inc., 
New York. 758 

Colorful islands — Madagascar and Sey- 
chelles. (A FitzPatrick traveltalk) 
Reel. © Nov. 17, 1936; 2 c. and de- 
scription Jan. 7, 1937; M 7052; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New 
York. 759 

Dangerous number ; from the story by 
Leona Dalrymple, screen play by 
Carey Wilson, directed by Richard 
Thorpe. 8 reels. © Jan. 25, 1937; 
2 c. and description Jan. 28; L 
6878 ; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., 
New York. 760 

Devil (The) on horseback; original 
story and screen play by and directed 
by Crane Wilbur. 8 reels. © Sept. 
30, 1936 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1937 ; descrip- 
tion Jan. 12 ; L 6850 ; Grand national 
films, inc., New York. 761 

Devil's playground; screen play by 
Liam O'Flaherty, Jerome Chodorov 
and Dalton Trumbo, directed by Erie 
C. Kenton. 8 reels. © Jan. 18, 1937 ; 
2 c. Jan. 18 ; description Jan. 19 ; L 
6865 ; Columbia pictures corp. of 
Calif., ltd., Los Angeles. 762 

Dexterity ; directed by David Miller. 
(A Pete Smith specialty) Reel. © 
Jan. 15, 1937 : 2 c. and description 
Jan. 18; M 7072; Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer corp., New York. 763 



Dogging it around the world ; produced 
by Truman Talley, edited by Lew 
Lehr. (Adventures of the newsreel 
cameraman) Reel. © Nov. 13, 1936 ; 
2 c. and description Jan. 13, 1937 ; M 
7065 ; Twentieth century-Fox film 
corp., New York. 764 

Don Donald. (A Walt Disney Mickey 
Mouse) Reel. © Dec. 18, 1936; 2 c. 
Jan. 18, 1937; description Jan. 19; 
M 7074; Walt Disney productions, 
ltd., Los Angeles. 765 

Don't look now ; no. 7568, animation by 
Robert Clampett and Joe D'Igalo, 
produced by Leon Schlesinger. (Mer- 
rie melodies) Reel. © Dec. 30, 1936 ; 
2 c. and description Jan. 7, 1937 ; 
M 7051 ; Vitaphone corp., New York. 

766 

Dough-nuts ; no. 1970-71, story by Bur- 
net Hershey and Jack Henley, di- 
rected by Lloyd French. 2 reels. © 
Dec. 29, 1936; 2 c. and description 
Jan. 11, 1937; L 6844; Vitaphone 
corp., New York. 767 

Drums of doom. See Jungle Jim. 

Earth (The) trembles. See Jungle Jim. 

Every Sunday; written by Mauri 
Grashin, directed by Felix E. Feist. 
(A tabloid musical) Reel. © Dec. 
9, 1936; 2 c. and description Jan. 4, 
1937 ; M 7038 : Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer 
corp., New York. 768 

Farmer Al Falfa in The tin can tour- 
ist; by Paul Terry, Mannie Davis 
and George Gordon. Reel. © Jan. 
22, 1937 ; 2 c. and description Jan. 
25; M 7082; Terry Toons, inc., New 
Rochelle, N. Y. 769 

Find the witness ; story by Richard 
Sale, screen play by Grace Neville 
and Fred Niblo, jr., directed by 
David Selman. 6 reels. © Jan. 5, 
1937 ; 2 c. Jan. 5 ; description Jan. 6 ; 
L 6832; Columbia pictures corp. of 
Calif., ltd., Los. Angeles. 770 

Fishing thrills ; narrative by Jack Ko- 
foed, described by Dan Seymour. 
Reel. © Jan. 29, 1937; 2 c. and de- 
scription Jan. 29; M 7112; Columbia 
pictures corp. of Calif., ltd., Los 
Angeles. 771 

Four days' wonder ; from the novel by 
A. A. Milne, screen play by Harvey 
Thew and Michael H. Uris, directed by 
Sidney Salkow. 7 reels. © Dec. 24, 



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1936; 2 c. and description Dec. 28; 
L 6813 ; Universal pictures corp., 
New York. 772 

Fox movietone news. 1 reel each. © 
Movietonews, inc., New York. 

773-787 
v. 19, no. 16-20. © Nov. 5, 10, 12, 
17, 19, 1936; 2 c. and description 
each Jan. 5, 1937 ; M 7042-7046. 
v. 19, no. 21-30, produced by Truman 
Talley. © Nov. 24, 26, Dec. 1, 3, 
8, 10, 15, 17, 22, 24, 1936; 2 c. and 
description each Jan. 26, 1937; M 
7086-7095. 

General Spanky ; original story and 
screen play by Richard Flournoy, 
Hal Yates and John Guedel, directed 
by Fred Newmeyer and Gordon 
Douglas. 8 reels. © Dec. 4, 1936; 
2 c. and description Jan. 4, 1937 ; L 
6811 ; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., 
New York. 788 

Geysers of the Yellowstone. Reel. © 
Oct. 20, 1936 ; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1937 ; de- 
scription Jan. 22 ; M 7080 ; Royal re- 
vuqs, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 789 

Gifts from the air ; story by Ben Har- 
rison, animation by Manny Gould. 
(A color rhapsody) Reel. © Dec. 
22, 1936; 2 c. Dec. 23; description 
Jan. 4, 1937; M 7036; Screen gems, 
inc., Los Angeles. 790 

Girls' dormitory ; from a play by Ladi- 
slaus Fodor, screen play by Gene 
Markey, directed by Irving Cum- 
mings. 7 reels. © Aug. 14, 1936; 
2 c. and description Jan. 5, 1937 ; L 
6819; Twentieth century-Fox film 
corp., New York. 791 

Going places with Lowell Thomas ; no. 
32, narrated by Lowell Thomas. 
Reel. © Jan. 20, 1937; 2 c. and de- 
scription Jan. 21 ; M 7076 ; Universal 
pictures co., inc., New York. 792 

Gold diggers of 1937 ; based on the play 
Sweet mystery of life by Richard 
Maibaum, Michael Wallach and 
George Haight, screen play by War- 
ren Duff, directed by Lloyd Bacon. 
12 reels. © Dec. 31, 1936; 2 c. and 
description Jan. 4, 1937; L 6808; 
Warner bros. pictures, inc. and the 
Vitaphone Corp., New York. 793 

Graveyard of ships ; narration by Alois 
Havrilla, text by Harold McCracken. 
(World on parade no. 4) Reel. © 
Nov. 27, 1936; 2 c. and description 
Jan. 11, 1937; M 7055; Van Beuren 
corp., New York. 794 



Great guy ; based on stories by James 
Edward Grant, screen play by Henry 
McCarty and Henry Johnson, directed 
by John G. Bly stone. 8 reels. © 
Jan. 1, 1937; 2 c. and description 
Jan. 11; L 6846; Grand national 
films, inc., New York. 795 

Great (The) O'Malley ; based on story 
by Gerald Beaumont, screen play by 
Milton Krims and Tom Reed, di- 
rected by William Dieterle. 8 reels. 
© Dec. 30, 1936 ; 2 c. and description 
Jan. 14, 1937; L 6853; Warner bros. 
pictures, inc. and the Vitaphone corp., 
New York. 796 

Green light ; from the novel by Lloyd 
C. Douglas, screen play by Milton 
Krims, directed by Frank Borzage. 
9 reels. © Jan. 25, 1937; 2 c. and 
description Jan. 26 ; L 6874 ; Warner 
bros. pictures, inc. and the Vitaphone 
corp., New York. 797 

Grips, grunts and groans; story by 
Searle Kramer and Herman Boxer, 
screen play by Clyde Bruckman, di- 
rected by Preston Black. 2 reels. 
© Jan. 5, 1937 ; 2 c. Jan. 5 ; descrip- 
tion Jan. 9 ; L 6841 ; Columbia pic- 
tures corp., of Calif., ltd., Los 
Angeles. 798 

Hats off ; original story and screen play 
by Sam Fuller and Edmund Joseph, 
produced and directed by Boris Pet- 
roff. 8 reels. © Dec. 31, 1936; 2 c. 
Jan. 6, 1937 ; description Jan. 7 ; L 
6834 ; Grand national films, inc., New 
York. 799 

Heilige (Die) luege. See Star for a 
night. 

High-C honeymoon ; story by Marcy 
Klauber and Arthur Jarrett, pro- 
duced by Al Christie. 2 reels. © 
Jan. 1, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
Jan. 14; L 6855; Educational films 
corp. of America, New York. 800 

Hillbilly (The) goat; story by Leslie 
Goodwins and Monty Collins, di- 
rected by Leslie Goodwins. (Ken- 
nedy no. 2) 2 reels. © Jan. 15, 1937 ; 
2 c. and description Jan. 18 ; L 6861 ; 
RKO-radio pictures, inc., New York. 

801 

Hollywood' — the second step ; screen 
play by Mauri Grashin, directed by 
Felix E. Feist. (A miniature) 
Reel. © Dec. 15, 1936; 2 c. and 
description Jan. 4, 1937; L 6812; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New 
York. 802 



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House of magic ; story by Walter Lantz 
and Victor McLeod, artists, Manuel 
Moreno, George Dane and Louis 
Zukor. (Meany, Miny, Moe) Reel. 
© Jan. 22, 1937; 2 c. Jan. 22; de- 
scription Jan. 26 ; M 7085 ; Universal 
pictures Corp., New York. 803 

I hate war ; written and narrated by 
Tom Terriss, edited by Milton 
Schwarz. 3 reels. © Jan. 19, 1937 ; 
2 c. Jan. 19 ; description Jan. 21 ; 
M 7075; Kinotrade, New York. 804 

In old Wyoming. Reel. © Jan. 15, 
1937 ; 2 c. and description Jan. 25 ; 
M 7084 ; Paramount pictures, inc., 
New York. 805 

Into the lion's den. See Jungle Jim. 

Jail bait; story by Paul Gerard Smith, 
directed by Charles Lamont. 2 reels. 
© Jan. 8, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
Jan. 14; L 6854; Educational films 
corp. of America, New York. 806 

Jungle Jim; based on the newspaper 
feature entitled Jungle Jim, screen 
play by Wyndham Gittens, Norman 
S. Hall and Ray Trampe, directed 
by Ford Beebe and Cliff Smith. 2 
reels each. © Universal pictures 
corp., New York. 807-812 

Chap. 1, Into the lion's den. © Dec. 
.29, 1936; 2 c. and description Dec. 
31; L 6822. 

Chap. 2, The cobra strikes. © Dec. 
29, 1936: 2 c. and description Dec. 
31; L 6823. 

Chap. 3, The menacing berd. © Dec. 
29, 1936 ; 2 c. and description Dec. 
31 ; L 6824. 

Chap. 4, The killer's trail. © Dec. 
29, 1936; 2 c. and description Dec. 
31 ; L 6825, 

Chap. 5, The bridge of terror. © 
Dec. 29 1 , 1936; 2 c. and description 
Dec. 31; L 6826. 

Chap. 6, Drums of doom. © Dec. 
29, 1936; 2 c. and description Deo 
31 ; L 6827. 

Jungle Jim; based on the newspaper 
feature entitled Jungle Jim, screen 
play by Wyndham Gittens, Norman 
S. Hall and Ray Trampe, directed by 
Ford Beebe and Cliff Smith. 2 reels 
each. © Universal pictures co., inc., 
New York. 813,814 

Chap. 7, The earth trembles. © Jan. 
15. 1937 ; 2 c. and description Jan. 
16 ; L 6859. 



Chap. 8, The killer lion. © Jan. 22, 
1937 ; 2 c. Jan. 23 ; description Jan. 
26 ; L 6875. 

Killer (The) lion. See Jungle Jim. 

Killer's (The) trail. See Jungle Jim. 

Knee action ; story by A] Giebler, 
screen play by Al Giebler and Ell- 
wood Ullman, directed by Charles 
Lamont. 2 reels. © Dec. 28, 1936; 
2 c. Dec. 28 ; description Jan. 9, 1937 ; 
L 6840; Columbia pictures corp. of 
Calif., ltd., Los Angeles. 815 

Lassen volcanic national park. Reel. 
© Oct. 20, 1936 ; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1937 ; 
description Jan. 22; M 7081; Royal 
revues, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 816 

Laughing at trouble; based on a play 
by Adelyn Bushnell, screen play by 
Robert Ellis and Helen Logan, di- 
rected by Frank R. Strayer. 7 reels. 
© Dec. 11, 1936; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Jan. 15, 1937 ; L 6857 ; Twentieth 
century-Fox film corp., New York. 

817 

Law of the ranger ; story by Jesse A. 
Duffy and Joseph Levering, screen 
play by Nate Gatzert, directed by 
Spencer Gordon Bennet. 6 reels. © 
Jan. 26, 1937 ; 2 c. Jan. 26 ; descrip- 
tion Jan. 28 ; L 6877 ; Columbia pic- 
tures corp. of Calif., ltd., New York. 

818 

Let's make a million ; based on a story 
by Lawrence Pohle and Thomas 
Ahearn, screen play by Robert Yost 
and Manuel Seff, directed by Ray- 
mond McCarey. 7 reels. © Dec. 18, 
1936; 2 c. and description Jan. 7, 
1937 ; L 6833 ; Paramount pictures, 
inc., New York. 819 

Little Beau Porky ; no. 7595, animation 
by Robert Bentley and Nelson Dem- 
orest, produced by Leon Schlesinger. 
(Looney tunes) Reel. © Dec. 29, 
1936; 2 c. and description Jan. 11, 
1937 ; M 7053 ; Vitaphone corp., New 
York. 820 

Look at the figures. Reel. © Dec. 17, 
1936; 2 c. and description Jan. 27, 
1937; M 7104; AudiVision, inc., New 
York. 821 

Mad holiday; suggested by the story 
Murder in a Chinese theatre by Jo- 
seph Santley, screen play by Flor- 
ence Ryerson and Edgar Allan 
Woolf, directed by George B. Seitz. 
S reels. © Dec. 3, 1936; 2 c. and 
description Jan. 18; L 6863; Metro- 
Goldwvn-Mayer corp, New York. 

S22 



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no. 1, 1937 



847 



Man (A) betrayed; original screen 
play by Dorrell and Stuart Mc- 
Gowan, directed by John H. Auer. 
6 reels. © Dec. 28, 1936; 2 c. and 
description Jan. 8, 1937; L 6835; 
Republic pictures corp., New York. 

823 

March (The) of Time; v. 3, no. 5. 2 
reels. © Dec. 25, 1936; 2 c. and 
description Jan. 21, 1937; M 7077; 
March of Time, inc., New York. 824 

Menacing (The) herd. See Jungle 
Jim. 

Merry (The) cafe; story by Allen 
Rose, animation by Harry Love. (A 
Charles Mintz production) Reel. © 
Dec. 28, 1936 ; 2 c. Dec. 28 ; descrip- 
tion Jan. 7, 1937; M 7049; Screen 
gems, inc., Los Angeles. 825 

Mighty (The) Treve ; from the story 
by Albert Payson Terhune, screen 
play by Albert R. Perkins, Marcus 
Goodrich and Charles Grayson, di- 
rected by Lewis D. Collins. 7 reels. 
© Jan. 7, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
Jan. 8; L 6842; Universal pictures 
co., inc., New York. 826 

Murder in a Chinese theatre. See Mad 
holiday. 

Music, music everywhere; continuity 
by Milton Hocky and Fred Rath, di- 
rected by Fred Waller. Reel. © 
Dec. 18, 1936; 2 c. and description 
Jan. 4, 1937; M 7035; Paramount 
pictures, inc., New York. 827 

Never too late to learn. Reel. © Jan. 
8, 1937 ; 2 c. and description Jan. 27 ; 
M 7111 ; Richfield oil corp., New 
York. 828 

Odds are even. See Racing lady. 

Old (The) corral; original story by 
Bernard McConville, screen play by 
Sherman Lowe and Joseph Poland, 
directed by Joseph Kane. 6 reels. 
© Dec. 21, 1936 ; 2 c. and description 
Jan. 5, 1937; L 6817; Republic pic- 
tures corp., New York. 829 

Once a doctor ; original story by Frank 
Daugherty and Paul Perez, screen 
play by Robertson White and Ben 
Grauman Kohn, directed by William 
Clemens. 6 reels. © Dec. 29, 1936; 
2 c. and description Jan. 8, 1937; L 
6836 ; Warner bros. pictures, inc. and 
the Vitaphone corp., New York. 830 

Oriental paradise. (A FitzPatrick 
travel talk) Reel. © Jan. 5, 1937; 
2 c. and description Jan. 14; M 



7069 ; Metro-Gold wyn-Mayer corp., 
New York. 831 

Paramount news. © Paramount pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 832-839 
No. 31-36. 1 reel each. © Nov. 19, 

23, 26, 30, Dec. 3, 7, 1936; 2 c. 

and description each Jan. 11, 1937 ; 

M 7056-7061. 
No. 37. 2 reels. © Dec. 10, 1936; 

2 c. and description Jan. 11, 1937 ; 

M 7062. 
No. 38. 2 reels. © Dec. 14, 1936; 

2 c. and description Jan. 11, 1937 ; 

M 7063. 

Paramount pictorial 6. 1 reel each. 
© Paramount pictures, inc.. New 
York. 840, 841 

No. 5, narrated by Alois Havrilla. 
© Dec. 11, 1936 ; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Jan. 4, 1937; M 7034. 
No. 6. © Jan. 8, 1937 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription Jan. 25; M 7083. 

Pepper; based on a story by Jefferson 
Parker and Murray Roth, screen play 
by Lamar Trotti. 7 reels. © Sept. 
11, 1936; 2 c. and description Jan. 
13, 1937 ; L 6848 ; Twentieth century- 
Fox film corp., New York. 842 

Plainsman (The) ; based on data from 
stories by Courtney Riley Cooper 
and Frank J. Wilstach, screen play 
by Waldemar Young, Harold Lamb, 
and Lynn Riggs, directed by Cecil 
B. DeMille. 12 reels. © Jan. 1, 
1937 ; 2 c. and description Jan. 11 ; 
L 6847 ; Paramount pictures, inc., 
New York. 843 

Play ! Girls ; story by Art Jarrett and 
Marcy Klauber, directed by Walter 
Graham. Reel. © Nov. 6, 1936 ; 2 c. 
and description Jan. 14, 1937 ; L 
6852; Skibo productions, inc., New 
York. 844 

Popular science ; J6-2, written and nar- 
rated by Gayne Whitman. Reel. © 
Dec. 25, 1936; 2 c. and description 
Jan. 7, 1937 ; M 7048 ; Paramount pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 845 

Porky in the northwoods ; no. 7637, ani- 
mation by Volney White and Norman 
McCabe, supervision by Frank Tash- 
lin. (Looney tunes) Reel. © Dec. 
29, 1936 ; 2 c. and description Jan. 11, 
1937 ; M 7054 ; Vitaphone corp., New 
York. 846 

Porky the wrestler ; no. 7635, anima- 
tion by Charles Jones and Elmer 
Wait, produced by Leon Schlesinger. 
Reel. © Dec. 30, 1936 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription Jan. 7, 1937 ; M 7050 ; Vita- 
phone corp., New York. 847 



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pt. i, n. s., v. 10 



Practically perfect ; story by Parke 
Levy, directed by William Watson. 
2 reels. © Jan. 15, 1937; 2 c. and 
description Jan. 25; L 6872; Educa- 
tional films corp. of America, New 
York. 848 

Pups' (The) Christmas. (A Hugh Ru- 
dorf Harman-Ising cartoon in techni- 
color) Reel. © Dec. 9, 1936; 2 c. 
and description Jan. 4, 1937 ; M 7039 ; 
Metro-Gold wyn-Mayer corp., New 
York. 849 

Racing lady ; based on All scarlet by 
Damon Runyon and Odds are even by 
J. Robert Bren and Norman Houston, 
screen play by Dorothy Yost, Thomas 
Lennon and Cortland Fitzsimmons, 
directed by Wallace Fox. 6 reels. © 
Jan. 18, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
Jan. 18 ; L 6860 ; RKO-radio pictures, 
inc., New York. 850 

Reunion in rhythm ; directed by Gor- 
don Douglas. (Hal Roach Our gang 
comedy) Reel. © Jan. 14, 1937; 2 
c. and description Jan. 18 ; L 6862 ; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New 
York. 851 

Riders (The) of the whistling skull; 
based on book by William Colt Mac- 
Donald, original story by Bernard 
McConville and Oliver Drake, screen 
play by Oliver Drake and John Rath- 
mell, directed by Mack V. Wright. 
6 reels. © Jan. 4, 1937 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription Jan. 6 ; L 6829 ; Republic 
pictures corp., New York. 852 

Robinson Crusoe of Clipper Island ; epi- 
sodes 1-6, screen play and original 
story by Morgan Cox, Barry Shipman 
and Maurice Geraghty, directed by 
Mack V. Wright and Ray Taylor. 13 
reels. © Nov. 19, 1936 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription Jan. 5, 1937; L 6818; Re- 
public pictures corp., New York. 

853 

Runaway marriage; edited by Belle 
Tracey, directed by B. K. Blake. 
(The court of human relations) 
Reel. © Dec. 18, 1936 ; 2 c. Dec. 18 ; 
description Jan. 23, 1937: L 6871; 
Tru pictures co., inc., New York. 854 

Salty McGuire ; by Paul Terry, Mannie 
Davis and George Gordon. Reel. © 
Jan. 8, 1937 ; 2 c. and description Jan. 
14 ; M 7068 : Terrytoons, inc., New 
Rochelle, N. Y. 855 

School for swing; directed by Milton 
Schwarzwald. Reel. © Dec. 29, 
1936; 2 c. and description Dec. SI; 
L 6814 ; Universal pictures corp., New 
York. 856 



Sell safety — Diamond tires. Reel. © 
Dec. 31, 1936; 2 c. and description 
Jan. 27, 1937; M 7107; AudiVision, 
inc., New York. 857 

Sell safety — Hood tires. Reel. © Dec. 
31, 1936 ; 2 c. and description Jan. 27, 
1937; M 7105; AudiVision, inc., New 

York. 858 

Sell safety— Miller tires. Reel. © 
Dec. 31, 1936; 2 c. and description 
Jan. 27, 1987; M 7106.; AudiVision, 
inc., New York. 859 

She's a natural. Reel. © Dec. 23, 
1936; 2 c. and description Jan. 27, 
1937 ; M 7101 ; AudiVision, inc., New 

York. 860 

She's dangerous ; original story by Mur- 
ray Roth and Ben Ryan, screen play 
by Lionel Houser and Albert R. Per- 
kins, directed by Lewis R. Foster and 
Milton Carruth. 7 reels. © Jan. 12, 
1937; 2 c. and description Jan. 13; 
L 6851 ; Universal pictures co., inc., 
New York. 861 

Sing, baby, sing ; original story by Mil- 
ton Sperling and Jack Yellen, screen 
play by Milton Sperling, Jack Yellen 
and Harry Tugend, directed by Sid- 
ney Lanfield. 10 reels. © Aug. 21, 
1936; 2 c. and description Jan. 8, 
1937 ; L 6837 ; Twentieth century-Fox 
film corp., New York. 862 

Sing me a love song ; original story by 
Harry Sauber, screen play by Sig 
Herzig and Jerry Wald, directed by 
Raymond Enright. 10 reels. © Dec. 
30, 1986 ; 2 c. and description Jan. 5, 
1937 ; L 6820 ; Warner bros. pictures, 
inc. and the Vitaphone corp., New 
York. 863 

Sinner take all ; from a novel by Whit- 
man Chambers, screen play by Leon- 
ard Lee and Walter Wise, directed 
by Errol Taggart. 8 reels. © Dec. 
22, 1936 ; 2 c. and description Jan. 25, 
1937; L 6873; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer 
corp., New York. 864 

Skeleton frolic ; directed by Ub Iwerks. 
Reel. © Jan. 25, 1937 ; 2 c. Jan. 25 ; 
description Jan. 28; M 7098; Screen 
gems, inc., Los Angeles. 865 

Smashing the vice trust ; directed by 
John Melville. 7 reels. © Jan. 3, 
1937 ; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1936 : description 
Jan. 22, 1937; L 6869; Willis Kent, 
Los Angeles. 866 

Spinach (The) roadster: animated by 
Willard Bowsky and George Germa- 
netti, directed by Dave Fleischer. 



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MOTION PICTURES 



no. 1, 1937 



891 



Reel. © Nov. 27, 1936; 2 c. Jan. 4, 
1937; description Dec. 18, 1936; M 
7032; Paramount pictures, inc., New 
York. 867 

Spookv hooky ; directed by Gordon 
Douglas. Reel. © Dec. 28, 1936; 2 
c. and description Jan. 4, 1937 ; L 
6810; Metro-Gold wyn-Mayer corp., 
New York. 868 

Sporting pals ; narrated by Ted Husing. 
(The Grantland Rice Sportlight) 
Reel. © Jan. 1, 1937; 2 c. and de- 
scription Jan. 18 ; M 7073 ; Para- 
mount pictures, inc., New York. 869 

Star for a night ; based on the play Die 
heilige luege by Karin Michaelis, 
screen play by Frances Hyland and 
Saul Elkins, directed by Lewis Seiler. 
8 reels. © Aug. 28, 1936; 2 c. and 
description Jan. 8, 1937; L 6838; 
Twentieth century-Fox film Corp., 
New York. 870 

Stolen holiday ; original story by War- 
ren Duff and Virginia Kellogg, screen 
play by Casey Robinson, directed by 
Michael Curtiz. 10 reels. © Jan. 21, 
1937; 2 c. and description Jan. 21; 
L 6866 ; Warner bros. pictures, inc. 
and the Vitaphone corp., New York. 

871 

Sweet mystery of life. See Gold dig- 
gers of 1937. 

Talk tires — Hood version. Reel. © 
Dec. 31, 1936; 2 c. and description 
Jan. 27, 1987; M 7110; AudiVision, 
inc., New York. 872 

That girl from Paris ; based on a story 
by Jane Murfin, suggested by story 
by J. Carey Wonderly, adaptation by 
Joseph A. Fields, screen play by P. J. 
Wolfson and Dorothy Yost, directed 
by Leigh Jason. 12 reels. © Dec. 31, 
1936; 2 c. and description Jan. 21, 
1937; L 6867; RKO-radio pictures, 
inc., New York. 873 

That's pictures ; no. 2016-7, written and 
directed by Roy Mack. 2 reels. © 
Dec. 30, 1936; 2 c. and description 
Jan. 4, 1937 ; L 6809 ; Vitaphone corp., 
New York. 874 

Times have changed. Reel. © Dec. 18, 
1936; 2 c. and description Jan. 27, 
1937; M 7108; AudiVision, inc., New 
York. 875 

Touring Brazil; narrated by Ed Thor- 
gersen. edited by Lew Lehr. (Along 
the road to romance on the magic 
carpet of movietone) Reel. © Nov. 
13, 1936 ; 2 c. and description Jan. 13, 



1937; M 7064; Twentieth century- 
Fox film corp., New York. 876 

Under cover of night ; original story 
and screen play by Bertram Mill- 
hauser, directed by George B. Seitz. 
8 reels. © Jan. 12, 1937; 2 c. and 
description Jan. 18 ; L 6864 ; Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New York. 

877 

Under your spell ; based on stories by 
Bernice Mason and Sy Bartlett, 
screen play by Frances Hyland and 
Saul Elkins, directed by Otto Ludwig 
Preminger. 7 reels. © Nov. 6, 1936 ; 
2 c. and description Jan. 13, 1937 ; 
L 6849; Twentieth century-Fox film 
corp., New York. 878 

Universal newsreel. 1 reel each. © 
Universal pictures corp., New York. 

879^-888 

No. 513, 514. © Nov. 24, 27, 1936; 
2 c. each Dec. 28 ; description each 
Dec. 31 ; M 7040, 7041. 

No. 515, 516, © Dec. 1, 4, 1936 ; 2 c. 
each Jan. 13, 1937 ; description each 
Jan. 6; M 7066, 7067. 

No. 517, 518. © Dec. 8, 11, 1936 ; 2 c. 
and description each Jan. 13, 1937 ; 
M 7070, 7071. 

No. 519, 520'. © Dec. 15, 18, 1936; 
2 c. each Jan. 27, 1937 ; description 
each Jan. 21 ; M 7006, 7097. 

No. 521, 522. © Dec. 22, 25, 1936; 
2 c. and description each Jan. 27, 
1937 ; M 7099; 7100. 

Wanted ! Jane Turner ; from an idea 
suggested by Julius Klein, story by 
John Twist and Edmund L. Hart- 
mann, screen play by John Twist, 
directed by Edward Killy. 7 reels. 
© Dec. 4, 1986; 2 c. and description 
Jan. 4, 1937 ; L 6806 ; RKO-radio pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 889 

We who are about to die; from the 
novel by David Lamson, screen play 
by John Twist, directed by Christy 
Cabanne. 9 reels. © Dec. 17, 1936; 
2 c. and description Jan. 4, 1937; L 
6805 ; RKO-radio pictures, inc., New 
York. 890 

Westbound mail; story by James P. 
Hogan, screen play by Frances Gui- 
han, directed by Folmer Blangsted. 
6 reels. © Jan. 26, 1937; 2 c. Jan. 
26; description Jan. 28; L 6876; 
Columbia pictures corp. of Calif., ltd., 
New York. 891 



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pt. i, n. s., v. 10 



Wheel (The) of chance. Reel. © Dec. 
17, 1936 ; 2 c. and description Jan. 27, 
1937 ; M 7109 ; AudiVision, inc., New 
York. 892 

Where champions meet ; edited by Fred 
Waller and Carl Timin, narrated by 
Ted Husing, commentary by Justin 
Herman. Reel. © Jan. 8, 1937 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 22 ; description Jan. 21 ; M 7078 ; 
Paramount pictures, inc., New York. 

893 

Woman in distress ; story by Edwin 
Olmstead, screen play by Albert De- 
Mond, directed by Lynn Shores. 8 
reels. © Jan. 8, 1987; 2 c. Jan. 8; 



description Jan. 9 ; L 6839 ; Columbia 
pictures corp. of Calif., ltd., Los 
Angeles. 894 

World's (The) akin. See Ace Druin- 
mond. 

Worm (The) turns. (A Walt Disney 
Mickey Mouse) Reel. © Dec. 2, 
1936; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1937; description 
Jan. 6; M 7047; Walt Disney pro- 
ductions, ltd., Los Angeles. 895 

Yellowstone — the last outpost of Amer- 
ica's wild life. Reel. © Oct 20, 
1936; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1937; description 
Jan. 22; M 7079; Royal revues, inc., 
Hollywood, Calif. 896 



Number of entries in classes L and M included in the catalog since Jan. 1, 
1937: 

Motion-picture photoplays 75 

Motion pictures other than photoplays 81 

Total 156 



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COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



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COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891, 
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PART 1, GROUP 3 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 

MOTION PICTURES 



1937 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 10 
No. 2 



UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON : 1937 



HP HE Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four, parts. Part I, Group 3, 
■*• issued monthly, contains titles of Dramatic compositions and Motion pictures. 

Group 3 contains, in two separate alphabets, the titles of the entries made in 
Class "D", Dramatic compositions, and Dramatico-musical compositions, arranged 
alphabetically by title; class "L", Motion-picture photoplays; and Class "M", 
Motion pictures other than photoplays, arranged alphabetically by title. 

Under the act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 1909, the preliminary 
entry of titles has been abrogated and registration follows deposit of copies with 
an application for entry in the Copyright Office. 

To save space in the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbre- 
viated. The abbreviations used in this part are as follows: "D", Class D, Dramatic 
compositions; "L", Class L, Motion-picture photoplays; and "M", Class M, Motion 
pictures other than photoplays. "©" implies copyright registration of a published 
work followed by date of publication; "<£) 1 c." stands for copyright of an unpub- 
lished work, followed by date of receipt in the Copyright Office of the printed or 
manuscript copy; and "2 c." for two copies, followed by date of their receipt. 

A list of dramatic compositions of which the subsisting copyright has been 
renewed under sections 23 and 24 of the act of March 4, 1909, will be found in this 
issue immediately following the drama list. 

Imprints. — When the publishers of dramatic compositions are also the claimants 
of copyright, their names are omitted from the imprint. 

The annual index contains the names of all copyright proprietors, the names of 
authors and titles of dramatic compositions, and the titles of all motion pictures. 

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CLASS D 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



A. & P. bandwagon ; by Ted Collins. 
Jan. 28, 1937. © 1 c. Feb. 1, 1937; 
D. 47440; Paris & Peart, New York. 

897 



Feb. 



4, 11, 18, 1937. © 1 c. 
each Feb. 20, 1937: D 47838-47840; 
Paris & Peart, New York. 898-900 

Abbey press ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
I. Morgenstern. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1937 ; 
D 47548 ; Irvin Morgenstern, New 
York. 901 

Accusing finger. See While the city 
sleeps. 

Across the board ; a comedy in a pro- 
logue and 2 acts, by J. Berns. © 1 c. 
Feb. 24, 1937 ; D 47868 ; Julie Berns, 
New York. 902 

Adventures of Bill Baker ; a radio 
script, by Edith Meiser ; episode no. 1. 
Forced landing — and meeting up with 
Klondike. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1937; D 
47906 ; McKnight & Jordan, inc., New 
York. 903 

episode no. 2. Trailing the 

killer — and Klondike's mission. © 
1 c. Feb. 25, 1937 ; D 47907 ; McKnight 
& Jordan, inc., New York. 904 

episode no. 3. Locating 

haunted house — and surprising recep- 
tion. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1937 ; D 47908 ; 
McKnight & Jordan, inc., New York. 

905 

Adventures with Raymie and Kay ; epi- 
sodes 1-4, by L. E. Caulkins. © 1 c. 
each Feb. 20, 1937 ; D 47859 ; Louise 
Estey Caulkins, Portland, Or. 906 



All is not lost, 
life stories. 



See Aunt Jenny's real- 



All things are possible ; a play in 1 act, 
by H. F. Rubinstein. [London] 
Play rights & publications, ltd. 
[1937] 23 p. 8vo. (The amateur 
theatre series of plavs) © Feb. 2, 
1937 ; 1 c. Feb. 4 : D 47478 ; Harold F. 
Rubinstein, London. 907 

Allinone; a 3-act play, by W. H. 
Gaughan. Adapted from articles in 
a book entitled : Official observations, 



by the same author. © 1 c. Jan. 28, 
1937 ; D 47397 ; William H. Gaughan, 
San Bernardino, Calif. 908 

Alone dare the flame ; a play in 3 acts, 
by Nicholas P. Hale. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 
1937 ; D 47732 ; Allan P. Semel, Brook- 
lyn. 909 

Along came Adam ; story and screen 
play, by Lillian G. Baker [i. e. L. G. 
Hinchie] © 1 c. Nov. 17, 1936; D 
47631; Lillian G. Hinchie, Brooklyn. 

910 

Amanda victorious ; an authentic story 
of the civil war, by J. W. Morehead 
and E. J. Laschinger. © 1 c. Feb. 
20, 1937 ; D 47831 ; Jeanette W. More- 
head, Pittsburgh. 911 

American (An) Joan of Arc; drama 
in 5 acts, by L. H. Johnson. © 1 c. 
Feb. 16, 1937 ; D 47667 ; Lillian Hart- 
man Johnson, New York. 912 

Angelica ; comedie en 3 actes, par Leo 
Ferrero. © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1937; D 
47537 ; Guglielmo Ferrero, Geneva, 
Switzerland. 913 

drame satirique en 3 actes [par] 

Leo Ferrero. [Paris] [1936] 23, 
[3] p. illus. 4to. ( [La Petite illus- 
tration, no. 800]) © Dec. 12, 1936; 
1 c. Feb. 8, 1937 ; D 47566 ; Guglielmo 
Ferrero, Geneva, Switzerland. 914 

Ann Worth — housewife ; by Thomas 
Dougall. nos. A-159— A-162. © 1 c. 
each Feb. 11, 1937; D 47624-47627; 
King-Trendle broadcasting corp., De- 
troit. 915-918 



nos. A-163. 

each Feb. 18, 1937 



A-164. © 1 c. 

D 47724, 47725; 
King-Trendle broadcasting Corp., De- 
troit. 919, 920 

Art for art's sake. See While the city 
sleeps. 

Aruhaz (Das grosse kaufhaus) ; schau- 
spiel in 10 bildern, von Ernst Andai. 
© 1 c. Dec. 28, 1936 ; D 47569 ; Julius 
Frank Bard and Francis Bard & son, 
Budapest, Hungary. 921 



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922 



pt. i, n. s., v. 10 



Ashes for the phoenix; a play in 9 
scenes, by Kathleen Pawle and Ira 
Glackens. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1937; D 
47448; Ira Dimock Glackens, New 
York, and Kathleen Pawle Lahr, 
Wilmington, Del. 922 

Asia Minor ; script for radio broadcast, 
by M. Cochones. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1937 ; 
D 47574 ; Marie Cochones, Hoboken, 
N. J. 923 

Ass with ears; a play in 3 acts, by 
Martin Arrow [pseud, of M. Stern] 
Rev. version of Fourflushers, by the 
same author. © 1 c. Jan. 28, 1937 ; 
D 47516; Martin Stern, Y^onkers, 
N. Y. 924 

Aunt Jenny's reaMife stories ; by 
Charles Morris, nos. 1-4. © 1 c. each 
Feb. 17, 1937 ; D 47685-47688 : Lever 
bros. co., Cambridge, Mass. 925-928 

nos. 5, 6. River girl, pts. 1, 2. 



© 1 c. each Feb. 17, 1937; D 47689, 
47690; Lever bros. co., Cambridge, 
Mass. 929, 930 

nos. 7, 8. Her son's father, 

pts. 1, 2. © 1 c. each Feb. 17, 1937 ; 
D 47691, 47692 ; Lever bros. co., Cam- 
bridge, Mass. 931, 932 

nos. 9, 10. Mountain girl, pts. 



1, 2. © 1 c. each Feb. 17, 1937; D 
47693, 47694; Lever bros. co.. Cam- 
bridge, Mass. 933, 934 

nos. 11, 12. My mad ambi- 
tion, pts. 1, 2. © 1 c. each Feb. 17, 
1937 ; D 47695, 47696 ; Lever bros. co., 
Cambridge, Mass. 935, 936 

— nos. 15-17. My son's sin, 



pts. 1-3. © 1 c. each Feb. 17, 1937 ; 
D 47697-47699 ; Lever bros. co., Cam- 
bridge, Mass. 937-939 

nos. 18, 19. My life in the 

shadow of death, pts. 1, 2. © 1 c. 
each Feb. 17, 1937; D 47700, 47701; 
Lever bros. co., Cambridge, Mass. 

940, 941 

nos. 20, 21. The family ty- 
rant, pts. 1. 2, © 1 c. each Feb. 25. 
1937 ; D 47893. 47894 ; Lever bros. co., 
Cambridge, Mass. 942, 943 

nos. 22-24. We thought we 

were so modern, pts. 1-3. © 1 c. 
each Feb. 25, 1937; D 47895-47897; 
Lever bros. co., Cambridge, Mass. 

944-946 

nos. 25, 26. All is not lost, 

pts. 1, 2. © 1 c each Feb. 25, 1937 ; 
D 47898, 47899 ; Lever bros. co., Cam- 
bridge, Mass. 947, 948 



— nos. 27-29. A poor man's 

wife, pts. 1-3. © 1 c.each Feb. 25, 
1937 ; D 47900-47902 ; Lever bros. co., 
Cambridge, Mass. 949-951 

nos. 30, 31. The secret locked 



in the captain's heart, pts. 1, 2. © 

1 c. each Feb. 25, 1937; D 47903, 
47904 ; Lever bros. co., Cambridge, 
Mass. 952, 953 

Ave Maria hour; by Stanley Whitman. 
The passion play, in 8 chapters to 
be presented every day from Palm 
Sunday to Easter Sunday. Version 
of the book of John. © 1 c. each 
Jan. 28, 1937 ; D 47865 ; Donald Peter- 
son, New York. 954 

Dec. 20, 1936. © 1 c. Feb. 

24, 1937 ; D 47875 ; Donald Peterson, 
New York. 955 

Jan. 24, 1937. The story of 

Brother Andre. © 1 c. Jan. 28, 1937 ; 
D 47864 ; Donald Peterson, New York. 

956 

Avon (The) flows; by George Jean 
Nathan. New York, Random house 
[1937] 190 p. 8vo. © Feb. 2, 1937 ; 

2 c. Feb. 5; D 47507; George Jean 
Nathan, New York. 957 

Awakening (The) ; a promotion play, 
by Sara E. Quay and Ellen E. Smith. 
Phoenixville, Pa., The Memorial 
junior high school [1937] 42 numb. 1. 
4to. © Feb. 3, 1937 ; 2 c. Feb. 4 ; D 
47509 ; Sara Elizabeth Quay and Ellen 
Elizabeth Smith, Phoenixville, Pa. 

958 

Back to normal ; a comedy drama in 4 
acts, by William Ryan. © 1 c. Feb. 
13, 1937 ; D 47711 ; William J. Ryan, 
Norwalk, Conn. 959 

Banks of the Hudson ; a dramatic play 
in 10 scenes, by Leota Morgan [i. e. 
L. M. Boehm] © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1937 ; 
D 47681 ; Leota Morgan Boehm, New 
York. 960 

Barchester towers ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by T. Job, suggested by the novel of 
Anthony Trollope. © 1 c. Feb. 11, 
1937; D 47611; Thomas Job, New 
Haven. 961 

Bastien and Bastienna (Bastien und 
Bastienne) ; a comic opera in 1 act, 
music by Wolfgang A. Mozart, book 
by Friedrick W. Weiskern, after the 
French of Madame Favart, transla- 
tion from the German, by O. Paul. 
Text. © 1 c. Feb. 12, 1937 ; D 47613 ; 
Olga Paul, New York. 962 

Bastien und Bastienne. See Bastien 
and Bastienna. 



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no. 2, 1937 



981 



Be it ever so humble ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by G. Devine. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 
1937 ; D 47554 ; Gerard Devine, Long 
Island City, N. Y. 963 

Bedtime stories ; a comedy-drama, by 
G. H. Moase. ©lc. Feb. 2, 1937 ; D 
47452; George Hewitt Moase, Brook- 
lyn. 964 

Beethoven. See Quasi una fantasia 
( Beethoven ) 

Behind the lace curtains ; a play in 1 
act, by Esther McCracken. [ London 1 
Play rights & publications, ltd., 1937. 
23 p. 8vo. (The amateur theatre 
series of plays) © Feb. 2, 1937 ; 1 c. 
Feb. 4; D 47477; Esther McCracken, 
Newcastle-on-Tyne, England. 965 

Behind the lines ; a 3-act drama, by 
T. J. Hand. © 1 c. Feb. 2. 1937; D 
47456; Thomas James Hand, Brook- 
lyn. 966 

Belated (A) romance. See True 
travel tales. 

Bells (The) of Dunkirk; by Arthur 
Styron. Chicago, 111. [1937] ii, 15 
numb. 1. diagr. 4to. © Feb. 2, 
1937 ; 2 c. Feb. 8 ; D 47556 ; Louis Le- 
Roy Wilson, Chicago. 967 

Big (The) stem; a comedy in a pro- 
logue and 3 acts, by Lewis Beach 
[i. e. E. L. Beach, jr.] © 1 c. Feb. 
16, 1937; D 47666; Emmet Lewis 
Beach, jr., Saginaw, Mich. 968 

Bikfic tanar ur ; szinjatek 3 felvona- 
sban, irta Balazs Sandor [i. e. San- 
dor Balazs] [Budapest, Hungary, 
Szinhazi elet, 1936] p. 107-130. 
8vo. © Dec. 28, 1936; 1 c. Feb. 20, 
1937; D 47858; Alexander Marton, 
Budapest, Hungary. 969 

Billie, the brownie : continuities nos. 
1-37, by Larry E. Teich. © 1 c. 
each Feb. 1, 1937; D 47409; Ed. 
Schuster & co., inc., Milwaukee. 

970 

Birthday (The) cake; a 1-act operetta 
for children, written and composed 
by Sonia Syner. London, J. Cur- 
wen & sons, ltd. [1937] xii, 34 p. 
diagrs. 4to. ( Curwen edition, 
3707) © Jan. 5. 1937; 1 c. Jan. 14; 
D 39229; Sonia Syner, Purley, Sur- 
rey, England. 971 

Blauer dunst ; an operette in 3 akten, 
text von Theo Bernd Calbhen, musik 
von Adolf Horler. Text. © 1 c. 
Sept. 14, 1936; D 47761; Gloria ver- 
lag (H. Liechti & co. buhnenvertrieb 
und musikverlag) St. Gallen, Switz- 
erland. 972 



Blue blazes ; a play with music in 2 
acts, by Dorothy Walworth [pseud, 
of D. W. Crowell] and L. Bailey. 
Text. © 1 c. Feb. 9, 1937 ; D 47599 ; 
Dorothy Walworth Crowell, Chap- 
paqua, N. Y., and Leroy Bailey, New 
York. 973 

Bluhende (Der) lorbeer ; schauspiel 
von Alois Johannes Lippl. Munchen, 
1936. 112 p. 16mo. © Nov. 24, 
1936; 1 c. Feb. 6, 1937; D 47522; 
Val. Hofling, Munich. 974 

Boccaccio ; komische oper in einem 
vorspiel und 2 akten, vollstandig neu 
bearbeitet von Gustav Quedenfeldt. 
Musik von Franz von Suppe. Musik- 
alische bearbeitung von Franz Wer- 
ther. Text. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1937; 
D 47530 ; Vertriebsstelle und verlag 
deutscher buhnensehriftsteller und 
buhnenkomponisten, g. m. b. h., 
Berlin. 975 

Boondoggling at the carnival ; a 1-act 
fantasy, by J. M. Franks. © 1 c. 
Dec. 16, 1937; D 47841; Jack M. 
Franks, Chicago. 976 

Boots for three ; a plav in 3 acts, by 
J. Doll. © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1937; D 
47570; James Doll, Ann Arbor. 977 

Bopo and King Tommy ; a 1-act play 
for younger children, by Blakely 
Eldridge [i. e. Charlotte Blakely 
Eldridgel Franklin, O., Denver, 
Colo., 1936. 11 p. 12mo. ([Eld- 
ridge juvenile plays] ) © June 30, 
1936; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1937; D 47559; 
Eldridge entertainment house, inc., 
Franklin, O. 978 

Bottled death. See While the city 
sleeps. 

Brave (The) fight on: an anti-war 
play in 1 act, by J. M. Kellman. © 
1 c. Feb. 19, 1937; D 47848; Jack 
Myer Kellman, Detroit. 979 

Broken wings ; a melodrama in 3 acts, 
by L. K. Burton. © 1 c. Jan. 15, 
1937; D 47540; Lillian Krieger' Bur- 
ton, Miami Beach, Fla. 980 

Brothers — Vaclav and Boleslav ; a 
Czech historical drama in 5 acts, by 
Jaroslav Vrchlicky, translated into 
English, by Charles Heitzman and 
Florian F. Herides. Lisle, 111., 
Jaeger dramatic club [1937] 48 1. 
fol. © Jan. 6, 1937; 2 c. Jan. 23; 
D 47822; Florian F. Herides, Lisle, 
111. 981 

Biichse der Pandora. See Lulu. 



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982 



pt. I, n. s., v. 10 



Butcher's (The) boy; a radio sketch, 
by E. Longstreth. © 1 c. Nov. 6, 
1936; D 47602; Edward Longstreth, 
New York. 982 

California's hour ; by Lord & Thomas 
radio department. Jan. 24, 1937. © 
1 c. Jan. 30, 1937 ; D 47412 ; Lord & 
Thomas, Los Angeles. 983 

Jan. 31, 1937. © 1 c. Feb. 



8, 1937; D 47543; Lord & Thomas, 
Los Angeles. 984 

Feb. 7, 1937. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 



1937 ; D 47659 ; Lord & Thomas, Los 
Angeles. 985 

Feb. 14, 1937. © 1 c. Feb. 



20, 1937; D 47830; Lord & Thomas, 
Los Angeles. 986 

Calling all cars! See Radio (The) 
patrol. 

Came the dawn; or, Dawn at dusk, 
a comedy in 1 act, by K. Kull. © 
1 c. Feb. 1, 1937; D 47438; Karin 
Kull, New York. 987 

Carribeo ; a romance with music in 
3 acts and prologue, text and music 
by Nonita James Tpseud. of B. G. 
Pollak] © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1937; D 
39226 ; Beatrice G. Pollak, New York. 

988 

Case (The) of Gerald Blakely. See 
Famous jury trials. 

Case (The) of the squealing cat; a 
mystery play in 3 acts, by James 
Reach. New York, N. Y., Los Ange- 
les, [etc., etc.] [1937] 91 p. diagr. 
12mo. © Feb. 3, 1937; 2 c. Feb. 8; 
D 47510; Samuel French, New York 

989 

Cenerentola ; operetta-fiaba in 3 atti, 
per la gioventu, libretto di A. Zer- 
bini e G. Perico, musica di Edoardo 
Berlendis. Bergamo [1936] 62 p. 
illus. 12mo. Contains illustrative 
music, ed. n. 1337. Libretto. © 
Dec. 30, 1986; 1 c. Feb. 19, 1937; D 
47857; Casa musicale edizioni Car- 
rara, Bergamo, Italy. 990 

Chalked out ; a play in 3 acts, by L. E. 
Lawes and J. Finn. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 
1937 ; D 47600 ; Lewis E. Lawes, Os- 
sining, N. Y., and Jonathan Finn, 
New York. 991 

Charity (The) bazaar. Sec Honest 
(The) working girl. 

Charlotte Corday D'Armans ; a play in 
3 acts, by A. B. Williams. © 1 c. 
Feb. 6, 1937; D 47S08 ; Almena B. 
Williams, New York. 992 



Cheirem (Der) ; a play in 4 acts, by 
B. S. Holmstock. 

.d onxn pa ,jyoj?x 4 px xaxm ;o-in ijn 

.pxiwa^xn 
© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1937 ; D 47851 ; Boris 
S. Holmstock, West Hempstead, 
L. L, N. Y. 993 

Christa, ich erwarte dich ! lustspiel in 
3 akten, von Alfred Moller und Hans 
Lorenz. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1937; D 
47529; Vertriebsstelle und verlag 
deutscher buhnenschriftsteller und 
buhnenkomponisten, g. m. b. h., Ber- 
lin. 994 

Christmas rhapsody ; by Eliz. Hackett 
[i. e. E. R. H. McCune] © 1 c. Jan. 
30, 1937; D 47403; Elizabeth R. 
Hackett McCune, Morristown, N. J. 

995 

Cinderella's grandmother ; a fanciful 
comedv in 3 acts, bv F. J. Karem. © 
1 c. Jan. 22, 1937 ; D 47657 ; Fred J. 
Karem, Louisville. 996 

Cinnamon (The) chest; a play for 
marionettes in 1 act, by J. Holland. 
© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1937; D 47814; Jan- 
ice Holland, Washington. 997 

Cockney (The) courier; episode no. 1, 
a radio sketch, R. L. Shayon. © 
1 c. Feb. 4, 1937; D 47539; Robert 
Lewis Shayon, New York. 998 

Coeur (Le) ; piece inedite en 5 actes, 
d'Henrv Bernstein. (In Candide, no. 
661, 12 novembre, 1936) © Nov. 12, 
1936; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1937; D 47567; 
Henry Bernstein, Paris. • 999 

Colonel's (The) lady. See Death Val- 
ley days. 

Come, ye that mourn; a pageant-play 
of the resurrection, with words and 
music by Karin Sundelof-Asbrand. 
Franklin, O., Denver, Colo., 1936. 26 
p. 12mo. ([Eldridge church enter- 
tainments]) Contains music. © 
Aug. 26, 1936; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1937; 
D 47558; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O. 1000 

Commission in London; a mystery- 
melodrama in 1 act, by Stanley J. 
Dabkowski. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 1937; 
D 47709 1 ; Stanley Joseph Dabkowski, 
New Britain, Conn. 1001 

Communists (The) : a play in 1 act, 
by G. Nagel. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1937; 
D 47545; George Nagel, Laurence 
Harbor, N. J. 1002 

Coo-ee! Sec Mabel's holiday. 



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no. 2, 1937 



1024 



Coriolanus; a verse-choir adaption of 
Shakespeare's, Coriolanus, by Elnora 
Chesterman. Text. © 1 c. Feb. 9, 
1937; D 47630; Elnora Emily Ches- 
terman, New York. 1003 

Costume (The) shop; a play in 3 
scenes, by A. R. Phelan. © 1 c. Jan. 
16, 1937; D 47658; Adeline R. Phe- 
lan, Lynn, Mass. 1004 

Cross roads; a play in 3 acts, by A. 
Goodman. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 1937; D 
47449; Arthur Goodman, New York. 

1005 

Curses (The) of strong drink; a tem- 
perance pageant, by Rev. and Mrs. 
J. Owen Long. Harrisonburg, Va., 
1937. [8] p. 8vo. Contains music. 
© Jan. 30, 1937 ; 2 c. and aff. Feb. 2 ; 
AA 222889 ; J. Owen Long, Harrison- 
burg, Va. 1006 

Curtain at eight ; episodes 1-5, by Vir- 
gil F. Pritchard. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 
1937 ; D 47828 ; Virgil Felton Pritch- 
ard, Los Angeles. 1007 

Cynthia calls; by J. C. Calhoun [3d] 
© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1937 ; D 47662 ; John 
Caldwell Calhoun, 3d, New York. 

1008 

Cyprianus ; a Christian tragedy, adapt- 
ed by Geoffrey Carlmann, from the 
El magico prodigioso, of Calderon de 
la Barca [i. e. Pedro Calderon de la 
Barca] Completely arranged for 
production by either mixed or all 
male characters together with chor- 
uses, and music ; directions for scen- 
ery, stage effects, costuming, etc. 
Translated by O. L. Hohmann. Text. 
© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1937; D 47628; Oth- 
mar L. Hohmann, Mandan, N. D. 

1009 

Damned (The) heathen; a play in 3 
acts, by Jacques and Ciela Jaccard. 
New version of a play entitled, Val- 
ues. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1937; D 47886; 
Jacques Jaccard and Ciela Arnett 
Jaccard, Hollywood, Calif. 1010 

Daniel Deronda. See I am a Jew. 

Daughters are difficult; a comedy in 1 
act, by C. D. Gilpatric. © 1 c. Feb. 
23, 1937; D 47845; Carolyn Draper 
Gilpatric, Winchester, Mass. 1011 

Daughters of Atreus ; by Robert 
Turney. New York, London, Alfred 
A. Knopf. 1936. 5 p. 1., 3-127, [1] p. 
12mo. © Oct. 19. 1936 ; 2 c. Nov. 5 ; 
D 47557 ; Robert Turney, New York. 

1012 



David Adams ; continuities nos. 63-85, 
by Courtenay Savage. © 1 c. each 
Feb. 15, 1937; D 47656; Procter & 
Gamble co., Cincinnati. 1013 

Dawn (The) ; a play in 3 acts, by R. 
Dufresne. © 1 c. Feb. 5, 1937; D 
47479; Robert Dufresne, Montreal. 

1014 

Dawn at dusk. See Came the dawn. 

Day (A) at home; by J. R. Clemens. 
© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1937 ; D 47437 ; James 
Ross Clemens, Webster Groves, Mo. 

1015 

Days to come ; a drama in 3 acts, by 
Lillian Hellman [i. e. L. H. Kober] 
New York, London, Alfred A. Knopf, 
1936. 6 p. 1., 3-105, [1] p. 12mo. 
© Feb. 8, 1937; 2 c. Feb. 13; D 
47668 ; Lillian Hellman Kober, New 
York. 1016 

Death Valley days ; a series of radio 
sketches, by McCann-Erickson, inc. 
Feb. 5, 1937. The mystery of Man- 
zano. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1937 ; D 47470 ; 
Pacific coast borax co., New York. 

1017 



Feb. 12, 1937. The light on 

the mountain. © 1 c. Feb. 9, 1937; 
D 47577 ; Pacific coast borax co., New 
York. 1018 

Feb. 19. 1937. The love po- 
tion. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 1937 ; D 47827 ; 
Pacific coast borax co., New York. 

1019 



Feb. 26, 1937. The colonel's 

lady. © 1 c. Feb. 26, 1937; D 
47892 ; Pacific coast borax co., New 
York. 1020 

Death wears a rose ; a new play in 2 
acts, with a prologue and an epi- 
logue, by Desiree Lallement and R. 
Rockafellow. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1937 ; D 
47520; Ralph Rockafellow, Forest 
Hills, N. Y. 1021 

Deep universe ; episode no. 1, a radio 
script, by E. R. Johnstone. © 1 c. 
Feb. 24, 1937 ; D 47872 ; E. R. John- 
stone, New York. 1022 

Destiny ; a play in 3 acts, by Kay Mer- 
rill [pseud, of H. M. Seff] © 1 c. 
Feb. 2, 1937; D 47454; Hattie Mer- 
rill Seff, New York. 1023 

Divorcee (The) ; a play in 3 acts, by 
C. A. Wood. © 1 c. Feb. 1, 1937 ; D 
47443 ; Cornelius Ayer Wood, An- 
dover, Mass. 1024 



130355 — 31 



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1025 



pt. i, n. s. 



10 



Dr. Allan Dafoe; by Frazier Hunt. 
Jan. 18, 22, 25, 27, 29, 1937. © 1 c. 
each Feb. 4, 1937; D 47491-47495; 
Lehn & Fink products corp., New 
York. 1025-1029 

Feb. 1, 3, 5, 1937. © 1 c. each 



Feb. 16, 1937 ; D 47712-47714 ; Lehn 
& Fink products Corp., New York. 

1030-1032 

Feb. 8, 10, 12, 1937. © 1 c. 



each Feb. 18, 1937; D 47720-47722; 
Lehn & Fink products Corp., New 
York. 1033-1035 

Feb. 15, 17, 19, 1937. © 1 c. 



each Feb. 24, 1937; D 47879-47881; 
Lehn & Fink products Corp., New 
York. 1036-1038 

Dolly Dixon's double. See While the 
city sleeps. 

Don Juan in Prag ; singspiel in 3 akten, 
von P. Knudsen, musik von W. A. 
Mozart, bearbeitet von Emil Reesen. 
Text. © 1 c. Sept. 15, 1936; D 
47430 ; Poul Knudsen, K0benhavn, 
Danmark. 1039 

Don Quijote vive otra vez ; episode 1, 
by Rafael Trujillo. © 1 c. Jan. 28, 
1937 ; D 47635 ; Eleanor Germo, Los 
Angeles. 1040 

Donovan (The) affair; a play in 3 
acts, by Owen Davis. New York, 
Los Angeles, Calif., London, 1930. 
80 p. diagrs. 8vo. ( [French's stand- 
ard library edition] ) © Oct. 11, 
1930; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1937; D 47436; 
Samuel French, New York. 1041 

Don't do it, Dodo. See Good neigh- 
bors. 

Doubting Thomas. See Five two-some 
plays. 

Droit (Le) du seigneur. See First 
night. 

Drums ; episodes 22-33, by Vera M. 
Oldham. © 1 c. Feb. 1, 1937; D 
47459; Raymond R. Morgan co., Los 
Angeles. 1042 

Drunkard's (The) love; a musical- 
meler-drama of the eighteen nineties, 
by J. M. Kellman. Text. © 1 c. 
Feb. 10, 1937; D 47610; Jack Myer 
Kellman, Highland Park, Mich. 

1043 

Due (Le) leggi di Maud; commedia in 
3 atti, di Andrea dello Siesto. [Tor- 
ino, Le Grandi firme, 1936] 22 p. 
4to. ([II Dramma, anno XII, no. 



246]) Caption title. © Nov. 15, 
1936; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1937; D 47528; 
Andrea dello Siesto, Milan. 1044 

Earthquake ; a play in 3 acts, by Jack 
Woodford and Betty Smith. © 1 c. 
Jan. 11, 1937 ; D 47580 ; Josiah Pitts 
Woolfolk, Hollywood, Calif. 1045 

East Lynne a la Chinese; a play in 3 
acts, adapted by L. R. Rumsey, from 
the play by Mrs. Henry Wood. © 
1 c. Feb. 19, 1937; D 47790; Leroy 
Renner Rumsey, El Centro, Calif. 

1046 

Easy as ABC; a play in 3 acts, by 
Wesley Vordenberg. © 1 c. Feb. 10, 
1937 ; D 47583 ; Wesley Peak Vorden- 
berg, New York. 1047 

Ebony (An) Juliet. See Five two-some 
plays. 

Echoes of New York town ; by McCann- 
Erickson, inc. episode no. 20. © 1 c. 
Jan. 30, 1937; D 47444; McCann- 
Erickson, inc., New York. 1018 

episode 21. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 



1937; D 47469; McCann-Erickson, 
inc., New York. 1049 

episode no. 22. © 1 c. Feb. 



11, 1937 ; D 47633 ; McCann-Erickson, 
inc., New York. 1050 

episode 23. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 



1937; D 47826; McCann-Erickson, 
inc., New York. 1051 

Emperor's (The) new clothes; an 
adaptation for marionettes, by J. 
Holland, of the story by Hans Chris- 
tian Andersen. © 1 c. Feb. 18, 1937 ; 
D 47815; Janice Holland, Washing- 
ton. 1052 

Epicures (The) ; a drama in 3 acts, by 
L. A. Le Gai and M. Wickersham. 
© 1 c. Jan. 4, 1937 ; D 47411 ; Louise 
Aver Le Gai and Mary Wickersham, 
Chicago. 1053 

Erdgeist. See Lulu. 

Escape this night; a play in 3 acts, by 
R. Steiner and L. Stavis. © 1 c. 
Jan. 21, 1937; D 47553; Robert 
Steiner and Leona Stavis, New York. 

1054 

Evenings with the famous; Feb. 7, 
1937, by Shannon Allen. © 1 c. Feb. 
15, 1937; D 47825; Lewis agency, 
Washington. 1055 

Everv spring; a farce in 3 acts, by 
G. F. Brown. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 1937; 
D 47806; George Frame Brown, New 
York. 1056 



46 



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no. 2, 1937 



1082 



Fall (The) of the city; a play for 
radio, by A. MacLeish. © 1 e. Feb. 
17, 1937; D 47704; Archibald Mac- 
Leish, New York. 1057 

Fall River next; a play in 3 acts, by 
A. M. Wade. © 1 c. Jan. 28, 1937; 
D 47434; Alfred Munroe Wade, 
Princeton, N. J. 1058 

Family (The) doctor; episode no. 1, 
by P. S. Jerome. © 1 c. Nov. 3, 1936 ; 
D 47585 ; Radio transcription co. of 
America, ltd., Hollywood, Calif. 

1059 

Family tyrant. Sec Aunt Jenny's real- 
life stories. 

Famous jury trials ; by Sheldon II. 
Stark. Feb. 1, 1937. The case of 
Gerald Blakeley. © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1937 ; 
D 47463 ; H. M. Kiesewetter advertis- 
ing agency, inc., New York. 1060 

Feb. 8, 1937. The people ver- 
sus Howard Stone. © 1 c. Feb. 10, 
1937; D 47608; H. M. Kiesewetter 
advertising agency, inc., New York. 

1061 



Feb. 15, 1937. The people 

versus Jane Carson. © 1 c. Feb. 10, 
1937; D 47607; H. M. Kiesewetter 
advertising agency, inc., New York. 

1062 

Far-away friends ; an operetta with toy 
orchestra, by J. Lilian Vandevere. 
Boston [1937] viii, 44 p. 4to. © 
Jan. 28, 1937 ; 2 c. Feb. 5 ; D 39219 ; 
C. C. Birchard & co., Boston. 1063 

Faux (Le) col; comedie en 3 actes, par 
Andre-Paul [pseud, of A. Bardon] © 
1 c. Feb. 2, 1937; D 47536; Andre 
Bardon, Paris. 1064 

Feast (The) of hops; a play in 2 acts, 
by Walter Frith, adaptation and 
lyrics by S. Bayfield. Text. © 1 c. 
Jan. 29, 1937; D 47405; St. Clair 
Bayfield, New York. 1065 

Finding happiness; a musical play for 
children ; by W. F. Angus. Text. 
© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1937 ; D 47541 ; Walter 
Fenwick Angus, Arlington, Mass. 

1066 

Fiorella (La Pigottera) ; dramma li- 
roco in 3 atti, di Antonio Lega [mu- 
sica di] Italo Brancucci, riduzione 
per canto e pianoforte deH'autore. 
Trieste [1936] 5 p. 1., 270 p. port, 
fol. © Dec. 30, 1936; 1 c. Feb. 5, 
1937; D 39223; Casa musicale edi- 
trice Giuliana, Trieste, Italy. 1067. 



First class passenger ; a play in 3 acts, 
by R. Ivan. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1937; 
D 47637 ; Rosalind Muriel Ivan, New 
York. 1068 

First ( The ) night ; or, Le droit du 
seigneur, a 3-act drama, by T. J. 
Hand. © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1937 ; D 47455 ; 
Thomas James Hand, Brooklyn. 

1069 

First nighter ; a radio broadcast. Jan. 
15, 1937. Peggy — my love, by Mil- 
dred Hark. © 1 c. Jan. 28, 1937; 
D 47393 ; Campana sales co., Batavia, 
111. 1070 



— Jan. 22, 1937. Last curtain, 

by Gunard Hjertstedt. © 1 c. Feb. 
1, 1937; D 47439; Campana sales 
co., Batavia, 111. 1071 

Jan. 29, 1937. Society man, 



by Anthony Wayne. © 1 c. Feb. 11, 
1937 ; D 47609 ; Campana sales co., 
Batavia, 111. 1072 

Feb. 5, 1937. Son of his 



father, by R. P. Gruber. © 1 c. Feb. 
18, 1937; D 47719; Campana sales 
co., Batavia, 111. 1073 

Feb. 12, 1937. Patsy counts 



'em out, by Agnes Ridgway. © 1 c. 
Feb. 20, 1937; D 47823; Campana 
sales co., Batavia, 111. 1074 

First (The) offender; by Simon M. 
Hugo, script no. 15. © 1 c. Jan. 
12, 1937 ; D 47661 ; J. Edward Slavin, 
New Haven. 1Q75 

-scripts nos. 17, 18. © 1 c. 



each Feb. 5, 1937; D 47501, 47502; 
J. Edward Slavin, New Haven. 

1076, 1077 

script no. 19. © 1 c. Feb. 9, 



1937; D 47578; J. Edward Slavin, 
New Haven. 1078 

scripts nos. 20, 21. © 1 c. 



each Feb. 20, 1937; D 47835, 47836; 
J. Edward Slavin, New Haven. 

1079, 1080 

Five star Jones ; continuities nos. 135- 
154, by Virginia Dale. © 1 c. each 
Feb. 15, 1937; D 47651; Procter & 
Gamble co., Cincinnati. 1081 

Five two-some plays ; by Lucile Crites. 
Franklin, O., Denver, Colo., [1935] 
35 p. 12mo. Contents. — Toby asks 
a question. — Meet the winner. — 
Doubting Thomas. — Mandy on stylish 
figgers. — An Ebonv Juliet. © Sept. 
20, 1935 ; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1937 ; D 47561 ; 
Eldridge entertainment house, inc., 
Franklin, O. 1082 



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1083 



pt. i, n. s., v. 10 



Forced landing — and meeting up with 
Klondike. See Adventures of Bill 
Baker. 

Forester (The) ; musical romance in 
2 acts, text and music by L. M. 
Thomas. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 1937; D 
39227; Leo Milton Thomas, Salt 
Lake City. 1083 

Fourflushers (The) See Ass (The) 
with ears. 

Friedenstragodie ; in 5 akten, von Al- 
bert Steffen. Dornach, Schweiz 
[1936] 146, [2] p. 12mo. © June 
1, 1936 ; 1 c. Oct. 7 ; D 47476 ; Verlag 
fur schone wissenschaften, Dornach 
Basel, Switzerland. 1084 

Frohliche (Der) Rapunzelplatz ; volks- 
posse in 3 akten, von Toni Iinpekoven 
und Carl Mathern, musik von Bruno 
Hartl. Text. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1937; 
D 47533 ; Vertriebsstelle und verlag 
deutscher biihnenschriftsteller und 
buhnenkomponisten, g. m. b. h., Ber- 
lin. 1085 

Frohliche (Das) Steguweit-buch ; sie- 
ben spiele in reimen, von Heinz Steg- 
uweit, mit zeichnungen von Bern- 
hard Riepenhausen. Berlin [1936] 
195, [2] p. plates. 12mo. Con- 
tents. — Die gans. — Iha, der esel. — 
Spottvogel gegen schmierfink. — Diog- 
enes oder das urteil nach dem augen- 
schein. — Der teuf elsgulden. — Der 
streit am lagerfeuer. — Die froh- 
lichen drei konige. © Oct. 28, 1936 ; 
1 c. Feb. 15, 1937 ; D 47889 ; Theater- 
verlag Albert Langen-Georg Miiller, 
g. in. b. h., Berlin. 1086 

Fruchtkonserven ; lustspiel in 3 auf- 
ziigen, von Hans Weissbach. © 1 c. 
Feb. 6, 1937 ; D 47532 ; Vertriebstelle 
und verlag deutscher biihnenschrift- 
steller und buhnenkomponisten, g. m. 
b. h., Berlin. 1087 

Fulton of Oak Falls. (George M. Co- 
han's way of telling the story of 
Parker Fennelly's) ; an American 
comedy in 3 acts, by G. M. Cohan. 
© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1937; D 47407; 
George M. Cohan, New York. 1088 

Fun frolics; compiled and edited by 
Ivan B. Boyd. Des Moines, la. 
[1936] 56 p. 12mo. © Sept. 15, 
1936; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1937; aff. Jan. 22; 
AA 228092; Ivan Bloom Hardin co., 
Des Moines. 1088* 

G girl. See While the city sleeps. 

Gang busters; a radio broadcast pro- 
gram, by Benton & Bowles, inc. Jan. 



27, 1937. © 1 c. Feb. 1, 1937; D 
47426; Benton & Bowles, inc., New 
York. 1089 

Feb. 3, 1937. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 

1937 ; D 47500 ; Benton & Bowles, inc., 
New York. 1090 

Feb. 10, 1937. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 

1937 ; D 47809 ; Benton & Bowles, inc., 
New York. 1091 

Feb. 17, 1937. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 

1937 ; D 47850 ; Benton & Bowles, inc., 
New York. ' 1092 

Gentlemen (The) from Hong Kong; a 
comedy of secret service activities in 
3 acts, by Clark Willard. Franklin, 
O., Denver, Colo. [1934] 75 p. 
diagr. 12mo. ( [Eldridge royalty 
plays]) © Aug. 24, 1934; 2 c. Jan. 
11, 1937 ; D 47560 ; Eldridge entertain- 
ment house, inc., Franklin, O. 1093 

Get thin to music ; Jan. 14, 1937, by W. 
Durgin. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 1937; D 
47824; Wallace Mathew Rogerson, 
Chicago, and William Durgin, Cincin- 
nati. 1094 

Ghost-bv-the-fire ; a radio production, 
by F. Briggs. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1937; 
D 47717 ; Finney Briggs, Chicago. 

1095 

Ghost (The) of Eagle Crag; a comedy 
in 3 acts, by H. R. Hirsch. © 1 c. 
Feb. 6, 1937; D 47549; Herbert Rey- 
nolds Hirsch, Rutherford, N. J. 1096 

Ginevra degli Almieri; melodramma in 
3 atti, di Giovacchino Forzano [mu- 
sica di] Mario Peragallo, riduzione 
per canto e pianoforte de Luigi Co- 
lonna. Milano, London [etc., etc.] 
1937. 7 p. 1., 350 p. illus. 4to. © 
Feb. 17, 1937 ; 1 c. Feb. 17 ; D 39232 ; 
G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 1097 

Glass houses ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Walter Ellis. London [1937] 95 p. 
plate. 12mo. ([French's acting edi- 
tion, no. 22]) © Jan. 27, 1937; 1 c. 
Feb. 12; D 47639; Samuel French, 
ltd., London. 1098 

Going places with truck tires! by Jam 
Handv picture service, inc. © 1 c. 
Jan. i8, 1937 ; D 47601 ; B. F. Good- 
rich co., Akron, O. 1099 

Good neighbors; a 3-act play, by Asa 
Laban [pseud, of Herbert Farrar] 
The 3d act of play almost entirely re- 
written. Rev. version of Don't do it, 
Dodo. © 1 c. Dec. 1, 1936 ; D 47423 ; 
Renford productions, inc., New York. 

1100 



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no. 2, 1937 



1127 



Goose for the sauce ; a play in 3 acts, 
by Maurice and Ada Kesselman. © 
1 c. Feb. 24, 1937 ; D 47873 ; Maurice 
and Ada Kesselman, Philadelphia. 

1101 

Grand hotel ; Jan. 31, 1937. Hide-away, 
a radio broadcast, by Christopher 
Craig. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1937 ; D 47544 ; 
Campana sales co., Batavia, 111. 

1102 

Feb. 7, 1937. Valiant lady, a ra- 
dio broadcast, by James Drew and 

B. J. Sloan. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1937 ; D 
47672 ; Campana sales co., Batavia, 
111. 1103 

Feb. 14, 1937. Love insurance, a 

radio broadcast, by Anthony Wayne. 
© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1937 ; D 47791 ; Cam- 
pana sales co., Batavia, 111. 1104 

Feb. 21, 1937. Her comeback, a 

radio broadcast, by Carolyn Clarke. 
© 1 c. Feb. 24, 1937 ; D 47869 ; Cam- 
pana sales co., Batavia, 111. 1105 

Grand national sweepstakes ; episode 
no. 1, a radio program, by H. D. Whit- 
comb. © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1937 ; D 47884 ; 
Harold D. Whitcomb, Scarsdale, 
N. Y. 1106 

Green (The) Hornet; by Francis 
Striker, nos. A-101— A-104. © 1 c. 
each Feb. 11, 1937; D 47614-47617; 
King-Trendle broadcasting corp., De- 
troit. 1107-1110 

nos. A-105, A-108. © 1 c. 

each Feb. 18, 1937; D 47726, 47727; 
King-Trendle broadcasting corp., De- 
troit. 1111, 1112 

Green pastures. See Verts paturages. 

Grosse (Das) kaufhaus. See Aruhaz. 

Guiding (The) light; episodes nos. 1- 
10, by Irna Phillips. © 1 c. each Feb. 
15, 1937 ; D 47649 ; Procter & Gamble 
co., Cincinnati. 1113 

Hamlet. See Shakespeare's most pop- 
ular plays. 

Hans Brinker ; or, The silver skates ; 
dramatized by Clare Tree Major [i. e. 

C. T. M. Kenderdine] after the book 
by Mary Mapes Dodge. © 1 c. Jan. 
29, 1937 ; D 47571 ; Clare Tree Major 
Kenderdine, Chappaqua, N. Y. 1114 

Hansel and Gretel ; a new translation 
and adaptation for the motion pic- 
ture screen, by J. K. Templeton. 
Text. © 1 c. Jan. 28, 1937 ; D 47552 ; 
Jeannette Kretschner Templeton, Chi- 
cago. 1115 



Harmony Heights; or, Paradise on 
earth, a character comedy in 3 acts, 
by L. Langner and Armina Marshall 
[i. e. A. M. Langner] © 1 c. Dec. 2, 
1936 ; D 47505 ; Lawrence Langner 
and Armina Marshall Langner, New 
York. 1116 

Harps; a 1-act play, by E. Pillot. © 

1 c. Feb. 8, 1937; D 47550; Eugene 
Pillot, Houston. 1117 

Hawaiian mist ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Allen Osborne [i. e. L. A. Osborne, jr.] 
© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1937; D 47450; D. 
Allen Osborne, jr., Bronxville, N. Y. 

1118 

He loved a parade ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Willa Beth Frederic [pseud, of 
G. H. Del Bondio] © 1 c. Feb. 17, 
1937; D 47812; Grace Horn Del 
Bondio, New York. 1119 

Headwind ; a play in 2 parts, by E. 
Alexander-Davis ; pt. 1 in 3 acts, pt. 

2 in 3 acts. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1937 ; D 
47905 ; Elisabeth Alexander-Davis, 
Vaiden, Miss. 1120 

Hello, Peggy ; by Blanche Gaines, pro- 
grams nos. 82-85. © 1 c. each Jan. 
29, 1937 ; D 47400 ; Drackett co., Cin- 
cinnati. 1121 

programs nos. 86-93. © 1 c. 



each Feb. 20, 1937; D 47846, 47847; 
Drackett co., Cincinnati. 1122, 1123 

Hell's half acre ; a drama in 2 acts and 
epilogue, by S. Coles and J. Brook- 
man. © 1 c. Feb. 16, 1937 ; D 47810 ; 
Steclman Coles and Jerome Brook- 
man, New York. 1124 

Her comeback. See Grand hotel. 

Her son's father. See Aunt Jenny's 
real-life stories. 

Heroic (The) story of Columbus; a 
play in 4 scenes, by Grace E. Tucker. 
Minneapolis, Minn., 1937. 30 p. 
12mo. © Jan. 30, 1937 ; 2 c. Feb. 1 ; 
D 47462 ; Northwestern press, Minne- 
apolis. 1125 

Hide-away. See Grand hotel. 

High and dry ; a comedy drama in 3 
acts, by Kathryn Petty [i. e. A. K. 
Petty] © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1937 ; D 47467 ; 
A. Kathryn Petty, New York. 1126 

Hochtourist (Der) ; schwank in 3 
akten, von Curt Kraatz und Max 
Neal. Neubearbeitung von Werner 
Bohland. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1937; D 
47534 ; Vertriebsstelle und verlag 
deutscher buhnenschriftsteller und 
biihnenkomponisten, g. m. b. h., Ber- 
lin. 1127 



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Home again. .See True travel tales. 

Home (The) coming. See Manhattan 
mother. 

Homme (Un) comme les autres ; en 
3 actes, par A. Salaerou. © 1 c. Feb. 
2, 1937 ; D 47535 ; Armand Salaerou, 
Paris. 1128 

Honest (The) working girl; a radio 
script, no. 1, by Thomas H. McKnight 
and Robert Ross. © 1 c. Feb. 16, 
1937 ; D 47702 ; McKnight & Jordan, 
inc., New York. 1129 

no. 3. Dude Ranch, by 



Thomas H. McKnight and Bob Ross 
[i. e. Robert Ross] © 1 c. Feb. 8, 
1937 : D 47587 ; McKnight & Jordan, 
inc., New York. 1130 

no. 4. Tutor for Horace, by 

Thomas H. McKnight and Bob Ross 
[i. e. Robert Ross] © 1 c. Feb. 8, 
1937: D 47588; McKnight & Jordan, 
inc., New York. 1131 

no. 5. Sailing for Europe, by 



Thomas H. McKnight and Bob Ross 
[i. e. Robert Ross] © 1 c. Feb. 8. 
1937 : D 47589 ; McKnight & Jordan, 
inc., New York. 1132 

no. 6. The charity bazaar, by 

Thomas H. McKnight and Robert 
Ross. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1937 : D 47710 ; 
McKnight & Jordan, inc., New York. 

1133 



no. 7. The swimming les- 
son — and chasing Mr. Duffy, by 
Thomas H. McKnight and Robert 
Ross. © 1 c. Feb. 25. 1937 ; D 47909 ; 
McKnight & Jordan, inc., New York. 

1134 

Hope you like it ! text and music, by 
Rosemary Redfern [useud. of G. R, 
Kelley] © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1937; D 
39221 ; Goldie Redfern Kelley, Wichi- 
ta. 1135 

House called Bethel ; a pageant depict- 
ing the rise of the A. M. E. church, 
by E. A. Starling. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 
1937; D 47804; Earl Alvin Starling, 
Atlanta. 1136 

Houseboat Hannah ; continuities nos. 
76 E. T.— 101 E. T., by Irving Vendig. 
© 1 c. each Feb. 15, 1937: D 47655; 
Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 

1137 

Human star clusters; a play in 3 acts, 
by J. Smoleroff. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 
1937; D 47876; Joseph Smoleroff, 
New York. 1138 



I am a Jew; a drama in 3 acts, by C. 
Harris, from the novel, Daniel De- 
ronda, by George Eliot [pseud.] © 
1 c. Feb. 4, 1937; D 47466; Claudia 
Harris, Brighton, Mass. 1139 

I'd live like the queen ; a play in 3 
acts, by M. Yengyel. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 
1937; D 47677; Melchoir Lengyel, 
Hollywood, Calif. 1140 

I have five daughters ; a morning-room 
comedy in 3 acts, made from Jane 
Austen's novel, Pride and prejudice, 
by Margaret MacNamara. [London] 
Play rights & publications, ltd. 
[1936] S3 p. 8vo. (The Amateur 
theatre series of plays) © Dec. 31, 
1936; 1 c. Feb. 5, 1937; D 47506; 
Margaret MacNamara, Brighton. 
England. 1141 

I pledge allegiance; by E. Clare. © 
1 c. Jan. 29, 1937; D 47404; Edwin 
Clare, Brooklyn. 1142 

Ilote (L') ivre; comedie en 1 acte, par 
Henri Duvernois. (In Candide, trei- 
zieme annee, no. 645, 23 juillet. 1936) 
© July 23, 1936; 1 c. Aug. 27; D 
44464 ; Henri Duvernois, Paris. 1143 

Incident at Moncada ; a play in 3 acts, 
by Frances Winwar [pseud of. F. AY. 
Grebanier] © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1937; 
D 47447 ; Frances Winwar Grebanier, 
New York. 1144 

Infidelities (The) of Hannah; a com- 
edy in 3 acts, by Bimsley Peabody 
[pseud, of J. Peabodyl and E. J. 
Young. © 1 c. Dec. 5, 1936 ; D 47581 ; 
Jessamine Peabody and Effie J. 
Young, New York. 1145 

Invitation to scandal; a comedy in 3 
acts, by A. Kavanau. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 
1937 : D 47474 ; Alexander Kavanau, 
Brooklyn. 1146 

Isn't nature wonderful? a comedy in 
1 act, by D. De Y. Ditwiler. ©*1 c. 
Feb. 5, 1937 ; D 47498 ; Dale De Vere 
Ditwiler, Redlands, Calif. 1147 

It happened like this ; by E. P. Rich- 
ardson, Ted Sills, and J. Y. Grom- 
bach. © 1 c. Feb. 24. 1937 : D 47883 ; 
Grombach productions, inc., New 
York. 1148 

Jan und die schwindlerin ; komodie in 
4 akten, von Per Schwenzen. [Ber- 
lin] 1936. 99, [1] p. Svo. Contains 
music. © Oct. 22. 1936: 1 c. Feb. 9, 
1937; D 47642; S. Fischer verlag, 
a. g., Berlin. 1149 

Jean-Paul, gardien de Phare! pi£ce en 
4 actes et 3 tableaux [par] G. Le- 



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1196 



chevalier. Paris, Editions Eugene 
Figuiere [1936] 191, [1] p. 12mo. 
© Nov. 15, 1936 ; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1937 ; D 
47524; G. Lechevalier, Le Havre- 
Graville (S. I.) France. 1150 

John & Peter ; a melodrama in 1 act, 
by M. Kurtz and A. Blum. 

7 px x&x-nxVya Bpx i nyuys ]ix jxpn 
.mba .x |ix pip rwa "a ^yiVa 
© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1937 ; D 47802 ; Maur- 
ice Kurtz and Abraham Blum, Brook- 
lyn. 1151 

John Bull : a comedy-drama in 3 acts, 
by C. Smith and E. Fitzroy. © 1 c. 
Feb. 8. 1937 ; D 47547 ; Emily Fitzroy 
and Christopher Smith, Hollywood, 
Calif. 1152 

John Gilmer revolts ; a 3-act drama, 
by T. J. Hand. © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1937 ; 
D 47458; Thomas James Hand, 
Brooklyn. 1153 

Judy Canova as mistress of ceremonies. 
See Woodbury's rippling rhythm. 

Julius Caesar. See Shakespeare's most 
popular plays. 

Jungle radio ; a play in 3 acts, by R. G. 
Smith. © 1 c. Jan. 22. 1937; D 
474:53; Russell Goodwin Smith, 
Woodbridge, Suffolk, England. 1154 

Junior (The) G men of America; Feb. 
1, 3, 5, 1937, by Stanley Whitman. 
© 1 c. each Feb. 5, 1937; D 47818; 
Donald Peterson, New York. 1155 

Just a minute, Mr. Martin ! by Jean 
Lee Latham. Chicago, 111. [1937] 
cover-title, 2 1. 4to. ( Sergei's manu- 
script readings) © Feb. 17, 1937; 
2 c. Feb. 20 ; D 47855 ; Dramatic pub. 
co.. Chicago. 1156. 

Just humor them ; a musical comedy 
in 2 acts, by B. D. Lennox and R. 
Lennox. Text. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 1937 ; 
D 47669; Bill Dean Lennox and 
Renee Lennox, Bellmore, N. Y. 1157 

Kaiser Karl der fiinfte ; tragodie in 
einem vorspiel und fiinf aufzugen 
[von] Felix Braun. Wien, 1936. 
157, [1] p. 8vo. © May 12, 1936; 
1 c. Sept. 14 ; D 47856 ; Paul Zsolnay 
verlag, g. m. b. h., Berlin. 1158 

King Monmouth ; a play in 3 acts, by 
S. Vagliano. © 1 c. Feb. 12, 1937: 
D 47629; Stephen Vagliano. Paris. 

1159 

King Robert of Sicily; an adaptation, 
in 7 scenes, by Jane E. Conway, of 
The Sicilian's tale, by Henry Wads- 
worth Longfellow. © 1 c. Feb. 20. 



1937 ; D 47861 ; Jane Elizabetn Con- 
way, New Bedford, Mass. 1160 

Kitty Keene, inc., continuities nos. 156 
E. T.— 182 E. T., by Wallace K. Nor- 
man and Day Keene. © 1 c. each 
Feb. 15, 1937; D 47650; Procter & 
Gamble co., Cincinnati. 1161 

Knot-hole neighbors ; a comedv in 3 
acts, by E. H. Gould. © 1 c. Feb. 
18, 1937; D 47813; Elizabeth Hull 
Gould, Rochester. 1162 

Ladies' night ; a collection of sketches 
for women, by various authors. 
Franklin, O., Denver, Colo., 1936. 
74 p. 12mo. Contents. — The new 
maid. — Bandits and everything. — 
Fever-heat. — His first wife. — A mil- 
lion stars. — Her Highness, Queen 
Lizzie. — The ladies' uplift. — The sun- 
glasses. — Grandma retires. © Sept. 
22, 1936 ; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1937 : D 47564 ; 
Eldridge entertainment house, inc.. 
Franklin, O. 1163 

Last curtain. See First nighter. 

Law of the earth ; a play in 4 acts, by 
Mercedes Anderson. Rev. version. 
© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1937 ; D 47646 ; Celia 
Mercedes Anderson, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on changes in 
arrangement, in dialog, and in set- 
ting] 1164 

Leute (Die) auf Piimpelhagen ; ein 
bilderbuch zu Fritz Reuters Strom- 
tid, von Wilhelm Scharrelmann. © 
1 c. Feb. 6, 1937 ; D 47531 ; Vertriebs- 
stelle und verlag deutscher biihnen- 
schriftsteller und buhnenkomponis- 
ten, g. m. b. h., Berlin. 1165 

Life (The) of Mary Sothern ; by Don 

Becker, script no. 573. © 1 c. Jan. 

4, 1937 ; D 46947 ; Crosley radio corn.. 

Cincinnati. 1166 

— scripts nos. 579-606. © 1 c. 

each Feb. 19, 1937; D 47762^17789; 

Crosley radio corp., Cincinnati. 

1167-1194 

Light (The) on the mountain. See 
Death Valley days. 

Lights burning bright ; a play in 3 acts, 
by M. H. Caldwell and C. Sabin. © 
1 c. Dec. 21, 1936; D 47638; Mary 
Hay Caldwell and Charles Sabin. 
New York. 1195 

Lights of Christmas ; a dramatic 
Christmas pageant, by Mattie B. 
Shannon. Incidental music by vari- 
ous composers. [Baltimore, 1936] 
16 p. 8vo. Contains music. © Oct. 
1, 1936 : 2 c. Dec. 23 ; D 47521 ; Jude- 
find bros., Baltimore. 1196 



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119- 



pt. I, n. s., v. 10 



Locating haunted house — and surpris- 
ing reception. See Adventures of 
Bill Baker. 

Xondon assurance : a comedy in 5 
scenes, text by Dion L. Boucicault, 
lyrics and adaptation by Ethel Bar- 
rvmore Colt, music by Phyliss Flan- 
nagan. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 1937; D 
39230; New jitney players, inc., New 
York. 1197 

Lone (The) Ranger; by Francis 
Striker, nos. A-229— A-234. © 1 c. 
each Feb. 11, 1937; D 4761&-47623 ; 
Lone Ranger, inc., Detroit. 

1198-1203 

nos. A-235-A-237. © 1 c. each 

Feb. 18, 1937; D 47728^7730; Lone 
Ranger, inc., Detroit. 1204-1206 

Lonely hearts of the air ; script 1, a 
dramatic script for radio presenta- 
tion, by W. R. Morison. © 1 c. Feb. 
1, 1937; D 47515; William Rainey 
Morison, New York. 1207 

Lord (The) is risen; an Easter drama, 
by Dr. H. M. Wellman. © 1 c. Feb. 
12, 1937; D 47807; H. M. Wellman, 
St. Petersburg, Pa. 1208 

Love insurance. See Grand hotel. 

Love (The) potion. See Death Valley 
days. 

Lovely hour ; a 1-act play, by E. Pillot. 
© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1937; D 47877; 
Eugene Pillot, Houston. 1209 

Loves (The) of Jenny Lind ; a musical 
photo-play in 11 scenes, by M. 
Bateson Graham, all the musical 
numbers by Felix Mendelssohn- 
Bartholdy, from his Lieder ohne 
worte, all lyrics by the author except 
Mendelssohn's, Hear ye Israel, from 
Elijah. Text. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 1937 ; 
D 47676; Mercy Bateson Graham, 
San Francisco. 1210 

Lovinglv yours, Orville ; a 3-act comedy, 
by T. J. Hand. © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1937 ; 
D 47457; Thomas James Hand, 
Brooklyn. 1211 

Lucy : a drama in 3 acts, by Sidney A. 
Rosen. © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1937 ; D 47490 ; 
Sidney Arnold Rosen, Los Angeles. 

1212 

Lulu ; oper von Alban Berg, nach den 
tragodien, Erdgeist und Buchse der 
Pandora, von Frank Wedekind, kla- 
vierauszng mit gesang von Erwin 
Stein. Wien, 1936. 317 p. fol. © 
Nov. 13. 1936; 1 c. Fob. 2, 1937; D 
39224; Universal edition, a. g., Vi- 
enna. 1213 



Lumawig e la saetta ; leggenda in 1 
atto e due quadri [di] Maner Lualdi, 
per la musica di Adriano Lualdi. 
Roma, New York [etc., etc.] 1937. 
19 p. 12mo. Text. © Feb. 11, 1937 ; 
1 c. Feb. 11; D 47643; G. Ricordi & 
co., Milan. 1214 

Mabel's holiday ; or Coo-ee ! a play in 
3 acts, by Lily Dyett [pseud, of E. 
Dyett] © 1 c. Nov. 6, 1936 ; D 47842 ; 
Elcena Dyett, Bexley, New South 
Wales, Australia. 1215 

Macbeth. See Shakespeare's most pop- 
ular plays. 

Mad (The) Hatterfields ; episode no. 1, 
a radio serial, by Carolyn Clarke. © 
1 c. Feb. 25, 1937 ; D 47891 ; Max M. 
Vinsonhaler, Chicago. 1216 

Madame Bovary ; 20 tableaux adaptes 
et mis en scene d'apres Gustave Flau- 
bert [par] Gaston Baty. Musique 
d'Andre Cadou. [Paris] 1936. 36, 
[2] p. illus., plates print, on both 
sides. 4to. ( [La Petite ilustration, 
no. 799]) Text. © Nov. 28, 1936; 
1 c. Feb. 2, 1937; D 47525; Gaston 
Baty, Paris. 1217 

Madame Mere ; a play in 3 acts, pro- 
logue and epilogue, bv E. Aronfreed. 
© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1937; D 47703; Eva 
Aronfreed, Philadelphia. 1218 

Madame president ; a 1-act comedy 
sketch, by W. Acton. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 
1937; D 47680; Wallace Acton, New 
York. 1219 

Magazine princess ; an operetta in 2 
acts, book and lyrics by Estelle Mer- 
rymon Clark, music by Adele Bohling 
Lee. Vocal score and libretto com- 
plete. Chicago [1937] 112 p. 4to. 
© Feb. 17, 1937 ; 2 c. Feb. 19 ; D 39228 ; 
Raymond A. Hoffman co., Chicago. 

1220 

Magic (The) melody; a 1-act play, writ- 
ten and produced by a group of chil- 
dren under the direction of R. Pollen. 
© 1 c. Feb. 9. 1937; D 47604; Ruth 
Pollen, New York. 1221 

Maker (The) of the cross; a drama in 
5 acts, by M. E. Pesnel. © 1 c. Feb. 
6, 1937 ; D 47503 ; Maximilian E. Pes- 
nel, Albany. 1222 

Man under the bed ; by E. Mahon. © 
1 c. Feb. 15, 1937 : D 47707 ; Edward 
Mahon, Evanston, 111. 1223 

Man (A) without principles; a play in 
1 act, by W. De Lisle. © 1 c. Feb. 9, 
1937 ; D 47546; William De Lisle, New 
York. 1224 



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1247 



Mandy on stylish Aggers. See Five two- 
some plays. 

Manhattan mother. The home coming, 
by O. Tovrov. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 1937 ; 
D 47670 ; Orin Tovrov, Chicago. 

1225 

Marco the Wanderer ; by S. J. Kaye. © 
1 c. Feb. 10, 1937; D 47595; Stanley 
J. Kaye, Cleevland. 1220 

Marine life ; a farce in 4 scenes, by 
Dorothy Starr. © 1 c. Feb. 1, 1937 : 
D 47425 ; Katherine Dorothy Oliphant 
Starr, San Diego, Calif. 1227 

Mary had a little lamb ; a comedy-mys- 
tery in 3 acts, by R. Saffron. © 1 c. 
Feb. 10, 1937 : D 47596 ; Rose Saffron, 
Cambridge, Mass. 1228 

Masque ( The ) of kings ; a play in 3 
acts, by Maxwell Anderson. New 
York, Washington, Anderson house, 
1936. 5 p: 1.. 3-141 p. 8vo. © Feb. 
8, 1937 : 2 c. Feb. 8 ; D 47512 ; Max- 
well Anderson, New City, N. Y. 1229 

Massimilla Doni ; oper in 4 akten (6 
bildern) von Othmar Schoeck. Text 
nach H. de Balzacs gleichnamiger no- 
velle von Armin Riieger. Wien, Leip- 
zig [1937] 64 p. 12mo. Text. © 
Jan. 15, 1937 ; 1 c. Feb. 2 ; D 47523 ; 
Universal-edition, a. g., Vienna. 

1230 

Matched bullets ; a comedy-drama in 3 
acts, by W. J. Beugge. © 1 c. Feb. 
17, 1937; D 47682; Walter J. Beugge, 
Brooklyn. 1231 

Maternity ; a play in 3 acts, by M. Mon- 
tagnoli. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1937 ; D 47636 ; 
Materno Montagnoli, White Plains, 
N. Y. 1232 

Matter (A) of form ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by A. C. Lowitz. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 
1937; D 47866; Anson C. Lowitz, 
Bronxville, N. Y. 1233 

Mazeltow machateinesta ; a melodrama 
with songs, in 2 acts, by Ben Pin- 
chas [pseud, of Aaron Nager] Text. 
,33xiyj B'n yaxmxVya :yt3"n3nn& mtrVia 
.cms .p ]is .-lyr^a e b>» jyapx 2 px 
© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1937; D 47115; 
Esther Field, New York. 1234 

Me and Jim ; a play in 3 acts, by J. D. 
Ravold. © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1937; D 
47472; John D. Ravold, New York. 

1235 

Meet the winner. See Five two-some 
plays. 

Merchant (The) of Venice. See 
Shakespeare's most popular plays. 



Midsummer-night's (A) dream. See 
Shakespeare's most popular plays. 

Miss Jimmy ; a farce in 3 acts, by 
Jean Provence. Minneapolis, Minn., 
The Northwestern press, 1937. 70, 
1 2 1 p. 12mo. © Jan. 30, 1937 ; 2 c. 
Feb. 1 ; D 47461 ; Northwestern press, 
Minneapolis. 1236 

Mr. and Mrs. America ; a radio presen- 
tation, by O. R. Cohen. © 1 c. Feb. 
20. 1987; D 47860; Ocftavus Roy 
Cohen, New York 1237 

Mrs. Lansing; a play in 3 acts, by 
Jonquil Stephens. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 
1937; D 47579; Jonquil Stephens 
Leiber, jr., Los Angeles. 1238 

Mixed doubles ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Jackson and Ann Allen. © 1 c. Feb. 
23, 1937 ; D 47853 ; Jackson C. Allen, 
Warm Springs, Ga. 1239 

Modern (The) Hale; a 1-act play with 
prologue, by D. N. Brown. © 1 c. 
Feb. 13, 1937; D 47674; Donald N. 
Brown, Corning, N. Y. 1240 

Mord (Der) in Mykene ; tragodie in 3 
akten, von Use Langner. © 1 c. Feb. 
9, 1937; D 47644; S. Fischer verlag, 
a. g., Berlin. 1241 

Mortimer Gooch ; episode no. 12, by 
John Van Cronkhite. © 1 c. Feb. 
1, 1937; D 47441; Columbia broad- 
casting system, inc., station WBBM, 
Chicago. 1242 

episode no. 13, by C. D. MacMil- 

lan. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1937; D 47519; 
Columbia broadcasting system, inc., 
station WBBM, Chicago. 1243 

episode no. 14, by C. D. MacMillan. 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1937; D 47671; Co- 
lumbia broadcasting system, inc., sta- 
tion WBBM, Chicago. 1244 

episode no. 15, by C. D. MacMil- 
lan. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 1937 ; D 47829 ; 
Coliunbia broadcasting system, inc., 
station WBBM, Chicago. 1245 

Mountain girl. See Aunt Jenny's real- 
life stories. 

Musical extravagance ; by R. Walker. 
Text. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1937; D 47410; 
Ray Walker, New York. 1246 

My glands: a play in 3 acts, by O. W. 
Gens. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1937; D 
47870; Oskar Wolf rum Gens, New 
York. 1247 

My life in the shadow of death. See 
Aunt Jenny's real-life stories. 



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1248 



pt. i, n. s., v. 10 



My mad ambition. See Aunt Jenny's 
real-life stories. 

My son's sin. See Aunt Jenny's real- 
life stories. 

Mysteries (The) of the rosary; a re- 
ligious drama in 3 parts, by Ralph 
Mead. Rev. ed. © 1 c. Feb. 10, 
1937; D 47612; Ralph Henry Mead, 
Merrill, Wis. 1248 

Mystery (The) of Manzano See Death 
Valley days. 

Naissance (La) de Tristan; poeme 
dramatique en 3 parties, par Georges 
Delaquys, musique de scene prise 
dans l'oeuvre de Richard Wagner. 
Text. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1937 ; D 47568 ; 
Georges Delaquys, Drome, France. 

1249 

Native (The) ; a play in 3 acts, by G. 
Household. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1937; 
D 47518; Geoffrey Household, Lon- 
don. 1250 

Nightingale; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
M. M. Sims and Elspeth Woodward 
[pseud, of E. C. Woodward] © 1 c. 
Feb. 12, 1937; D 47648; Margaret 
Medbury Sims, Los Angeles, and 
Elizabeth C. Woodward, New York. 

1251 

Nil medium ; a play in 1 act, by Mary 
Pakington. London, Samuel French 
[1937] 32 p. diagr. 12mo. 
([French's acting edition, no. 2070]) 
© Jan. 27, 1937; 1 c. Feb. 12; D 
47640; Mary Pakington, London. 

1252 

No more tobacco ; a play in 6 scenes, 
by J. L. Caldwell. © 1 c. Feb. 9, 
1937; D 47598; John L. Caldwell, 
Los Angeles. 1253 

Nocturne (The) ; a play in 4 acts, by 
A. Van Wie. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1937; 
D 47422; Anne Van Wie, New York. 

1254 

Nuremberg (The) stove; story written 
by Louise De La Ramee, scenario by 
Charlotte A. Wischhusen. © 1 c. 
Feb. 6, 1937; D 47606; Charlotte 
Augusta Wischhusen, Washington. 

1255 

Official observations. See Allinone. 

Old (The) captain and his treasure 
chest; author, M. Dozier Wynne. 
Griffin, Ga., 1937. |7] p. 8vo. © 
Jan. 21, 1937: 2 c. and aff. Jan. 29; 
AA 222865; M. Dozier Wynne, Grif- 
fin, Ga. 1256 



Olive who lived in a shoe. See Popeye 
the sailor. 

Omar, the verse maker. See Thorns in 
Omar's garden. 

On the banks ; a 1-act play, by Eben J. 
O'Brien. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1937; D 
47499; Eben John O'Brien, Water- 
town, Mass. 1257 

One learns to laugh ; by M. K. Hoch- 
muth. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 1937 ; D 47660; 
Marie K. Hochmuth, Pittsburgh. 

1258 

O'Neills (The) ; episodes 311-335, by 
Jane West. © 1 c. each Feb. -5, 
1937 ; D 47653 ; Procter & Gamble co., 
Cincinnati. 1259 

Oxydol's own Ma Perkins; continuities 
nos. 904 E. T.-924 E. T., by Lee 
Gebhart. © 1 c. each Feb. 15, 1937 ; 
D 47652; Procter & Gamble co., Cin- 
cinnati. 1260 

Pagliacci (I) ; a new translation and 
adaptation for the motion picture 
screen, by J. K. Templeton. Text. 
© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1937 ; D 47551 ; Jean- 
nette Kretschmer Templeton, Chi- 
cago. 1261 

Painter of sunflowers ; a play in 3 acts, 
by W. N. Fuqua. © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1937 ; 
D 47451; Wm. Nelson Fuqua, Chi- 
cago. 1262 

Paradise alley ; a play in 2 acts, by A. 
Muskett. © 1 c. Dec. 3, 1936; D 
47573; Albert Muskett; Davyhulme, 
near Manchester, England. 1263 

Paradise on earth. 8ee Harmony 
Heights. 

Paramount (The) Easter book; no. 7, 
recitations, pantomimes, playlets, ex- 
ercises, dialogs, features, songs; con- 
tributors: Pearl Holloway, Alice 
Crowell Hoffman, Emily Donaghy 
[and others] Chicago, 111. [1937] 
52, 9 p. 12mo. (A Paramount line 
publication) Contains music. © 
Jan. 25, 1937 ; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 28 ; 
A A 225345 ; Meyer & bro., Chicago. 

1264 

Parent trouble; a play in 3 acts, by 
Pauline Jamerson and G. S. Tinnin. 
© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1937 ; D 47733 : Glenna 
S. Tinnin, New York. 1265 

Passion (The) play. Sec Ave Maria 
hour. 

Pathfinder (The) ; a radio serial of 31 
episodes, arranged by M. A. Hall, 
based on the historical novel of the 



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1285 



same name, by James Fenimore 
Cooper. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1937; D 
47705 ; Mary Alice Hall, Grymes Hill, 
Staten Island, N. Y. 1266 

Patron of the arts ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by M. Tusting and G. Hutchinson. 
Revised and rewritten. © 1 c. Feb. 
10, 1937; D 47582; Marion Tusting, 
Brielle, N. J., and George Hutchinson, 
New Bedford, N. J. 1267 

Patsy counts 'em out. See First 
nighter. 

Payment : a play in 3 acts, by D. God- 
frey. © 1 c. Feb. 5, 1937 ; D 47496 ; 
Dennys Godfrey, Vernon, British 
Columbia. 1268 

Payoff (The) ; a comedy drama of the 
international border between the 
United States and Mexico, by O. L. 
Farnsworth. © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1937; 
D 47473 ; Otto L. Farnsworth, Burley, 
Id. 1269 

Peggy — my love. See First nighter. 

Pelle the Conqueror; by E. Jaffe. 
Adapted from the novel by Martin 
Andersen Nexo. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1937 ; 
D 47538 : Eli Jaffe, New York. 1270 

People (The) versus Howard Stone. 
Sec Famous jury trials. 

People (The) versus Jane Carson. See 
Famous jury trials. 

Phantom (The) of Jindera ; by Zoder 
Penzay [pseud, of H. A. Short] © 
1 c. Feb. 8, 1937; D 47678; Henry 
Arthur Short, Annandale, New South 
Wales, Australia. 1271 

Pigottera (La) See Fiorella. 

Pilgrim's progress. See Way (The) of 
salvation. 

Pillars (The) of society; a play in 4 
acts, by Henrik Ibsen ; adapted for 
production by Garrett H. Leverton. 
New York, N. Y., Los Angeles, Calif, 
[etc., etc.] [1937] 124 p. plates, 
diagr. 12mo. © Feb. 3, 1937; 2 c. 
Feb. 8; D 47511; Samuel French, 
New York. 1272 

^iay street ; a comedy drama in 3 acts, 
by Ewing Rafferty. © 1 c. Feb. 18, 
1937; D 47760; Ewing Lawrence 
Rafferty, New York. 1273 

Playful ladies : a comedy in 3 acts, bv 
O. Bjorkman. © 1 c. Feb. 26, 1937^; 
D 47912 ; Olaf Bjorkman. New York. 

1274 

Poor (A) man's wife. See Aunt Jenny's 
real-life stories. 



Popeye and Alexander the Great. See 
Popeye the sailor. 

Popeye in the gymnasium. See Popeye 
the sailor. 

Popeye the sailor ; a radio script, by 
John Alcorn, program no. 58. Sir 
Popeye, peerles knight. © 1 c. Feb. 
6, 1937; D 47481; Wheatena corp.. 
Rahway, N. J. 1275 

program no. 59. Popeye in 

the gymnasium. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1937 ; 
D 47482; Wheatena corp., Rahway. 
N. J. 1276 

program no. 60. Popeye and 

Alexander the Great. © 1 c. Feb. 6. 
1937 ; D 47483 : Wheatena corp., Rah- 
way, N. J. 1277 

program no. 61. William 

Popeye Tell. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1937 ; D 
47484; Wheatena corp., Rahway, 

N. J. 1278 

program no. 62. The sera?) 

iron yard. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1937; D 
47485 ; Wheatena corp., Rahway. 
N. J. 1279 

program no. 63. Olive who 

lived in a shoe. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1937 ; 
D 47486; Wheatena Corp., Rahway, 

N. J. 1280 

Pride and prejudice. See I have five 
daughters. 

Private office; a play in 3 acts, by M. 
Osborne. © 1 c. Feb. 1, 1937; D 
47446; Marea Osborne, West Los 
Angeles. 1281 

Professor's (The) diary; bk. 1, chapter 
1, a serial drama for radio, by Lynn 
Royal. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 1937 ; D 47468 ; 
Ethelynn K o e p k e Hundredmark. 
Elba, N. Y. 1282 

Promised (The) land; a dramatic poem 
in 12 scenes, by A. Nissenson. 

f x yayxs jwoxax-n nax 1 ? ytMxwix dxt 

.]XM5?o'3.x ps ,-iynV'a 12 

© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1937 ; D 47731 ; Aaron 

Nissenson, New York. 1283 

Protektorat ; ein volkstumliches drama 
unseres zeitalters in 11 bildern, von 
John Knittel. Zurich, Leipzig [1935] 
93 p. 12mo. © Dec. 14, 1935 ; 1 c. 
Mar. 19. 1936; D 47706; Orell Fiissli 
verlag, Zurich, Switzerland. 1284 

Provincetown ; a play in 5 scenes, by 
M. F. Melcher. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1937 : 
D 47816 ; Marguerite Fellows Melcher, 
Montclair, N. J. 1285 



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Quasi una fantasia (Beethoven) ; 3 
akte von P. Knudsen. © 1 c. June 
16, 1936; D 47862; Poul Knudsen, 
Kopenhagen, Denmark. 1286 

Quiet Haven; a comedy-drama in 3 
acts, by M. K. Faehnle. © 1 c. Feb. 
11, 1937 ; D 47811 ; Marie Kulewatz 
Faehnle, Pleasantville, N. Y. 1287 

Rabouilleuse (La) ; piece en 4 actes 
[par] Emile Fabre (d'apres Balzac) 
[Paris] 1936. 30, [4] p. illus. 4to. 
([La petite illustration, no. 802]) 
© Dec. 26, 1936 ; 1 c. Feb. 12, 1937 ; 
D 47888 ; Emile Fabre, Paris. 1288 

Radio (The) patrol (Calling all 
cars ! ) ; a 1-act play, by R. Joseph. 
© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1937 ; D 47514 ; Rich- 
ard Joseph, New York. 1289 

Radium (The) robbery. See While the 
city sleeps. 

Redcoats are coming. See While the 
city sleeps. 

Rehearse me ever ; by Richard B. Ayer. 
© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1937 ; D 47645 ; Van 
H. Cartmell, Glen Head, L. I., N. Y. 

1290 

Renfrew of the Mounted; by L. Y. 
Erskine. episodes nos. 217-221. © 
1 c. each Jan. 30, 1937 ; D 47413-47417 ; 
Laurie York Erskine, New Hope, Pa. 

1291-1295 

episodes nos. 222-226. © 1 c. 

each Feb. 3, 1937; D 47590-47594; 
Laurie York Erskine, New Hope, Pa. 

1296-1300 



episodes nos. 227-236. © 1 c. 

each Feb. 20, 1937; D 47792^7801; 
Laurie York Erskine, New Hope, Pa. 

1301-1310 

Republic's musical almanac ; programs 
nos. 27-50, by Meldrum & Fewsmith, 
inc. © 1 c each Feb. 19, 1937; D 
47734-47757; Republic steel corp., 
Cleveland. 1311-1334 

River (The) ; or, Ships, a screen play, 
by Lily Dyett [pseud, of E. Dvett] 
© 1 c. Nov. 6, 1936; D 47843; El- 
cena Dyett, Bexley. New South 
Wales, Australia. 1335 

River girl. See Aunt Jenny's real-life 
stories. 

Romance (The) of Neamet and Noam; 
a story of Arabian love and life in 
old Damascus, in 3 acts, by C. A. 



Wood. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1937; D 
47445 : Cornelius Ayer Wood, An- 
dover, Mass. 1336 

Roses on her bonnet ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by B. Marconnier. © 1 c. Feb. 
4. 1937 ; D 47471 ; Byrne Marconnier, 
New York. 1337 

Rule Brittania. See Talisman of the 



Sail with a pirate; a play in 3 acts, 
by E. Holt and H. R. Hardwicke. © 

1 c. Jan. 25, 1937; D 47885; Emily 
Holt and Hallie Read Hardwicke, 
Fort Worth. 1338 

Sailing for Europe. See Honest (The) 
working girl. 

Sandman ; a drama in 3 acts, by 
Thomas Milner [pseud, of K. Harris] 
© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1937 ; D 47584 ; Ken- 
neth Harris, New York. 1339 

Save the maid, if you can ! a prologue 
to a tragi-comedy, by Z. D. Udvardv. 
© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1937 ; D 47882 ; Z. D. 
Udvardy, New York. 1340 

Scenes for student actors ; v. 3, dra- 
matic selections from new plays, 
edited with notes, by Frances Cos- 
grove. New York, London [etc.] 1937. 
x, 132 p. 12mo. © Jan. 11, 1937; 

2 c. and aff. Jan. 13; A 102686; 
Samuel French, New York. 1340* 

School teachers ; episode 1, by B. L. 
Stafford and C. M. Shatava. '©lc. 
Jan. 4, 1937 ; D 47575; Bessie L. Staf- 
ford and Clara Mae Shatava, Sum- 
ner, la. 1341 

Scrap (The) iron yard. See Popeye 
the sailor. 

Screen struck ; an intimate musical 
comedy in 2 acts, text and music by 
J. Hadreas. © 1 c. Dec. 3, 1936 ; D 
39220; Jimmy Hadreas, San Diego. 
Calif. 1342 

Secret (The) locked in the captain's 
heart. See Aunt Jenny's real-life 
stories. 

Selected plays of Shakespeare; v. 2, 
edited with introductions and notes 
by Karl J. Holzknecht and Norman 
E. McClure. New York, Cincinnati 
[etc., etc., 1937] vii, 739 p. illus. 
12mo. Maps on lining. Dramatic 
contents. — The comedy of errors. — 
Romeo and Juliet. — A midsummer 
night's dream. — The life of King 
Henry V. — King Lear. — Antony and 
Cleopatra. — The tempest. © Feb. 1, 
1937 ; 2 c. and aff. Feb. 12 ; A 103431 ; 
Anier. book co., New York. 1342* 



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1359 



Service roughfind ; a dramatic playlet 
in 1 scene, bv Jack Riano [pseud:, of 
J. J. Bonrke] © 1 c. Jan. 29, 1937 ; 
D 47837; John J. Bonrke, Brooklyn. 

1343 

Seven (The) candles of Christ; a serv- 
ice of worship for the lighting of 
seven candles to represent seven 
major interests of the church, by 
Harold A. Ehrensperger. Chicago, 
111., 1936. [4] p. fol. © Dec. 19, 
1936; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 22; AA 
223726; Board of education of the 
Methodist Episcopal church, Chicago. 

1344 

Shake hands with the devil ; a play in 
3 acts, by John Huntington [pseud, 
of D. H. Jones] adapted from the 
book of the same name, by Rearden 
Conner. © 1 c. Feb. 5, 1937; 1) 
47497 ; Duryea H. Jones, New York. 

1345 

Shakespeare's most popular plays ; A 
midsummer-night's dream. — Twelfth 
night. — The merchant of Venice. — 
Julius Caesar. — Macbeth. — Hamlet ; 
edited by Francis L. Bacon and 
James D. Kirkpatrick. Evanston, 
111., New York city [etc.] [1937] 608 
p. front., illus. 8vo. On cover: 
Shakespeare's 6 most popular plavs. 
© Feb. 16, 1937; 2 c. Feb. 23; D 
47821 ; Row, Peterson & co., Evans- 
ton, 111. 1346 

Ships. See River. 

Ship's destination ; by Eugenia White. 
Chicago, 111. [1937] 3 p., 15 numb. 1. 
diagr. 4to. © Feb. 2, 1937; 2 c. 
Feb. 8 ; D 47555 ; Louis LeRoy Wil- 
son, Chicago. 1347 

Show (The) is on; a musical revue in 
2 acts, by Gerson H. Werner. Text. 
© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1937 ; D 47432 ; Select 
theatres corp., New York. [Copy- 
right is claimed on additions and re- 
visions]. 1348 

Silence in court ; a musical burlesque for 
schools and amateur societies, book 
and lyrics by Franklyn Kelsey, music 
by Alec Rowley. Vocal score with 
complete libretto. [London] Win- 
throp Rogers edition, Boosey & 
Hawkes, ltd. [etc.] 1937. 59 p. 
diagr. 8vo. © Feb. 16, 1937 ; 1 c. 
Feb. 20 ; D 39231 ; Boosey & co., ltd., 
London. 1349 

Silver (The) skates. See Hans 
Brinker. 



Singing kid ; episode 1, pts. 1-4, a series 
of episodes for radio, by G. Berg. 
© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1937 ; D 47863 ; Ger- 
trude Berg, New York. 1350 

Sir Popeye, peerless knight. See Pop- 
eye the sailor. 

Siren song ; a play in 3 acts, by Marcia 
Sharon [pseud, of M. W. Weiss] © 
1 c. Feb. 24, 1937; D 47911; Marie 
Ware W T eiss, Buffalo. 1351 

So we may marry ; a play in 3 parts, 
by L. L. Lerner. © 1 c. Feb. 16, 
1937 ; D 47663 ; Leon L. Lerner, Bal- 
timore. 1352 

Society man. See First nighter. 

Someone to carry the halo ; a comedy in 
1 act, by B. Dexter. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 
1937; D 47489; Byron Dexter, New 
York. 1353 

Son of his father. See First nighter. 

Spanischer spuk ; oper in 3 akten, text 
von Poul Knudsen, musik von Man- 
fred Gurlitt. Text. © 1 c. Sept. 29, 

1936 ; D 47431 ; Poul Knudsen, K0ben- 
havn, Danmark. 1354 

Stan ; by Homer Croy and Houston 

Branch. © 1 c. Jan. 28, 1937; D 

47398; Standard oil co. of Indiana, 

Chicago. 1355 

Standard Easter book ; no. 2, edited by 
James DeForest Murch. Cincinnati, 
O. [1937] 48 p. illus. 8vo. Con- 
tains music. © Feb. 15, 1937; 2 c. 
and aff. Feb. 18 ; AA 226318 ; Stand- 
ard pub. co., Cincinnati. 1355* 

Staten Island ferry; a 3-act play, by 
Donald and Daria Gray. © 1 c. 
Jan. 28, 1937; D 47819; Donald and 
Daria Gray, Flushing, L. I., N. Y. 

1356 

Stella (La) d'oriente ; 3 atti [di] Al- 
berto C. E. Calace. Roma, 1937. 3 p. 
1., 102 p., 1 1. port. 8vo. © Jan. 
20, 1937; 1 c. Feb. 8; D 47527; 
Alberto Calace, Rome. 1357 

Stony ground ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Mai Merritt [pseud, of M. S. Ma- 
loney] © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1937; D 
47820; Merritt S. Maloney, Los An- 
geles. 1358 

Storm (The) and the gleam; a comedy 
in 3 acts, by Stanley Chandler [pseud, 
of P. W. Chandler] © 1 c. Feb. 2, 

1937 ; D 47513 ; Percy William Chand- 
ler, London. 1359 



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Story (The) behind the song; no. 3, 
a radio program series, by Lindsay 
MacHarrie. © 1 c. Nov. 3, 1936; 
D 47586; Radio transcription co. of 
America, ltd., Hollywood, Calif. 

1360 

Story (The) of Brother Andre. Sec 
Ave Maria hour. 

Story (The) speaks; a fantastic com- 
edy in 3 acts, by S. A. Polley. [Lon- 
don] Play rights & publications, ltd. 
[19301 62 p. 8vo. © Dec. 20, 1936 ; 
1 c. Jan. 25, 1937; D 47424; S. A. 
Polley, S. Croydon, Surrey, England. 

1361 

Suffer little children ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by J. D. Ross. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 
1937 ; D 47517 ; Jerome D. Ross, New 
Milford, Conn. 1362 

Sugar honey ; a negro drama in 9 scenes, 
by B. Angus. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1937 ; D 
47683 ; Bernie Angus, New York. 

1363 

Suicide (The) ring; a farce in 3 acts, 
with music, book and lyrics by S. 
Schoenwetter. Text. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 
1937 ; D 47871 ; Sydney Schoenwetter, 
Brooklyn. 1364 

Summer escapes ; a play in 3 acts, by 
R. Rosten. Rev. version. © 1 c. Feb. 
5, 1937 ; D 47480 ; Robert Rosten, New 
York. 1365 

Summer hotel ; an original screen plav. 
by J. Shapiro. © 1 c. Feb. 16, 1937 ; 
D 47684; Jay Shapiro, Brooklyn. 

1366 

Sunbrite (The) junior nurse corps; by 
Stack-Goble advertising agency. Jan. 
11, 13, 15, 1937. © 1 c. each Jan. 
28, 1937 ; D 47394-47396 ; Swift & co., 
Chicago. 1367-1369 

Jan. 18, 20, 22, 1937. © 1 c. 

each Jan. 30, 1937; D 47419-47421: 
Swift & co., Chicago. 1370-1372 

Susan and God ; a 3-act play, by R. 
Crothers. © 1 c. Feb. 1, 1937; D 
47442 ; Rachel Crothers, New York. 

1373 

Svet kde se zebra : hfa o 4 dejstvich s 
dobrym koncem. die Edmond Konrad. 
© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1937 ; D 47803 ; Uni- 
versum literarni agentura Bohumila 
Perlika, Prague. Czechoslovakia. 

1374 

Swimming lesson — and chasing Mr. 
Duffy. Sec Honest working girl. 



Tales of valiant vessels; [no. 1] by 
V. J. Dempsey. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1937 ; 
D 47854; Vincent J. Dempsey, New 
York. 1375 

Talisman of the grave; or, Rule Brit- 
tania, an original satire in 3 acts, 
by Frank Hilliard and M. Olbes. © 
1 c. Feb. 8, 1937; D 47647; Frank 
William Hilliard and Manuel Olbes, 
Los Angeles. 1376 

Teacher's pet ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Sy Bernhard and M. Rechler. © 1 c. 
Feb. 3, 1937 ; D 47464 ; Michael Rech- 
ler, New York. 1377 

Tempo; a play in 3 acts, by M. Pierce. 
© 1 c. Dec. 31, 1936 ; D 47408 ; Marion 
Pierce, New York. 1378 

Ten ten-minute plays ; a collection of 
short sketches, by Paul S. McCoy. 
Franklin, O., Denver, Colo., 1936. 
61 p. 12mo. Contents. — Rummage 
sale. — Good and dependable. — What 
exercise will do. — Honeymoon. — Ar- 
tistic development. — P arking for 
one. — Clothes make the man. — Lines 
of fate. — Fire goes out. — Guest of 
honor. © Aug. 10, 1936 ; 2 c. Jan. 11. 
1937; D 47563; Eldridge entertain- 
ment house, inc., Franklin, O. 1379 

That Ferguson family ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Howard Chenery. New York. 
London [1929] 114 p. plates, diagrs. 
12mo. ( [French's standard library 
edition]) © Oct. 2, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 
29, 1937; D 47435; Samuel French. 
New York. 1380 

There aint no sun ; by E. S. Heflin. © 
1 c. Feb. 3, 1937; D 47465; Eleanor 
Scherr Heflin, New York. 1381 

They came back ; a 3-act play, by V. 
James Worthingham. © 1 c. Feb. 
23, 1937 ; D 47852 ; Vernon Worthing- 
ham, New York. 1382 

Third stringer. Sec While the city 
sleeps. 

This was a man ! by Thomas William 
Broadhurst. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 1937: 
D 47673 ; Iva Broadhurst, New York. 

1383 

Thorns in Omar's garden; by P. Wing. 
Rev. version of Omar, the verse 
maker. © 1 c. Feb. 25. 1937; D 
47910; Paul Wing. Riverside. Conn. 

1384 

Though I walk through the valley : by 
Sarah C. Pettit. © 1 c. Feb. 19. 1937 : 
D 4775S : Sarah C. Kennan Pettit. 
Pittsburgh. 1385 



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Three kimonos ; a play in 3 acts, by Pat 
O'Mara [i. e. P. O'Mara] © 1 e. Feb. 
9, 1937: D 47603: Patrick O'Mara. 
Baltimore. 1386 

Three puppet plays : edited by Paid 
McPharlin. [Detroit, 1937] cover- 
title, 39 p. 32mo. Contents.— St. 
George and the dragon, by Edgar 
Caper. — Pensive puppets, by Nina 
Efimova, translated by Elena Mit- 
coff. — The sorcerer's apprentice, by 
Doris Stewart and Naomi Woll. © 
Jan. 20, 1937 ; 2 c. Feb. 4 : aff . Feb. 8 : 
AA 225485: Paul McPharlin, Bir- 
mingham, Mich. 1387 

Three ways to rob a lady; a 1-act 
play, by E. S. Joseph. © 1 c. Feb. 
13, 1937: D 47665: Ellis Saint 
Joseph, New York. 1388 

Thrills : episodes nos. 2—4, by Forrest 
Barnes. © 1 c. each Feb. 23, 1937; 
D 47832-47834: Amer. radio fea- 
tures, Los Angeles. 1389-1391 

Thron (Der) im Nebel : drama [von] 
Georg Basner. Berlin [1936] 122, 
[1] p. 12mo. © Nov. 30. 1936; 1 c. 
Feb. 15, 1937; D 47890; Theaterver- 
lag Albert Langen-Georg Miiller, 
g. m. b. h., Berlin. 1392 

Through all ages; a play in 3 acts, 
by J. Leiser. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 1937; 
D 47849; Joseph Leiser, Augusta, 
Ga. 1393 

Thy will be done ; a drama of Passion 
time in 3 parts, by Robert J. Murphy 
and Cecelia Lenz. New York. N. Y., 
Los Angeles, Calif., Samuel French ; 
London. Samuel French, ltd., 1937. 
42 p. illus., diagrs. 12mo. © Jan. 
28, 1937 : 2 c. Feb. 1 : D 47460 ; Rob- 
ert J. Murphy, Baltimore. 1394 

Toby asks a question. See Five two- 
some plays. 

Toby Tyler ; dramatic version by Clare 
Tree Major [i. e. C. T. M. Kender- 
dine] from original by James Otis 
Kaler. © 1 c. Jan. 29, 1937; D 
47572 ; Clare Tree Major Kenderdine, 
Chappaqua, N. Y. 1395 

Tomorrow we die ; a play in 2 acts, 
by M. Eustis. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1937 : 
D 47817- ; Morton Eustis, New York. 

1396 

Torch (The) ; a play in 2 acts, by 
W. B. Carlock. © 1 c. Feb. 5, 1937 ; 
D 47504; Wayne Bryan Carlock, 
Santa Cruz, Calif. 1397 



Tovarich ; by Jacques Deval. adapted 
by Robert E. Sherwood. New York 
[19371 vii, [2], 11-159 p. 8vo. © 
Feb. 2, 1937; 2 c. Feb. 5; D 47508; 
Random house, inc., New York. 



Tower of ivory ; a play in 1 act, by M. 
Duhan. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 1937; D 
47675 ; Marjorie Duhan, New York. 

1399 

Tracking the enemy ; a photo play, by 
Alf Frederick [pseud, of C. A. Ban- 
croft] © 1 c. Feb. 1, 1937 : D 47887 : 
Charles A. Bancroft, Boston. 1400 

Tragical (The) history of Dr. Faustus ; 
a play in 14 scenes, adapted by O. 
Welles, after the work of Christopher 
Marlowe. © 1 c. Feb. 10, 1937; D 
47576 ; Orson Welles, New York. 

1401 

Trailer troubles. See While the city 
sleeps. 

Trailing the killer — & Klondike's mis- 
sion. See Adventures of Bill Baker. 

Travaglio ; commedia in 3 atti, seconda 
edizione riveduta e corretta [di] 
Attilio Lolini. Siena, Edizione An- 
cora, 1936. 7 p. 1., 17-211, [1] p. 
8vo. © Mav 6, 1936: 1 c. Feb. 8, 
1937: D 47526; Attilio Lolini, Siena. 
Italy. 1402 

True travel tales, by E. Bahn. A be- 
lated romance. © 1 c. Dec. 2, 1936 ; 
D 47429 ; Eugene Bahn, Hamilton, 
N. Y. 1403 

Home again. © 1 c. Dec. 2, 

1936; D 47428: Eugene Bahn, Ham- 
ilton, N. Y. 1404 

World's fair, 1893. © 1 c. 

Dec. 2, 1936 ; D 47427 ; Eugene Bahn. 
Hamilton, N. Y. 1405 

Tutor for Horace. See Honest (The) 
working girl. 

Twelfth night. See Shakespeare's 
most popular plays. 

Twenty-five years ago today ; a dra- 
matic composition and news com- 
mentary, by M. Graf. © 1 c. Feb. 
23, 1937; D 47878; Max Graf, San 
Francisco. 1406 

Twenty minute Bible plays ; a collec- 
tion by Edna Watson. Franklin, O., 
Denver, Colo., 1936. 66 p. 12mo. 
Contents. — The centurion's servant. — 
The rich young ruler. — Job — ancient 
and modern. — The first passover. — 
The revellers. — Naaman's gifts. — 



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Twenty minute Bible plays — Continued. 
The parable of the debtors.— The 
miracle at Gadara. © Sept. 21, 
1936; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1937; D 47562; 
Eldridge entertainment house, inc., 
Franklin, O. 1407 

Two blades of grass; a play in 3 acts, 
by Jean Newton [pseud, of H. N. 
Stich] © 1 c. Jan. 28, 1937; D 
47399; Hermine Neustadtl Stich, 
New York. 1408 

Two weeks on a boat ; by S. Cossik. © 
1 c. Feb. 2, 1937; D 47453; Sarah 
Cossik, Brooklyn. 1409 

Understudy; playlet no. 1, a play in 
3 acts, by V. J. Dempsey, first of a 
series of radio programs. © 1 c. 
Feb. 18, 1937; D 47723; Vincent J. 
Dempsey, New York. 1410 

Ung (En) manns flukt ; et drama tisk 
dikt [af] Herman Wildenvey. Oslo, 
1936, 168 p. 12mo. © Nov. 20, 
1936 ; 1 c. Jan. 29, 1937 ; A— Foreign 
34362 ; Gildendal Norsk forlag, Oslo, 
Norway. 1410* 

Up from the earth ; a radio production, 
written and produced, by F. Briggs. 
© 1 c. Feb. 13, 1937; D 47716; Fin- 
ney Briggs, Chicago. 1411 

Ut mine stromtid. See Leute auf 
Piimpelhagen. 

Valiant lady. See Grand hotel. 

Values. See Damned (The) heathen. 

Verts paturages; [par] Marc Connelly, 
traduit par Bernardine de Menthon. 
Paris [1936] 2 p. 1., [7]-233, [1] p., 
1 1. 12mo. (Les iles) Original 
English title : Green pastures. © 
Dec. 21, 1936; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1937; D 
47565 ; Desclee, de Brouwer et cie., 
Paris. 1412 

Vic and Sade ; Dec. 31, 1936, Jan. 1, 
4-8, 11-15, 18-22, 25-29, Feb. 1-5, 
1937, by Paul Rhymer. © 1 c. each 
Feb. 15, 1937; D 47654; Procter & 
Gamble co., Cincinnati. 1413 

Vivandiere (La) ; an opera in 3 acts, 
book by Henri Cain, music by Ben- 
jamin Godard, English translation 
and adaptation by Josepha Chekova 
[pseud, of J. C. Domansky) Text. 
© 1 c. Feb. 24, 1937; D 47867; 
Josepha Chekova Domansky, New 
York. 1414 

Wages (The) of sin; a play in 3 acts, 
by L. Klareich. © 1 c. Feb. 10', 
1937; D 47632; Lee Klareich, New 
York. 1415 



Wally for queen! the private life of 
royalty [a sketch] by Upton Sin- 
clair. [Pasadena, Calif., Pierce 
press, 1936] 16 p. 24mo. © Dec. 
15, 1936 ; 2 c. and aff . Jan. 15, 1937 ; 
AA 224669; Upton Sinclair, Pasa- 
dena. 1416 

Watchman, what of the night? by 
Sarah C. Pettit. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 
1937; D 47759; Sarah C. Keenan 
Pettit, Pittsburgh. 1417 

Way (The) of salvation; taken from 
the allegory, Bunyan's Pilgrim's 
progress, by C. A. Williams. [1937] 
cover-title, 27 p. 8vo. © Jan. 19, 
1937 ; 2 c. and aff. Feb. 3 ; AA 222981 ; 
C. A. Williams, Danville, la. 1418 

Ways of pleasantness; a pageant for 
Children's day, text by Lizzie DeAr- 
mond, music by W. B. Judefind. 
Baltimore, Md. [1936] 14 p. 8vo. 
© Apr. 11, 1936; 2 c. Dec. 23; D 
39222; Judefind bros., Baltimore. 

1419 

We thought we were so modern. See 
Aunt Jenny's real-life stories. 

We who love ; a dramatic presentation 
in 3 acts, by M. A. Goldstein. © 
1 c. Jan. 29, 1937; D 47406; Max A. 
Goldstein, Lakewood, N. J. 1420 

What counts? a humorous-action com- 
edy in 3 acts, screenplay and lyrics 
by L. C. Eddy. Text. © 1 c. Feb. 
9, 1937; D 47597; Lloyd Champlin 
Eddy, Riverside, R. I. 1421 

What more can I lose ; a dramatic 
sketch, by M. J. Daly. © 1 c. Jan. 
30, 1937; D 47418; Marie J. Dalv, 
Laurelton, L. I., N. Y. 1422 

Where's the fire? a comedy of summer 
resort life, in 3 acts, by Cornelia 
Stabler Gillam. New York, N. Y., 
London [etc., etc.] [1937] 105 p. 
diagr. 12mo. © Feb. 8, 1937; 2 c. 
Feb. 12; D 47641; Samuel French, 
New York. 1423 

While the city sleeps ; a radio program, 
by Roy A. Sorensen, episode no. 189. 
Art for art's sake. © 1 c. Jan. 29, 
1937; D 47402; Bowey's, inc., Chi- 
cago. 1424 

episode no. 190, Trailer 



troubles. © 1 c. Jan. 29, 1937; D 
47401; Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 1425 

episode no. 191. Redcoats 



are coming. ©1 c. Feb. 5, 1937; D 
47487 ; Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 1426 



60 



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no. 2, 1937 



1440 



■ episode no. 192. 



Third 
stringer/ © 1 c. Feb. 5, 1937; D 
47488; Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 1427 
•episode no. 193. G girl. © 



1 c. Feb. 12, 1937; D 47718; Bowey's, 
inc., Chicago. 1428 

episode no. 194. Accusing 



finger. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 1937 ; D 47664 
Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 1429 

episode no. 195. Dolly Dix 



on's double. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 1937; 
D 47708 ; Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 

1430 

episode no. 196. Bottled 



death. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1937 ; D 47844 ; 
Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 1431 

episode no. 197. The radium 

robbery. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1937; D 
47874; Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 1432 

Whiskey sour; a play in 3 acts, by V. 
Perdue. © 1 c. Feb. 12, 1937; D 
47679; Virginia Perdue, Los Angeles. 

1433 

Whistle for your murder ; episodes 1, 2, 
a mystery drama with music, by 
Jack Varela [i. e. J. K. Varela] and 
Richard Paulett Creyke. Text. © 
1 c. Feb. 8, 1937; D 47605; John K. 
Varela, Washington. 1434 

White (The) nigger; a drama of the 
old South in 4 parts, by W. P. Woolf 
and A. E. Orr. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1937 ; 
D 47542; Winfield P. Woolf and 
Angus E. Orr, Atlanta. 1435 



William Popeye Tell. See Popeye the 
sailor. 

Woodbury's rippling rhythm; Jan. 7, 
1937, Juda Canova as mistress of 
ceremonies, by R. V. Harvey. © 1 c. 
Feb. 18, 1937; D 47805; Victor P. 
Rehg, Brooklyn. 1436 

World's fair, 1893. See True travel 
tales. 

Wot next? a play in 1 act, by A. J. 
Bonomo. © 1 c. Feb. 18, 1937; D 
47715; Alfred J. Bonomo, New 
Orleans. 1437 

Yanci ; a 2-act musical comedy of mod- 
ern Hungary, book and lyrics by 
Syjay Treitel [pseud, of S. J. Treitel] 
music by E. Burnett. © 1 c. Jan. 
23, 1937; D 39225; Symon J. Treitel 
and Ernie Burnett, New York. 

1438 

Yesterday's headlines ; installments 1-3, 
a radio program, by J. L. Irwin. © 
1 c. each, Feb .9, 1937; D 47634; 
Joel L. Irwin, Brooklyn. 1439 

You can't take it with you; a play by 
Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman. 
New York, Toronto, Farrar & Rine- 
hart [1937] 5 p. 1., 3-207 p. front. 
12mo. © Feb. 1, 1937; 2 c. Feb. 3; 
D 47475; Moss Hart, Beverly Hills, 
Calif., and George S. Kaufman, New 
York. 1440 



Number of entries of dramas included in part 1, group- 3, of the catalog 
since Jan. 1, 1937 : 

Dramatic compositions (including 1,002 unpublished) 1,139 

Dramatic compositions in foreign languages (including 50 unpub- 
lished) 109 

Dramatico-musical compositions (including 13 unpublished) 20 

Drama tico-musical compositions in foreign languages (including 1 
unpublished) 16 

Total . 1, 284 



61 



TITLES OF DRAMAS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS 
BEEN RENEWED UNDER SECTIONS 23 AND 24 OF THE ACT OF 
MARCH 4, 1909 [1440 



American (An) widow; a comedy in 3 
acts, by H. Kellet Chambers. © Ma- 
ria Cristina Chambers, Great Neck, 
L. I., N. Y., as the widow of the au- 
thor. R 49526, Jan. 30, 1937. 1 

Baron Grouch ; 2 act comic opera, book 
and lyrics by J. M. Reilly, music by 
H. W. Petrie. © Julia C. Petrie, Chi- 
cago, as the widow of the author of 
the music. R 49347, Jan. 7, 1937. 2 

Demoiselles (Les) des Saint-Cyriens ; 
operette en 3 acts et 5 tableaux, de 
P. Gavault et V. de Cottens, musique 
de Louis Varney. Libretto only. © 
Paul Gavault, Paris, as one of the au- 
thors of the text. R 54615, Jan. 30, 
1937. 3 

Dr. Wake's patient ; a comedy in 4 acts, 
by W. Gayer Mackay and Robert Ord. 
© Rose Aimee Speakman, St. Bri- 
avels, Gloucester, England, as the next 
of kin of the author, who is not living. 
R 49326, Jan. 13, 1937. 4 

Echo (The) ; an original musical play 
in 2 acts, libretto by W. Le Baron, 
music by D. Taylor. Complete li- 
bretto. [Libretto only] © William 
Le Baron, Hollywood, Calif., and 
Deems Taylor, New York, as the au- 
thors of the words and music. R 
49379, Jan. 7, 1937. 5 

Eglamore (The) portraits. See Little 
Mrs. Cummin. 

Enfant (Un) de masseur; vaudeville en 
1 acte, par J. M. Priollet. © J. M. 
Priollet, Chalons sur Marne, France, 
as the author. R 54612, Jan. 30, 1937. 

6 

Face (The) at the window ; a play in 4 
acts, by H. C. Goddard. © Harold 
C. Goddard, Swarthmore, Pa., as the 
author. R 49382, Jan. 9, 1937. 7 

Fanny and the servant problem ; a quite 
possible play in 4 acts, by Jerome K. 
Jerome. © Georgina Elizabeth Hen- 
rietta Stanley Jerome, Hampstead, 
England, as the widow of the author. 
R 49287, Jan. 25, 1937. 8 



Feed the brute ; in 1 act, by George Pas- 
ton. © Alice Evans, London, as the 
next of kin of the author, who is not 
living. R 49323, Jan. 13, 1937. 9 

Fetards (Les) ; operette en 3 acts et 4 
tableaux, de Antony Mars et Maurice 
Hennequin. © Stephanie Ernestine 
Desmargie Mars, Paris, as the widow 
of one of the authors. R 54608, Jan. 
30, 1937. 10 

Flirting princess ; a musical comedy in 
2 acts, by F. R. Adams and Will M. 
Hough. Libretto only. © Frank R. 
Adams, Los Angeles, as one of the 
authors. R 54565, Jan. 14, 1937. 11 

© Will M. Hough, Los An- 
geles, as one of the authors. R 54566, 
Jan. 14, 1937. 12 

Herodias ; en 4 acts et 7 tableaux, de 
P. Milliet, H. Gremont, and A. Zanar- 
dini, musiqne de Jules Massenet. Vo- 
cal score. © Louise Constance de 
Gressy Massenet, Versailles, France, 
as the widow of the author of the 
music. R 54618, Jan. 30, 1937. 13 

How the shrew was tamed ; a farce in 
1 act, by M. A. Rask. © M. A. Rask, 
Brooklyn, as the author. R 49248, 
Dec. 30, 1936. 14 

Lion (The) hunter; or, Veldt, the lion 
killer, a comic opera in 2 acts, book 
and lyrics by James M. Reilly, music 
by H. W. Petrie. [Libretto only] © 
Julia C. Petrie, Chicago, as the widow 
of the author of the music. R 49348, 
Jan. 7, 1937. 15 

Little Mrs. Cummin ; a 3-act play, by R. 
Pryce, founded on The Eglamore por- 
traits, by Mary E. Mann. © Richard 
Prvce, London, as the author. R 
54556, Jan. 22, 1937. 16 

Madame Troubadour ; a vaudeville-op- 
erette in 3 akten, nach dem franzosis- 
chen, von Bela Jenbach und Robert 
Pohl, musik von Felix Albini. Li- 
bretto only. © Josephine Albini, 
Sagreb, Jugoslavia, as the widow of 
the author of the music. R 49380, 
Jan. 7, 1937. 17 



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no. 2, 1937 



31 



Melting-pot (The) ; a drama in 4 acts, 
by Israel Zangwill. © Edith A. Zang- 
will, East Preston, Sussex, England, 
as the widow of the author. R 54753, 
Jan. 19, 1937. 18 

Moissonneur (Le) ; drame en 5 actes, de 
Raoul Charbonnel, musique de Fran- 
cis Casadesns. © Raonl Charbonnel, 
Paris, as the author of the text. R 
54617, Jan. 30, 1937. 19 

Monna Vanna ; drame lyrique en 4 
actes, poeme de Maurice Maeterlinck, 
musique de Henry Fevrier. © Henry 
Fevrier, Paris, as the author of the 
music; R 54616, Jan. 30, 1937. 20 

Monologues; by Beatrice Herford 
[pseud, of Beatrice Herford Hay- 
ward] with pictures by Oliver Her- 
ford. © Beatrice Herford Hay ward, 
Wayland, Mass., as the author. R 
44466, Apr. 8, 1936. 21 

Papa (Le) de Francine; operette- 
vaudeville en 4 actes et 7 tableaux, 
de H. Chivot, V. de Cottens, and P. 
Gavault, musique de Louis Varney. 
Libretto only. © V. de Cottens and 
Paul Gavault, Paris, as the authors 
of the text. R 54613, Jan. 30, 1937. 

22 

Sappho ; In 5 acts, after the novel of 
Alphonse Daudet, words by Henry 
Cain and Arthur Bernede, music by 
J. Massenet, English translation, by 
Grafton Chapman. Vocal score. © 
Henri Cain and Arthur Bernede, 
Paris, as the authors of the text. 
R 54620, Jan. 30, 1937. 23 

Shakespeare ; operette bouffe en 3 
actes, de Paul Gavault and P. L. 
Flers, musique de Gaston Serpette. 
Libretto only. © Paul Gavault, 
Paris, as one of the authors of the 
text. R 54614, Jan. 30, 1937. 24 

Song (The) shop; by Julian Jordan. 
© Susan M. Bridgeman and Allis 



Jordan Smith, Mount Vernon, N. Y., 
as the children of the deceased 
author. R 49378, Jan. 7, 1937. 25 

Tilda's new hat ; a play in 1 act, by 
George Paston. © Alice Evans, Lon- 
don, as the next of kin of the author, 
who is not living. R 49322, Jan. 13, 
1937. 26 

Triumph (Der) des Prometheus; dich- 
tung von Paul Reboux, deutsch von 
Otto Neitzel, musik von Reynaldo 
Halm. Klavierauszug mit deutschem 
und franzosischem text. © Paul 
Reboux, Paris, as the author of the 
text. R 54622, Jan. 30, 1937. 27 

Uncles and aunts ; a farcical comedy in 
3 acts, by W. Lestocq and Walter 
Everard. © Mary Ann Lestocq, 
London, as the widow of one of the 
authors. R 49324, Jan. 13, 1937. 28 

Veldt, the lion killer. See Lion (The) 
hunter. 

We dine at seven ; a sketch for two 
ladies, by Angela Cudmore [i. e. A. 
C. Shuttleworth and P. Davey. © 
Peter Davey, London, and Angela 
Cudmore Shuttleworth, East Mole- 
sey, Surrey, England, as the authors. 
R 49325, Jan. 13, 1937. 29 

Werther; in 4 acts and 5 tableaux, 
after Goethe's novel, by Edouard 
Blau, Paul Milliet, and Georges 
Hartmann, music by J. Massenet, 
English translation by Henry Graf- 
ton Chapman. Vocal score. © 
Henry Grafton Chapman, Bonita, 
Calif., as the child of the deceased 
author. R 54619, Jan. 30, 1937. 30 

White (The) slave; a drama in 6 acts, 
by Bartley Campbell. © Robert 
Campbell, New York, as the child of 
the deceased author. R 54557, Jan. 
18, 1937. 31 



63 



CLASSES L AND M 

MOTION PICTURES 



Bar-rac's night out; directed by Earl 
Frank. (A Pete Smith specialty) 
Reel. © Feb. 11, 1937; 2 c. and 
description Feb. 16; M 7175; Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New York. 

1441 

Bar-Z bad men; original story by 
James P. Olsen, adaptation and 
screen play by George H. Plympton, 
directed by Sam Newfleld. 6 reels. 
© Jan. 20, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
Feb. 8; L 6902; Republic pictures 
Corp., New York. 1442 

Bed-time vaudeville; no. 1925, directed 
by Joseph Henabery. Reel. © Feb. 
25, 1937; 2 c. and description Feb. 
25; L 6941; Vitaphone corp., New 
York. 1443 

Between the world and the weather. 
Reel. © Jan. 14, 1937; 2 c. and 
description Jan. 28; M 7123; Audi- 
Vision, inc., New York. 1444 

Big (The) race; story by Walter Lantz 
and Victor McLeod, artists, Manuel 
Moreno, George Nicholas and Ben 
Clopton. (Meany, Miny, Moe) Reel. 
© Feb. 17, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
Feb. 18; M 7184; Universal pictures 
co., inc., New York. 1445 

Bill Burnham's new railroad. Reel. 
© Jan. 11, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
Jan. 27; M 7197; AudiVision, inc., 
New York. 1446 

Blade (The) of fame. Reel. © Feb. 
10, 1937 ; 2 c. and description Feb. 16 ; 
M 7201 ; AudiVision, inc., New York. 

1447 

Bridal griefs ; story by Charles Roberts 
and George Jeske, directed by 
Charles E. Roberts. 2 reels. © Feb. 
5, 1937 ; 2 c. and description Feb. 26 : 
L 6945; RKO-radio pictures, inc., 
New York. 1448 

Bull's eyes from breakdowns. Reel. 
© Dec. 31, 1936 ; 2 c. and description 
Feb. 19, 1937; M 7199; AudiVision, 
inc., New York. 1449 

Champagne waltz ; from a story by 
Billy Wilder and H. S. Kraft, screen 



play by Don Hartman and Frank 
Butler, directed by A. Edward Suth- 
erland. 10 reels. © Jan. 29, 1937; 
2 c. and description Feb. 11 ; L 6907 ; 
Paramount pictures, inc., New York. 

1450 

Cinema circus ; dialogue by John 
Krafft, directed by Roy Roland. 2 
reels. © Jan. 28, 1937; 2 c. and 
description Feb. 15; L 6916; Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New York. 

1451 

Circus daze. ( A Hugh Dudolf Harnian- 
Ising cartoon in technicolor) Reel. 
© Jan. 25, 1937; 2 c. and description 
Feb. 8; M 7141; Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer corp., New York. 1452 

Clarence ; based on the play by Booth 
Tarkington, screen play by Seena 
Owen and Grant Garrett, directed by 
George Archainbaud. 7 reels. © 
Feb. 23, 1937; 2 c. and description 
Feb. 23 ; L 6931 ; Paramount pictures, 
inc., New York. 1453 

Community sing. 1 reel each. © 
Columbia pictures corp. of Calif., ltd., 
Los Angeles. 1454, 1455 

No. 1. © Feb. 8, 1937 ; 2 c. Feb. 9 ; 

description Feb. 10; M 7148. 
No. 2. © Feb. 12, 1937 ; 2 c. Feb. 12 ; 

description Feb. 26; M 7204. 

Criminal lawyer; from a story by Louis 
Stevens, screen play by C. V. Atwater 
and Thomas Lennon, directed by 
Christy Cabanne. 7 reels. © Jan. 
19, 1937; 2 c. and description Feb. 
24 ; L 6937 ; RKO-radio pictures, inc., 
New York. 1456 

Crossroads (The) of science. Reel. © 
Sept. 28, 1936; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1937; 
description Feb. 2; M 7133; John H. 
Fellows and Clyde J. Knapp, Oak- 
land, Calif. 1457 

Dancing on the ceiling; from the story 
by Jack Barton Loeb, directed by 
Murray Roth. (A tabloid musical) 
Reel. '© Jan. 14, 1937; 2 c. and 
description Feb. 2; L 6885; Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New York. 

1458 



64 



MOTION PICTURES 



no. 2, 1937 



1478 



Descending doom. See Jungle Jim. 

Devil (The) bird. See Jungle Jim. 

Diamond-crown speed-line styling ; no. 
M-329-A. © title and description 
reed. Jan. 8, 1937; 77 prints reed. 
Feb. 11 ; M 7169 ; Chevrolet motor co., 
Detroit. 1459 

Ditto ; story by Paul Gerard Smith, 
directed by Charles Lamont. 2 reels. 
© Feb. 12, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
Feb. 16; L 6927; Educational films 
corp. of America, New York. 1460 

Doctor's (A) diary; story by Samuel 
Oranitz and Joseph Anthony, screen 
play by David Boehm, directed by 
Charles Viclor. 8 reels. © Jan. 22, 
1937; 2 c. and description Feb. 4; 
L 6896; Paramount pictures, inc., 
New York. 1461 

Dollars and sense. Reel. © Jan. 23, 
1937 ; 2 c. and description Jan. 28 ; 
M 7122 ; AudiVision, inc., New York. 

1462 

Don't tell the wife ; from the play Once 
over lightly by George Holland, 
screen play by Nat Perrin, directed 
by Christy Cabanne. 7 reels. © Feb. 
24, 1937; 2 c. and description Feb. 
24 ; L 6939 ; RKO-radio pictures, inc., 
New York. 1463 

E. M. Newman's Nice work; no. 2024, 
narrated by Milton J. Cross, edited 
by Bert Frank. Reel. © Feb. 18, 
1937; 2 c. and description Feb. 18; 
M 7181 ; Vitaphone corp., New York. 

1464 

Everybody sing ; story by Walter Lantz 
and Victor McLeod, artists, Ray 
Abrams and Bill Mason. (A Walter 
Lantz production) Reel. © Feb. 4, 
1937 ; 2 c. Feb. 5 ; description Feb. 9 ; 
M 7145 ; Universal pictures co., inc., 
New York. 1465 

Everything is thunder ; from the novel 
by Jocelyn Lee Hardy, screen play 
by Marion Dix and John Orton, di- 
rected by Milton Rosmer. 9 reels. 
© Aug. 16, 1936 ; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1937 ; 
description Dec. 22. 1936; L 6900; 
Gaumont British picture corp. of 
America, New York. 1466 

Field day. © title and description 
reed. Jan. 8, 1937; 979 prints reed. 
Feb. 11 ; M 7160 ; Chevrolet motor co., 
Detroit. 1467 

Fire and water. © title and descrip- 
tion reed. Jan. 8, 1937; 869 prints 
reed. Feb. 11 ; M 7165 ; Chevrolet mo- 
tor co., Detroit. 1468 



Forest gangsters ; narrator Gayne 
Whitman. (Struggle to live no. 3) 
Reel. © Jan. 8, 1937 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription Feb. 24 ; M 7191 ; Van Beu- 
ren corp., New York. 1469 

Formations. © title and description 
reed. Jan. 8, 1937; 814 prints reed. 
Feb. 11 ; M 7164 ; Chevrolet motor co. 
Detroit. 1470 

Fun begins at home ; direction by Mil- 
ton Schwarzwald. Reel. © Feb. 2, 
1937 ; 2 c. Feb. 3 ; description Feb. 4 ; 
L 6897 ; Universal pictures co., inc., 
New York. 1471 

Fun's fun ; story by Jefferson Macha- 
mer, produced by Al Christie. 2 
reels. © Feb. 5, 1937; 2 c. and de- 
scription Feb. 16; L 6926; Educa- 
tional films corp. of America, New 
York. 1472 

Gambling (The) terror; original story, 
adaptation and screen play by 
George H. Plympton and Fred My- 
ton, directed by Sam Newfield. 6 
reels. © Feb. 15, 1937 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription Feb. 16; L 6920; Republic 
pictures corp., New York. 1473 

Genuine Fisher no-draft ventilation ; 
no. M-329-D. © title and descrip- 
tion reed. Jan. 8, 1937 ; 88 prints reed. 
Feb. 11 ; M 7171 ; Chevrolet motor co., 
Detroit. 1474 

George Hall and his orchestra ; no. 
2056, directed by Roy Mack. Reel. 
© Feb. 2, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
Feb. 3 ; L 6893 ; Vitaphone corp., New 
York. 1475 

Getting off to a good start. Reel. © 
Jan. 25, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
Jan. 29; M 7116; AudiVision, inc., 
New York. 1476 

Gilding the lily; directed by David 
Miller. (A Pete Smith specialty) 
Reel. © Jan. 28, 1937 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription Feb. 2 ; M 7124 ; Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New York. 

1477 

Girl overboard ; original story by 
Sarah Elizabeth Rodger, screen play 
by Tristram Tupper, directed by Sid- 
ney Salkow. 6 reels. © Feb. 23, 
1937; 2 c. and description Feb. 24; 
L 6935 ; Universal pictures co., inc., 
New York. 1478 

Girl's (A) best years; story and music 
by Val Burton and Will Jason, screen 
play by Stanley Rauh and Richard 
Goldstone, directed by Reginald Le 
Borg. (A miniature musical com- 



65 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



1479 



pt. I, n. s., v. 10 



Girl's (A) best years — Continued, 
edy) 2 reels. © Jan. IS, 1937 : 2 c. 
and description Feb. 2; L 6886; 
Metro-Gold wyn-Mayer Corp., New 
York. 1479 

Give me liberty ; no. 7766-67, story and 
screen play by Forrest Barnes, di- 
rected by B. Reeves Eason. 2 reels. 
© Feb. 10, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
Feb. 11; L 6908; Vitaphone corp., 
New York. 1480 

Gliding knee-action ride ; no. M-329-F. 
© title and description reed. Jan. 8, 
1937; 66 prints reed. Feb. 11; M 
7168; Chevrolet motor co., Detroit. 

1481 

Gold mania ; narration by Alois Hav- 
rilla. text by Harold McCracken. 
(World on parade no. 5) Reel. © 
Dec. 25, 1936; 2 c. and description 
Feb. 5, 1937; M 7134; Van Beuren 
corp., New York. 1482 

Gold — quest of the ages ; adaptation by 
Sherman Rogers and M. G. Mac- 
Pherson, narration by Robert Sher- 
wood, direction by Richard C. Kahn. 
Reel. © Feb. 1, 1937; 2 c. and de- 
scription Feb. 2 ; M 7127 ; Columbia 
pictures corp. of Calif., ltd., Los An- 
geles. 1483 

Good (The) earth; based upon the 
novel by Pearl S. Buck, screen play 
by Talbot Jennings, Tess Slesinger 
and Claudine West, directed by Sid- 
ney Franklin. 14 reels. © Feb. 8, 
1937; 2 c. and description Feb. 16; 
L 6925 ; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., 
New York. 1484 

Great (A) car; no. M-288. © title and 
description reed. Jan. 8, 1937; 1023 
prints reed. Feb. 11; M 7161; Chev- 
rolet motor eo., Detroit. 1485 

High hat with Hudson. Reel. © Jan. 
27, 1937; 2 c. and description Jan. 29; 
M 7113 ; Audi Vision, inc., New York. 

1486 

Hit the saddle; based on book by Wil- 
liam Colt MaeDonald, original story 
by Oliver Drake and Maurice Ger- 
aghty, screen play by Oliver Drake, 
directed by Mack V. Wright. 6 reels. 
© Feb. 1, 1937; 2 c. and description 
Feb. 8; L 6901; Republic pictures 
corp., New York. 1487 

Hitting the bull's eyes. Reel. © Dec. 
31, 1936; 2 c. and description Feb. 19, 
1937; M 7198; AudiVision, inc., New 
York. 1488 



Hold it; story by Marcy Klauber and 
Arthur Jarrett, produced by Al 
Christie. 2 reels. © Jan. 29, 1937; 
2 c. and description Feb. 3; L 6894; 
Educational films corp. of America, 
New York. 1489 

House cleaning blues ; animated by 
David Tendlar and Eli Brucker, di- 
rected by Dave Fleischer. (Betty 
Boop cartoon) Reel. © Jan. 15, 
1937 ; 2 c. Feb. 1 ; description Feb. 2 ; 
M 7126; Paramount pictures, inc.. 
New York. 1490 

How you see it. © title and descrip- 
tion reed. Jan. 8, 1937; 605 prints 
reed. Feb. 11; M 7166; Chevrolet 
motor co., Detroit. 1491 

I promise to pay ; original screen play 
by Mary C. McCall, jr. and Lionel 
Houser, directed by D. Ross Leder- 
man. 7 reels. © Feb. 13, 1937 ; 2 e. 
Feb. 13 ; description Feb. 16 ; L 6918 : 
Columbia pictures corp. of Calif., ltd., 
Los Angeles. 1492 

Ice men. (Bill Corum no. 6) Reel. © 
Jan. 15, 1937; 2 c. and description 
Feb. 3; M 7130; Van Beuren corp., 
New York. 1493 

In the Cobra's castle. See Jungle 
Jim. 

Inside (The) track with Thermoid. 
Reel. © Dec. 3, 1936; 2 c. Jan. 29, 
1937; description Dec. 14, 1936; M 
7119 ; AudiVision, inc., New York. 

1494 

It's a toss-up. Reel. © Jan. 27, 1937 ; 
2 c. and description Jan. 29 ; M 7114 ; 
AudiVision, inc., New York. 1495 

It's all over now; no. 2049-50, conti- 
nuity bv Cvrus Wood, directed by 
Roy'Mack. 2 reels. © Feb. 18, 1937 ; 
2 c. and description Feb. 18 ; L 6928 ; 
Vitaphone corp., New York. 1496 

Jimmie Lunceford and his dance orches- 
tra ; no. 2062, directed by Joseph 
Henaberv. Reel. © Feb. 18. 1937; 
2 e. and description Feb. 18 ; M 7183 ; 
Vitaphone corp., New York. 1497 

Join the marines; original story by 
Karl Brown, screen play by Joseph 
Krumgold and Olive Cooper, di- 
rected by Ralph Staub. 8 reels. © 
Jan. 25, 1937 ; 2 e and description Feb. 
1(5; L 6922; Republic pictures Corp., 
New York. 1498 

Jungle Jim ; based on the newspaper 
feature entitled Jungle Jim, screen 
play by Wyndham Gittens, Norman 
S. Hall and Ray Trampe, directed by 



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Ford Beebe and Cliff Smith. 2 reels 
each. © Universal pictures co., inc., 
New York. 1499-1502 

Chap. 9, The devil bird. © Jan. 29, 
1987; 2 c. and description Jan. 30; 
L 6881. 

Chap. 10, Descending doom. © Feb. 
5, 1937 ; 2 c. and description Feb. 6 ; 
L 6899. 

Chap. 11, In the Cobra's castle. © 
Feb. 12, 1937 : 2 c. and description 
Feb. 13; L 6911. 

Chap. 12, The last safari. © Feb. 19, 
1937; 2 c. and description Feb. 
20 ; L 6933. 

Keep climbing with Barrett in 1937. 
Reel. © Jan. 14, 1937; 2 c. and de- 
scription Jan. 28; M 7120; AudiVis- 
ion, inc., New York. 1503 

Keys to more interviews. Reel. © Jan. 
25, 1937 ; 2 c. and description Jan. 29 ; 
M 7115 ; AudiVision, inc., New York. 

1504 

Knight clubs. © title and description 
reed. Jan. 4, 1937 ; 935 prints reed. 
Feb. 11 ; M 7155 ; Chevrolet motor co., 
Detroit. 1505 

Ladies of the jury. See We're on the 
jury. 

Land beyond the law; story by Marion 
Jackson, screen play by Luci Ward 
and Joseph K. Watson, directed by 
B. Reeves Easton. 6 reels. © Feb. 
25, 1937 ; 2 c. and description Feb. 
25; L 6940; Warner bros. pictures, 
inc., New York. 1506 

Larceny on the air ; original story by 
Richard English, screen play by En- 
dre Bohem and Richard English, di- 
rected by Irving Pichel. 6 reels. © 
Jan. 13, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
Feb. 16: L 6921; Republic pictures 
corp., New York. 1507 

Last (The) of Mrs. Cheyney ; from the 
play by Frederick Lonsdale, screen 
plan by Leon Gordon, Samson Ra- 
phaelson and Monckton Ho'ffe, di- 
rected by Richard Boleslawski. 10 
reels. © Feb. 15, 1937 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription Feb. 25; L 6942; Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New York. 

1508 

Last (The) safari. See Jungle Jim. 

Laughs and flashes. © Chevrolet mo- 
tor co., Detroit. 1509, 1510 
No. 5. © title reed. Jan. 4, 1937; 
description and 715 prints reed. 
Feb. 11: M 7157. 



No. 6. © title reed. Jan. 4, 1937 ; de- 
scription and 988 prints reed. Feb. 
11 ; M 7156. 

Leading up to an easy close. Reel. © 
Feb. 2, 1937; 2 c. and description 
Feb. 5; M 7136; AudiVision, inc., 
New York. 1511 

Leon Navara & his orchestra ; no. 2001, 
directed by Joseph Henabery. Reel. 
© Feb. 18, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
Feb. 18; M 7182; Vitaphone corp., 
New York. 1512 

Lyin' (The) hunter; story by Allen 
Rose, animation by Harry Love. (A 
Charles Mintz production) Reel. © 
Feb. 1, 1937 ; 2 c. Feb. 2 ; description 
Feb. 4; M 7131; Screen gems, inc., 
Los Angeles. 1513 

Magician Mickey. (A Walt Disney 
Mickey Mouse) Reel. © Jan. 20, 
1937 ; 2 c. Feb. 8 ; description Feb. 9 ; 
M 7144; Walt Disney productions, 
ltd., Los Angeles. 1514 

Maid of Salem ; from a story by Brad- 
ley King, screen play by Walter Fer- 
ris, Bradley King and Durward 
Grinstead, directed by Frank Lloyd. 
9 reels. © Feb. 19, 1937; 2 c. and 
description Feb. 23; L 6932; Para- 
mount pictures, inc., New York. 

1515 

Mama steps out ; from a play by John 
Kirkpatrick, screen play by Anita 
Loos, directed by George B. Seitz. 
8 reels. © Feb. 5, 1937; 2 c. and 
description Feb. 16; L 6924; Metro- 
Goldwvn-Maver corp., New York. 

1516 

Man of the people ; original story and 
screen play by Frank Dolan, directed 
by Edwin L. Marin. 8 reels. © 
Jan. 26, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
Feb. 2; L 6888; Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer corp., New York. 1517 

March (The) of Time. 2 reels each. 
© Time, inc., New York. 1518, 1519 
V. 3, no. 6. © Jan. 22, 1937; 2 c. 

and description Feb. 8; M 7142. 
V. 3, no. 7. © Feb. 19, 1937; 2 c. 

and description Feb. 24; M 7194. 

Men are not gods ; scenario and dia- 
logue by G. B. Stern and Iris Wright, 
written and directed by Walter 
Reisch. 10 reels. © Feb. 19, 1937; 
2 c. and description Feb. 19 ; L 6929 ; 
London film productions, ltd., Den- 
ham, Uxbridge, Middlesex, England. 

1520 



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pt. i, n. s., v. 10 



Midnight court; original and screen 
play by Don Ryan and Kenneth 
Garnet, directed by Frank McDonald. 
7 reels. © Feb. 10, 1937; 2 c. and 
description Feb. 11 ; L 6900 ; Warner 
bros. pictures, inc. and the Vitaphone 
corp., New York. 1521 

Mind your own business; story by 
John Francis Larkin, screen play 
by Dore Schary, directed by Nor- 
man Z. McLeod. 8 reels. © Jan. 8, 
1937 ; 2 c. Jan. 30 ; description Jan. 
29; L 6880; Paramount pictures, inc., 
New York. 1522 

Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Crawford, the poets 
of the organ ; no. 1949, directed by 
Joseph Henabery. Reel. © Feb. 16, 
1937; 2 c. and description Feb. 16; 
M 7176; Vitaphone corp., New York. 

1523 

Modern pirates. See Secret agent X-9. 

Moose hunters. (A Walt Disney Mick- 
ey Mouse) Reel. © Feb. 13, 1937; 
2 c. Feb. 25 ; description Feb. 26 ; 
M 7205; Walt Disney productions, 
ltd., Los Angeles. 1524 

New all-silent all-steel bodies; no. M- 
329*-G. © title and description reed. 
Jan. 8, 1937; 110 prints reed. Feb. 
11 ; M 7172 ; Chevrolet motor co., 
Detroit. 1525 

New high-compression valve-in-head 
engine; no. M-329-H. © title and 
description reed. Jan. 8, 1937; 66 
prints reed. Feb. 11; M 7167; Chev- 
rolet motor co., Detroit. 1526 

Nut guilty; no. 1935, story by Burnet 
Hershey and Jack Henley, directed 
by Lloyd French. Reel. © Feb. 24, 
1937; 2 c. and description Feb. 24; 
L 6934 ; Vitaphone Corp., New York. 

1527 

O'Casey (Sean) The plough and the 
stars. See Plough (The) and the 
stars. 

Oklahoma as is; no. 2046, written and 
directed by Carl Stearns Clancy. 
Reel. © Feb. 26, 1937; 2 c. and 
description Feb. 26; M 7203; Vita- 
phone corp., New York. 1528 

Once over lightly. See Don't tell the 
wife. 

Organ grinder's swing ; animated by 
David Tendlar and William Sturm, 
directed by Dave Fleischer. Reel. 
© Feb. 19, 1937; 2 c. Feb. 23; de- 
scription Feb. 24 ; M 7188 ; Paramount 
pictures, inc., New York. 1529 



Outcast; from a story by Frank R. 
Adams, screen play by Doris Malloy 
and Dore Schary, directed by Robert 
Florey. 8 reels. © Feb. 5, 1937 ; 2 c. 
and description Feb. 23; L 6930; 
Paramount pictures, inc., New York. 

1530 

Park avenue logger ; based on a Sat- 
urday Evening Post story by Bruce 
Hutchison, adaptation and screen 
play by Dan Jarrett and Ewing Scott, 
directed by David Howard. 7 reels. 
© Feb. 24, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
Feb. 24 ; L 6936 ; RKO-radio pictures, 
inc., and George A. Hirliman produc- 
tions, New York. 1531 

Partners. Reel. © Feb. 17, 1937 ; 2 c. 
and description Feb. 19; M 7200; 
Audi Vision, inc., New York. 1532 

Paving the way. Reel. © Jan. 22, 
1937 ; 2 c. and description Jan. 28 ; 
M 7121 ; Chrysler corp., Detroit. 

1533 

Pearl (The) of the Pacific; no. 2020, 
dialogue by Ira Genet, edited by Bert 
Frank, commentator Kenneth Rob- 
erts. Reel. © Feb. 10, 1937; 2 c. 
and description Feb. 10 ; M 7151 ; 
Vitaphone corp., New York. 1534 

Penrod and Sam ; by Booth Tarking- 
ton, screen play by Lillie Hayward 
and Hugh Cummings, directed by 
William McGann. 7 reels. © Feb. 
2, 1937 ; 2 c. and description Feb. 3 ; 
L 6895 ; Warner bros. pictures, inc. 
and the Vitaphone corp., New York. 

1535 

Perfected hydraulic brakes; no. M- 
329-E. © title and description reed. 
Jan. 8, 1937 ; 66 prints reed. Feb. 11 ; 
M 7170 ; Chevrolet motor co., Detroit. 

1536 

Performance counts. Reel. © Feb. 19, 
1937; 2 c. and description Feb. 23; 
M 7202 ; AudiVision, inc., New York. 

1537 

Pigs is pigs ; no. 7717, animation by Bob 
McKimson and Paul Smith, produced 
by Leon Schlesinger. (Merrie melo- 
dies) Reel. © Feb. 23, 1937; 2 c. 
and description Feb. 23; M 7190: 
Vitaphone corp., New York. 1538 

Plough (The) and the stars; from the 
play by Sean O'Casey, screen play 
by Dudley Nichols, directed by John 
Ford. 8 reels. © Jan. 15, 1937 ; 2 c. 
and description Feb. 26; L 6944; 
RKO-radio pictures, inc., New York. 

1539 



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1557 



Pretty (The) pretender; no. 2054-55, 
story and dialogue by Burnet Her- 
shev, directed by Joseph Henabery. 
2 reels. © Jan. 30, 1937; 2 c. and 
description Feb. 1; L 6883; Vita- 
phone corp., New York. 1540 

Puttin' on the dog. (Bill Corum no. 
7) Reel. © Feb. 24, 1937; 2 c. and 
description Feb. 24; M 7193; Van 
Beuren corp., New York. 1541 

Ray (The) that blinds. See Secret 
agent X-9. 

Rayon comes of age. Reel. © Feb. 4, 
1937; 2 c. and description Feb. 10; 
M 7147 ; Audi Vision, inc., New York. 

1542 

Re-creation (The) of Brian Kent. See 
Wild Brian Kent. 

Red lights ahead ; by Robert Ellis and 
Helen Logan, screen play by Robert 
Ellis and Helen Logan, directed by 
Roland Reed. 7 reels. © Feb. 11, 
1937; 2 c. Feb. 12; description Feb. 
13 ; L 6910 ; Chesterfield motion pic- 
tures corp., New York. 1543 

Reel vaudeville; no. 2064. Reel. © 
Feb. 8, 1937 ; 2 c. and description Feb. 
8 ; M 7140 ; Vitaphone Corp., New 
York. 1544 

Rembrandt ; from the film play by Carl 
Zuckmayer, scenario by June Head, 
directed by Alexander Korda. 9 
reels. © Nov. 27, 1936; 2 c. and 
description Feb. 1, 1937; L 6882; 
London film productions, ltd., Den- 
ham, TJxbridge, Middlesex, England. 

1545 

Robinson Crusoe of Clipper Island ; epi- 
sodes 7-14, screen play and original 
story by Morgan Cox, Barry Shipman 
and Maurice Geraghty, directed by 
Mack V. Wright and Ray Taylor. 16 
reels. © Jan. 13, 1937 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription Feb. 16; L 6919; Republic 
pictures corp., New York. 1546 

Roger Wolfe Kahn & his orchestra ; no. 
2006. directed by Roy Mack. Reel. 
© Feb. 15, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
Feb. 15; M 7173; Vitaphone corp., 
New York. 1517 

Romantic Mexico ; text by Harold Mc- 
Cracken, narration by Alois Havrilia. 
(World on parade no. 6) Reel. © 
Jan. 11, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
Feb. 24; M 7192; Van Beuren corp., 
New York. 1548 

Round-up time in Texas ; original 
screen play by Oliver Drake, directed 
by Joseph Kane. 7 reels. © Feb. 8, 



1937; 2 c. and description Feb. 9; L 
6904 ; Republic pictures Corp., New 
York. 1549 

Safety through service. Reel. © Jan. 
20, 1937 ; 2 c. and description Feb. 5 ; 
M 7139 ; AudiVision, inc., New York. 

1550 

Sailor maid ; story by Charles Lamont, 
screen play by Ewart Adamson, di- 
rected by Charles Lamont. 2 reels. 
© Feb. 4, 1937 ; 2 c. Feb. 4 ; descrip- 
tion Feb. 5; L 6898; Columbia pic- 
tures corp. of Calif., ltd., Los Angeles. 

1551 

Say it with candy ; no. 2010-11, story by 
Cyrus Wood and A. Dorian Otvos, 
directed by Roy Mack. 2 reels. © 
Feb. 15, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
Feb. 15; L 6917; Vitaphone corp., 
New York. 1552 

Scotland Yard commands; adapted 
from the novel by Nevil Shute, screen 
play by Gerald Fairlie, directed by 
James Flood. 8 reels. © Jan. 30, 
1937 ; 2 c. Feb. 1 ; description Feb. 2 ; 
L 6889; Grand national films, inc., 
New York. 1553 

Scrambled legs ; narrative by Jack 
Kofoed, described by Dan Seymour. 
(News world of sports) Reel. © 
Feb. 20, 1937 ; 2 c. Feb. 20 ; descrip- 
tion Feb. 23 ; M 7187 ; Columbia pic- 
tures corp. of Calif., ltd., Los An- 
geles. 1554 

Sean O'Casey's The plough and the 
stars. See Plough (The) and the 
stars. 

Secret agent X-9; based on the news- 
paper feature entitled Secret agent 
X-9, original story and screen play 
by Wyndham Gittens, Norman S. 
Hall, Ray Trampe and Leslie Swa- 
bacher, directed by Ford Beebe and 
Cliff Smith. 2 reels each. © Uni- 
versal pictures co., inc., New York. 

1555, 1556 

Chap. 1, Modern pirates. © Feb. 11, 
1937 ; 2 c. Feb. 13 ; description Feb. 
12 ; L 6912. 

Chap. 2, The ray that blinds. © Feb. 
11, 1937 ; 2 c. Feb. 13 ; description 
Feb. 12 ; L 6913. 

See Uncle Sol ; story by Art Jarrett and 
Marcy Klauber, directed by Robert 
Hall. Reel. © Jan. 29, 1937; 2 c. 
and description Feb. 3 ; L 6892 ; Skibo 
productions, inc., New York. 1557 



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1558 



pt. i, n. s., v. 10 



Servant of the people ; story of the Con- 
stitution of the United States, orig- 
inal screen play by Joe Sherman, 
Richard Goldstone and Ray Doyle, 
directed by Edward Cahn. 2 reels. 
© Jan. 22, 1937; 2 c. and description 
Feb. 15; L 6915; Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer corp., New York. 1558 

Silence. © title and description reed. 
Jan. 8, 1937; 1012 prints reed. Feb. 
11 ; M 7163 ; Chevrolet motor co., De- 
troit. 1559 

Ski (The) parade; narrated by Ed 
Thorgersen, edited by Lew Lehr. 
(Adventures of the newsreel camera- 
man) Reel. © Feb. 4, 1937; 2 c. 
and description Feb. 4; M 7132; 
Twentieth century-Fox film corp., 
New York. 1560 

Song hits on parade ; continuity by Mil- 
ton Hocky and Fred Rath, directed 
by Fred Waller. Reel. © Jan. 15, 
1937 ; 2 c. Feb. 1 ; description Feb. 2 ; 
M 7125; Paramount pictures, inc., 
New York. 1561 

Spinning levers. © title and descrip- 
tion reed. Jan. 4. 1937; 1265 prints 
reed. Feb. 11 ; M 7153 ; Chevrolet mo- 
tor co., Detroit. 1562 

Stop that car. © title and description 
reed. Jan. 15. 1937; 924 prints reed. 
Feb. 11 ; M 7152; Chevrolet motor co., 
Detroit. 1563 

Stranger than fiction ; no. 33, narrated 
by Alois Havrilla, produced by 
Charles E. Ford. Reel. © Feb. 11, 
1937; 2 c. Feb. 13; description Feb. 
16; M 7178; Universal pictures co., 
inc., New York. 1564 

Successful selling methods. Reel. © 
Jan. 29, 1937; 2 c. and description 
Feb. 5; M 7138; AudiVision, inc., 
New York. 1565 

Sunday (The) round-up; original by 
Win. Collier, jr., screen play by H. C. 
Witwer, jr. and Olga Jamison, di- 
rected by William Clemens. 2 reels. 
© Feb. 9, 1937; 2 c. and description 
Feb. 10; L 6905; Vitaphone corp., 
New York. 1566 

Super ( The ) snooper ; story and screen 
play by Ewart Adamson, directed by 
Preston Black. 2 reels. © Feb. 19, 
1937; 2 c. Feb. 19; description Feb. 
26 ; L 6943 ; Columbia pictures corp. 
of Calif., ltd., Los Angeles. 1567 

Sure — we can sell more milk. Reel. 
© Jan. 27, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
Feb. 10; M 7146; AudiVision, inc., 
New York. 1568 



Swanee cruise ; no. 2048, directed by 
Joseph Henabery. Reel. © Jan. 30, 
1937 ; 2 c. and description Feb. 1 ; 
M 7117 ; Vitaphone corp., New York. 

1569 

Talk tires — Diamond. Reel. © Dec. 
31, 1936 ; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1937 ; descrip- 
tion Feb. 12; M 7185; AudiVision 
inc., New York. 1570 

Talk tires— Miller. Reel. © Dec. 31, 
1936 ; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1937 ; description 
Feb. 12; M 7186; AudiVision, inc., 
New York. 1571 

Thermoid means business. Reel. © 
Dec. 3, 1936; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1937; 
description Dec. 14, 1936; M 7118; 
Aui Vision, inc., New York. t 1572 

They wanted to marry ; story by Larry 
Bachmann and Darwin L. Teilhet, 
screen play by Paul Yawitz and 
Ethel Borden, directed by Lew 
Landers. 6 reels. © Feb. 5, 1937; 
2 c. and description Feb. 24 ; L 6938 ; 
RKO-radio pictures, inc., New York. 

1573 

Torture money ; original story and 
screen play by John C. Higgins, di- 
rected by Harold S. Bucquet. (A 
crime does not pay subject) 2 reels. 
© Jan. 18, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
Feb. 2; L 6887; Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer corp., New York. 1574 

Trusted (The) outlaw; original story 
by Johnston McCulley, adaptation 
and screen play by George H. Plymp- 
ton and Fred Myton, directed by 
Robert N. Bradbury. 6 reels. © 
Feb. 1, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
Feb 9; L 6903; Republic pictures 
corp., New York. 1575 

Turnabout man. © title and descrip- 
tion reed. Jan. 8, 1937; 814 prints 
reed. Feb. 11; M 7162; Chevrolet 
motor co., Detroit 1576 

Two wise maids ; original story by 
Endre Bohem, screen play by Sam 
Ornitz, directed by Phil Rosen. 8 
reels. © Feb. 15, 1937; 2 c and 
description Feb. 16 ; L 6923 ; Republic 
pictures corp., New York. 1577 

Under Southern stars ; no. 7792-3, 
story and screen play by Forrest 
Barnes, directed by Nick Grinde. 2 
reels. © Feb. 10', 1937; 2 c. and 
description Feb. 10; L 6906: Vita- 
phone corp., New York. 1578 

Underwater (An) romance; narrated 
by Ted Husing. (Sportlight) Reel. 
© Jan 29, 1937 ; 2 c. Feb. 6; descrip- 



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1600 



tion Feb. 8 ; M 7143 ; Paramount pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 1579 

Universal newsreel. 1 reel each. 

1580-1587 

No. 523, 524. © Dec. 29, 1936; Jan. 
1, 1937 ; 2 c. each Feb. 3 ; descrip- 
tion each Feb. 2; M 7128, 7129; 
Universal pictures Corp., New York. 

No 525, 526. © Jan. 5, 8, 1937 ; 2 c. 
and description each Feb. 10; M 
7149, 7150 ; Universal pictures co., 
inc., New York. 

No. 527, 528. © Jan. 12, 15, 1937; 
2 c. and description each Feb. 17 ; 
M 7179, 7180; Universal pictures 
co., inc., New York. 

No. 529, 530'. © Jan. 19, 22, 1937; 
2 c. each Feb. 25 ; description each 
Feb. 24; M 7195, 7196; Universal 
pictures co., inc., New York. 

Vitaphone (A) pictorial revue no. 4; 
no. 2036, commentator Howard 
Claney, dialogue by Ira Genet, edited 
by Bert Frank. Reel. © Feb. 16, 
1937; 2 c. and description Feb. 16; 
M 7177 ; Vitaphone Corp., New York. 

1588 

Vitaphone (A) pictorial revue no. 5; 
no. 2037, commentator Paul Douglas, 
edited by Bert Frank. Reel. © 
Feb. 12, 1937; 2 c. and description 
Feb. 15 ; M 7174 ; Vitaphone corp., 
New York. 1589 

Water boy. © title and description 
reed. Jan. 4, 1937; 1221 prints reed. 
Feb. 11; M 7154; Chevrolet motor 
co., Detroit. 1590 

We drivers. © title and description 
reed. Jan. 8, 1937; 1342 prints reed. 
Feb. 11 ; M 7159 ; General motors 
corp., Detroit. 1591 

We're in the Legion now; from an 
original story by J. D. Newsom, 
screen play by Roger Whately, di- 
rected by Crane Wilbur. 8 reels. © 
Jan. 13, 1937; 2 c. Feb. 3; descrip- 
tion Jan. 28 ; L 6891 ; Grand national 
films, inc., New York. 1592 



We're on the jury ; from the play 
Ladies of the jury by John Frederick 
Ballard, screen play by Franklin 
Coen, directed by Ben Holmes. 8 
reels. © Feb. 12, 1937; 2 c. and 
description Feb. 26; L 6946; RKO- 
radio pictures, inc., New York. 1593 

What do you think ; as seen and told 
by Carey Wilson, directed by Jacques 
Tourneur. (A miniature) Reel. © 
Feb. 6, 1937; 2 c. and description 
Feb. 23; M 7189; Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer corp., New York. 1594 

What it takes to win. Reel. © Dec. 
31, 1936; 2 c. and description Feb. 
5, 1937 ; M 7135 ; Chrysler corp., New 
York. 1595 

Wild Brian Kent ; based on the novel 
The re-creation of Brian Kent by 
Harold Bell Wright, screen play and 
adaptation by James Gruen and 
Earle Snell, directed by Howard 
Bretherton. 6 reels. © Nov. 6, 
1936; 2 c. and description Feb. 2, 
1937 : L 6884 ; Principal productions, 
inc., New York. 1596 

Wind, weather and wheels. © title 
and description reed. Jan. 4, 1937 ; 
1936 prints reed. Feb. 11; M 7158; 
Chevrolet motor co., Detroit. 1597 

Women of glamour ; story by Milton 
Herbert Gropper, screen play by 
Lynn Starling and Mary C. McCall, 
jr., directed by Gordon Wiles. 7 
reels. © Feb. 2, 1987; 2 c. Feb. 2; 
description Feb. 3 ; L 6890 ; Columbia 
pictures corp. of Calif., ltd., Los 
Angeles. 1598 

You only live once ; screen play by 
Gene Towne and Graham Baker, di- 
rected by Fritz Lang. 9 reels. © 
Jan. 24, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
Feb. 15 ; L 6914 ; United artists corp., 
New York. 1599 

Your milk — how can we best market it. 
Reel. © Jan. 29, 1937; 2 c. and 
description Feb. 5; M 7137; Audi- 
Vision, inc., New York. 1600 



Number of entries in classes L and M included in the catalog since Jan. 1- 
1937 : 

Motion-picture photoplays 142 

Motion-pictures other than photoplays 174 

Total 316 



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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

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COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891 



, i^t/j., 



OF JUNE 30, 1906, AND OF MARCH 4, 1909 



PART 1, GROUP 3 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 
MOTION PICTURES 



1937 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 10 
No. 3 



UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON : 1937 



'TpHE Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 1, 
■*■ Group 3, issued monthly, contains titles of Dramatic compositions and 
Motion pictures. 

Group 3 contains, in two separate alphabets, the titles of the entries made 
in Class "D", Dramatic compositions, and Dramatico-musical compositions,, 
arranged alphabetically by title; Class "L", Motion-picture photoplays; and 
Class "M", Motion pictures other than photoplays, arranged alphabetically by 
title. 

Under the act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 1909, the preliminary 
entry of titles has been abrogated and registration follows deposit of copies 
with an application for entry in the Copyright Office. 

To save space in the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbre- 
viated. The abbreviations used in this part are as follows: "D", Class D, 
Dramatic compositions; "L", Class L, Motion-picture photoplays; and "M'\ 
Class M, Motion pictures other than photoplays. "©" implies copyright regis- 
tration of a published work followed by date of publication; "© 1 c." stands 
for copyright of an unpublished work, followed by date of receipt in the Copy- 
right Office of the printed or manuscript copy; and "2 c." for two copies, 
followed by date of their receipt. 

A list of dramatic compositions of which the subsisting copyright has been 
renewed under sections 23 and 24 of the Act of March 4, 1909, will be found in this 
issue immediately following the drama list. 

Imprints. — When the publishers of dramatic compositions are also the claim- 
ants of copyright, their names are omitted from the imprint. 

The annual index contains the names of all copyright proprietors, the names 
of authors and titles of dramatic compositions, and the titles of all motion 
pictures. 

The act of March 4, 1909, provides that the Catalog of Copyright Entries 
"shall be admitted in any court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated 
therein as regards any copyright registration." 

The annual subscription price for the Catalog of Copyright Entries (received 
only for the calendar year) for Part 1, Group 3, is $2.00 for 1937, payable in 
advance to the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C, by postal 
money order, express order, or New York draft. 

Under the provisions of the act of Congress, approved May 23, 1928, the prices 
of the various parts of the Catalog are now as follows: 

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Lectures, and Maps 3. 00 

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Single numbers (except Book leaflets) . 50 1 

Annual indexes, each, for complete calendar year 2. 00 

All parts for complete calendar year 10. 00- 



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NOTICE 



The Copyright Act of 1909 provides that, of the articles deposited 
for copyright registration, the Librarian of Congress shall determine 
what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent 
collections of the Library of Congress and what other books or 
articles shall be transferred to other governmental libraries in the 
District of Columbia for use therein. 

The Act further provides that any article undisposed of as above 
and still remaining on the shelves of the Copyright Office may be 
returned to the claimant of copyright under the provisions of section 
60 of the Act. 

Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright pro- 
prietor, or other lawful claimant, that, insofar as any copyright 
articles deposited from January 1, 1929, to December 31, 1935, in- 
clusive, are still remaining in the files of the Copyright Office, and are 
not to be transferred to the Library of Congress or to any other gov- 
ernmental library in the District of Columbia, such books or articles 
may be returned to the claimant of copyright if requested by such 
claimant prior to December 31, 1937. 

This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits,, 
such as books, periodicals, dramatic compositions, musical composi- 
tions, engravings, cuts or prints, lithographs, photo-engravings, or 
photographs. Slanuscripts or typewritten dramas and photographs 
filed for identifying works of art may not be returned. No maps 
are available for return. 

To secure such possible return the claimant of copyright of record 
should make formal request for the return of the articles, whick 
must be separately and definitely specified. A suitable blank will 
be supplied on request. Address Register or Copyrights, Library 
of Congress, Washington, D. C. 



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CLASS D 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



A & P bandwagon ; by Ted Collins. Feb. 
25, 1937. © 1 c. Feb. 26, 1937; D 
47942 ; Paris & Peart, New York. 

1601 



Mar. 4, 1937. ©lc, Mar. 6, 

1937; D 48180; Paris & Peart, New 
York. 1602 

Mar. 11, 18, 1937. © 1 c. each 



Mar. 19, 1937 ; D 48469, 48470 ; Paris 
& Peart, New York. 1603, 1604 

Absolutist (The) ; a political comedy 
melodrama in 3 acts, by M. L. Goff. 
© 1 c. Mar. 8, 1937 ; D 48351 ; Madi- 
son Leitch Goff, Glendale, Calif. 

1605 

Accnsatrice (L') ; commedia dramma- 
tica in 3 atti ed nn prologue con 
qualche spunto musicale, di Bice 
Pupeschi. Text. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 
1937 ; D 48145 ; Bice Pupeschi, Rome. 

1606 

Across yonder — ; a mystical adventure, 
a play in 3 acts, by Theodora Wilson 
Wilson. London, Published by the 
author, 1936. 4 p. L, 76, [1] p. 12mo. 
© 1 c. Dec. 16, 1936 ; A ad int. 22425 ; 
pubd. Dec. 5 ; Theodora Wilson Wil- 
son, London. 1606* 

Adventures of big Bill Baker ; a radio 
script, by Edith Meiser. Episode no. 
4. Bill gets some information. © 
1 c. Mar. 6, 1937 ; D 48154 ; McKnight 
& Jordan, inc., New York. 1607 

episode no. 5. Bill, Duke and 

the knockout. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1937; 
D 48155; McKnight & Jordan, inc., 
New York. 1608 

episode no. 6, The ghost's 

return. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1937 ; D 48156 ; 
McKnight & Jordan, inc., New York. 

1609 



episode no. 7. The murder — 

and Duke gets suspicious. © 1 c. 
Mar. 13, 1937; D 48388; McKnight 
& Jordan, inc., New York. 1610 

episode no. 8. Tiger's demise. 

© 1 c. Mar. 13, 1937; D 48389; Mc- 
Knight & Jordan, inc., New York. 

1611 



episode no. 9. Trapped. © 

1 c. Mar. 13, 1937; D 48390; Mc- 
Knight & Jordan, inc., New York. 

1612 

episode no. 10. Ditto's deduc- 
tions. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 1937 ; D 48550; 
McKnight and Jordan, inc., New York. 

1613 



episode no. 11. Bill finds the 

plates. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 1937; D 

48551 ; McKnight and Jordan, inc., 

New York. 1614 

episode no. 12. The rescue. 



© 1 c. Mar. 20, 1937 ; D 48552 ; Mc- 
Knight and Jordan, inc., New York. 

1615 

episode no. 13. Bill decides 



between Klondike & Ditto. © 1 c. 
Mar. 25, 1937; D 48618; McKnight 
& Jordan, inc., New York. 1616 

episode no. 14. Off to the 



ranch. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 1937 ; D 48619 ; 
McKnight & Jordan, inc., New York. 

1617 

episode no. 15. Arrival at the 



ranch and the Devil's cave. © 1 c. 
Mar. 25, 1937; D 48620; McKnight 
& Jordan, inc., New York. 1618 

Adventures of Daffy Dan — the monkey 
man in monkey business ; episode 1. 
And here we are, by H. B. Gentry, 
jr. © 1 c. Sept. 30, 1936 ; D 48281 ; 
Henry Brinton Gentry, jr., New 
Albany, Ind. 1619 

Adventures ( The ) of Dari-Dan ; a radio 
program, by Roy A. Sorensen. chap- 
ter no. 1. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1937; D 
48169 ; Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 1620 

chapters nos. 2-4. © 1 c 

each Mar. 8, 1937; D 48222-48224; 
Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 1621-1623 

chapter no. 5. © 1 c. Mar. 

11, 1937; D 48293; Bowey's, inc., 
Chicago. 1624 

chapter no. 6. © 1 c. Mar. 

18, 1937 ; D 48466 ; Bowey's inc., Chi- 
cago. 1625 



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1626 



pt. I, n. s., v. 10 



Adventures (The) of Dari-Dan — Con. 

chapter no. 7. © 1 c. Mar. 

20, 1937 ; D 48501 ; Bowey's, inc., Chi- 
cago. 1626 

chapter no. 8. © 1 c. Mar. 



22, 1937 ; D 48562 ; Bowey's, inc., Chi- 
cago. 1627 

chapter no. 9. © 1 c. Mar. 24, 



1937; D 48581; Bowey's, inc., Chi- 
cago. 1628 

chapter no. 10. © 1 c. Mar. 



26, 1937 ; D 48642 ; Bowey's, inc., Chi- 
cago. 1629 

JEsop's fables. See Lion (The) and the 
mouse. 

Ainsheenk (The) mariner. See Popeye 
the sailor. 

Aladdin ; a play in 3 acts, by Norman 
Lloyd. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 1937 ; D 48379 ; 
Norman Moore Lloyd, Harrisburg, Pa. 

1630 

All- Americans ; a drama in 1 act, by 
Kenneth Pollard. New York, N. Y., 
London [etc., etc.] [1937] 27 p. diagr. 
12mo. © Mar. 24, 1937; 2 c. Mar. 
26; D 48653; Samuel French, New 
York. 1631 

All in a day ; by Lindsey Barbee. Bos- 
ton, Mass., Los Angeles, Cal. [1937] 
75 p. 12mo. ( [Baker's plays for am- 
ateurs] ) © Feb. 6, 1937; 2 c. Feb. 
27; D 47928; Walter H. Baker co., 
Boston. 1632 

All things shall become new, Hosea 
and Comer ; a play in 4 acts, by J. H. 
Benner and J. Henry. © 1 c. Mar. 
10, 1937 ; D 48666 ; Joseph Henry and 
Joseph H. Benner, Allentown, Pa. 

1633 

All you do is wave a stick; a comedy 
in 3 acts, by H. M. Hanff. © 1 c. 
Mar. 23, 1937; D 48638; Helene M. 
Hanff, Philadelphia. 1634 

Alligator (The) -See Honest (The) 
working girl. 

Along Main street; pt. 4 (rev.), by Jam 
Handy picture service, inc. © 1 c. 
Mar. 9, 1937; D 48205; Coca cola 
co., Atlanta. 1635 

Amateur (The) ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by F. H. Wilde. © 1 c. Mar. 18, 
1987; D 48459; Frank Howard 
Wilde, Bayside, L. I., N. Y. 1636 

Amateur (The) revue; a vaudeville 
stunt book, by Le Roy Stahl, dance 



routines edited by Esther Mace 
Stahl. Minneapolis, Minn. [1937] 
112 p. illus., diagr. 12mo. © Jan. 
4, 1937 ; 2 c. Jan. 6 ; aff . Jan. 14 ; A 
101824; Northwestern press, Minne- 
apolis. 1637 

American patriotic plays; (ten new 
plays) selected by A. P. Sanford. 
New York, 1937. v, 321 p. 12mo. 
Contents. — The Frenchman, by Lucy 
Barton. — New under the sun, by 
Lucy Barton. — The flag on the moun- 
tain, by Delle Oglesbee Ross. — Benja- 
min Franklin intervenes, by Delle 
Oglesbee Ross. — The General and the 
Little Lion, by Marion Holbrook. — 
To arms ! by Ruth Reno Smith. — 
Boston tea party, by Ruth Reno 
Smith. — Another man without a 
country, by Phyllis Marschall. — The 
delaying delegate, by Perry Boyer 
Corneau. — Crowns off, by Grace Dor- 
cas Ruthenburg. © Mar. 9, 1937; 
2 c. Mar. 12 ; aff. Mar. 11 ; A 104129 ; 
Dodd, Mead & co., inc., New York. 

1637* 

American princess ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Olive McClintic Johnson. [1937] 4 
p. 1., [2]-54 numb. 1. 4to. © Jan. 

9, 1937 ; 2 c. Jan. 16 ; D 47983 ; Olive 
McClintic Johnson, Denton, Tex. 

1638 

Among the moonshiners ; or, A drunk- 
ard's legacy, a melodrama in 3 acts, 
by A. Hardt and R. P. Creyke, 
adapted from a drama by H. G. Mc- 
Fall. Complete acting edition and 
prompt script. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1937 ; 
D 48633; Anton Hardt, Harrisburg, 
Pa., and Richard P. Creyke, Wash- 
ington. 1639 

Among the winners ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Marie Doran. New York, N. 
Y., London [etc., etc.] 1937. 80 p. 
diagr. 12mo. ©I Mar. 16, 1937; 
2 c. Mar. 18; D 48576; Samuel 
French, New York. 1640 

Amongst us humans ; a play in 3 acts, 
by G. W. Hodgman. © 1 c. Mar. 

10, 1937; D 48256; Grace W. Hodg- 
man, East Orange, N. J. 1641 

Amos and Andy; episodes 1670-2447, 
a series of radio sketches, by F. F. 
Gosden and C. J. Correll. © 1 c. 
each Mar. 3, 1937; D 4S045-48083; 
Freeman F. Gosden and Charles J. 
Correll, Chicago. 1642-1680 

And here we are. See Adventures of 
Daffy Dan — the monkey man in 
monkey business. 



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no. 3, 1937 



1706 



And still going strong ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Fred Ballard [i. e. J. F. 
Ballard] © 1 c. Mar. 4, 1937; D 
48098; John Frederick Ballard, Pe- 
terborough, N. H. 1681 

Angel (The) ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
D. L. Bates and T. A. Walker. © 
1 c. Jan. 30, 1937 ; D 48420 ; Thomas 
Albert Walker and Dorothee Lou- 
isana Bates, Chicago. 1682 

Ann Worth-housewife ; by Thomas 
Dougall. nos. A-165, A-166. © 1 c. 
each Feb. 26, 1937; D 47949, 47950; 
King-Trendle broadcasting corp., De- 
troit. 1683, 1684 

nos. A-167, A-168. © 1 c. 



each Mar. 3, 1937; D 48106, 48107; 
King-Trendle broadcasting corp, De- 
troit. 1685, 1686 

nos. A-169, A-170. © 1 c. 



each Mar. 12, 1937; D 48349, 48350 
King-Trendle broadcasting corp., De- 
troit. 1687, 1688 

nos. A-171-A-175. © 1 c. 



each Mar. 22, 1937; D 48531-48535; 
King-Trendle broadcasting corp, De- 
troit. 1689-1693 

Anna Christie. See Emperor (The) 
Jones, Anna Christie, The hairy ape. 

Appointment at Westminster ; by Fran- 
cis Wilson. © 1 c. Mar. 10, 1937 ; D 
48254; Natl, broadcasting co., inc., 
New York. 1694 

Are you a missing heir ; a radio pro- 
gram, by G. S. Yorke and F. N. 
Seltzer. Case of Bertha Maude Fer- 
guson. © 1 c. Mar. 1, 1937 ; D 48647 ; 
G. S. Yorke, West Los Angeles, and 
Frank N. Seltzer, Hollywood, Calif. 

1695 

■ Case of Thomas Philip Lath- 

rop. © 1 c. Mar. 1, 1937; D 48646; 
G. S. Yorke, West Los Angeles, and 
Frank N. Seltzer, Hollywood, Calif. 

1696 

Around the corner ; an American play 
for the American people, by Martin 
Flavin. New York, Dramatists play 
service, inc., 1937. xv, [3], 138 p., 1 1. 
front., plates, diagr. 12mo. Copy- 
right 1933 under the title, Sunday. 
© Feb. 23, 1937; 2 c. Feb. 26; D 
47982 ; Martin Flavin, Carmel, Calif. 

.1697 

Arrival at the ranch & the Devil's cave. 
See Adventures (The) of big Bill 
Baker. 

Arthritis. See Your health. 



Ascent (The) of F6 ; a tragedy in 2 
acts, by W. H. Auden and Christo- 
pher Isherwood [pseud, of William 
Bradshaw] London, Faber & Faber, 
limited [1936] 3 p. 1., 9^123 p. 8vo. 
© 1 c. Nov. 24, 1936 ; A ad int. 22443 ; 
pubd. Sept. 24; Wystan Hugh Au- 
den, Birmingham, England, and Wil- 
liam Bradshaw, London. 1697* 



New York [1937] 123 p. 

8vo. © Mar. 8, 1937; 2 c. Mar. 10; 
D 48252; Random house, inc., New 
York. 1698 

Atlas, at last ! or, Unfinished stories, 
a social drama in 3 acts, with pro- 
logue and epilogue, by Emma Kissin. 
© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1937 ; D 48129 ; Emma 
Kissin Atkin, New York. 1699 

Auberge (L') du chat coiffe ; comedie 
musicale en 2 actes, de A. Lavauzelle, 
couplets de A. Barde, musique de 
Joseph Szulc. Text. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 
1937 ; D 47974 ; Alfred Lavauzelle and 
Andre Barde, Paris. 1700 

Azteca; by Josephina Niggli. © 1 c. 
Mar. 19, 1937; D 48457; Carolina 
playmakers, inc., Chapel Hill, N. C. 

1701 

Bach to Berlin ; or, From Pan to Tin 
Pan alley, a 1-act play with music, 
by L. Edwards, music data by J. W. 
Bratton. © 1 c. Jan. 13, 1937; D 

39248; Leo Edwards, New York. 

1702 

Bail for Yale! a dramatic composition 
in 2 acts, by L, B. Davis. © 1 c. 
Mar. 12, 1937 ; D 48371 ; Luther Ber- 
ryhill Davis, New York. 1703 

Balalaika ; book and lyrics by E. 
Maschwitz, music by George Posford 
and Bernard Grun. Text. © 1 c. 
Feb. 2, 1937; D. 48285; Eric Ma- 
schwitz, London. 1704 

Balancing the budget ; a 1-act comedy, 
by James R. Garey. New York, N. Y., 
London [etc., etc.] [1937] 25 p. 
diagr. 12 mo. © Mar. 18, 1937 ; 2 c. 
Mar. 24; D 48572; Samuel French, 
New York. 1705 

See also, Ma and Pa. 

Band (The) wagon; a musical comedy, 
in which the school band may parti- 
cipate, 2 acts, four scenes, unison, 
two and three-part, book and lyrics 
by Sarah Graines Clark, music by 
Arthur A. Penn. Cincinnati, O. 
[1937] 80 p. 4 to. © Mar. 12, 1937 ; 
2 c. Mar. 13 ; D. 39250 ; Willis music 
co., Cincinnati. 1706 



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1707 



pt. I, n. s., v. 10 



Bank Holliday ; episode no. 1, a radio 
serial, by N. Stirling. © 1 c. Jan. 
23, 1937; D 48165; Heloise Lenetska 
and Nora Stirling, New York. 1707 

Barclay on beauty; Feb. 5, 1937, by 
J. V. Grombach, Ted Sills, and Leon- 
ard Holton. © 1 c. Mar. 11, 1937; 
D 48287; Grombach productions, inc., 
New York. 1708 

Barmecide feast ; a play in 3 acts, by 
H. H. Abel. © 1 c. Mar. 11, 1937 ; D 
48376; Henry Harold Abel, New 
York. 1709 

Batavernas sammansvarjning ; skades- 
pel 1 ett forspel och 3 akter, av Axel 
Gauffin. Stockholm, P. A. Norstedt 
& soners forlag [1936] 179 p. 8vo. 
© Sept. 23, 1936 ; 1 c. Jan. 15, 1937 ; 
D 48404; Axel Gauffin, Alsten, Swe- 
den. 1710 

Be thankful. See Your health. 

Bean and has-been ; a twelfth-night 
play ; by Essex Dane. Boston, Mass., 
Los Angeles, Cal. [1937] 28 p. 
diagr. 12mo. ( [Baker's royalty 
plavs]) © Feb. 17, 1937; 2 c. Feb. 
27; D 47920; Walter H. Baker co., 
Boston. 1711 

Bear's (The) nest; a comedy in 1 act, 
by Patricia M. Donahue. London 
[1937] 27 p. 12mo. ( [French's act- 
ing edition, no. 2059]) © Feb. 13, 
1937; 1 c. Mar. 2; D 48031; Samuel 
French, ltd., London. 1712 

Beaucoup de bruit pour rien ; comedie 
en 4 journees [par] Jean Sarment 
[pseud, of Jean Bellemere] d'apres la 
comedie de Shakespeare, Much ado 
about nothing. Paris [1936] 5 p. 1., 
[13]-219 p., 2 1. 12mo. © Dec. 10, 
1936; 1 c. Feb. 25, 1937; D 47985; 
Louis Querelle, Paris. 1713 

Beauty salon, ltd. ; a play in 4 acts, by 
E. Mitchell and A. Lutch. © 1 c. 
Mar. 26, 1937 ; D 48641 ; Ella Mitchell 
and Arthur Lutch, Maryville, Mo. 

1714 

Behind the eight ball ; a 1-act play, by 
S. Schlesinger. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1937 ; 
D 48087; Samuel Schlesinger, New 
York. 1715 

Betty in Music land ; text and music, 
by G. P. West. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1937 ; 
D 39242; Gladys Parmely West, Ely- 
ria, O. 1716 

Beyond the circle; an operetta in 2 
acts, by J. B. McKeon. Text. © 



1 c. Mar. 29, 1937; D 48671; James 
Barry McKeon, Burlingame, Calif. 

1717 

Big Ben ; a play in 3 acts, by E. Price 
and R. Miller. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 1937 ; 
D 48489; Evadne Price and Ruby 
Miller, London. 1718 

Bila nemoc; drama o 3 aktech ve 14 
obrazech [die] Karel Capek. Praha, 
Fr. Borovy, 1937. 4 p. 1., 9-121 p., 

2 1. 12mo. © Jan. 27, 1937; 1 c. 
Feb. 16; D 48637; Universum liter- 
arni agentura Bohumila Perlika, 
Prague XII, Czechoslovakia. 1719 

Bilingual plays; a collection of two- 
language plays and other material 
for foreign-language programs, by 
Arthur Minton. San Francisco, 
Calif., Cincinnati, O., 1937. 95 p. 
12mo. Contents. — Saved by a saxo- 
phone. — So they took the fifty thou- 
sand dollars. — A blow-out in [coun- 
try]. — Tom Speed and his mechanical 
man. — No Santa Claus. — On the 
boulevard (by Lillian Duell). — The 
mind-reader (monolingual) © Jan. 
28, 1937; 2 c. Feb. 8; aff. Feb. 28; 
A 103950; Banner play bureau, inc., 
San Francisco. 1719* 

Bill decides between Klondike & Ditto. 
See Adventures (The) of big Bill 
Baker. 

Bill, Duke and the knockout. See Ad- 
ventures of big Bill Baker. 

Bill finds the plates. See Adventures 
of big Bill Baker. 

Birthday (The) of the church; a radio 
program for Pentecost, by J. R. Chis- 
holm. Revised version, with addi- 
tions. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 1937: D 
48408; John R. Chisholm, Washing- 
ton. 1720 

Black eagles ; a drama in 3 acts, by 
B. Disque, jr. and Jay Hanna. Act. 
1. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 1937; D 48374; 
Brice Disque, jr.. New York. 1721 

Blind man's bluff; by L. Holinan. © 
1 c. Mar. 12, 1937; D 48355; Lucille 
Holinan, New York. 1722 

Blind vision ; a play in 3 acts, by W. S. 
Smith. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1937; D 
48448; Warren S. Smith, Iowa City, 
la. 1723 

Blindness. See Your health. 

Blood relative ; by Samuel R. Daven- 
port. Rock Island, 111., 1936. cover- 
title, 1 p. 1., 2-5 numb. 1. 4 to. © 



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no. 3, 1937 



1749 



Sept. 1, 1936 ; 2 c. Dec. 16 ; D 48275 ; 
Frederick B. Ingram publications, 
Rock Island, 111. 1724 

Blue (The) darkness ; a play in 3 acts, 
conceived and written by John Bran- 
don Have [pseud, of H. C. McKeever] 
© 1 c. Mar. 19, 1937 ; D 48476 ; H. C. 
McKeever, New York. 1725 

Bon voyage. See Gay journey. 

Boom ! boom ! or, The coming boom in 
real estate, a comedy in 3 acts, by 
N. G. Boykin. © 1 c. Mar. 18, 1937 ; 
D 48557; Nancy Gunter Boykin, S. 
Orange, N. J. 1726 

Boy gangster. See Handicap hurdlers 
of Voice of youth series. 

Boy (The) who saved a crew. See 
Captain Wally's gang of good fel- 
lows. 

Bride's (A) eyes; by Irene D. Bil- 
brough. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 1937; D 
48625; Washington housing assn., 
inc., Washington. 1727 

Brief candle; a romantic comedy in 3 
acts, by Robert Hare Powel. New 
York, London [etc.] Samuel French 
[1937] 103 p. plate, diagr. 12 mo. 
(Yale plays) 2d. revision. © Mar. 
17, 1937 ; 2 c. Mar. 18 ; D 48574 ; Rob- 
ert Hare Powel, Newport, R. I. 1728 

Brisaug folks ; no. 1, by Ruth Broedel. 
© 1 c. Feb. 26, 1937 ; D 47940 ; Ruth 
R. Broedel, New York. 1729 

Brittle ; or, Siege, a play in 2 acts, by 
I. Shaw. © 1 c. Mar. 19, 1937; D 
48480 ; Irwin Shaw, Hollywood, Calif. 

1730 

Broadway passing show ; presenting 
flashes of the great White way, a 
revue, book and lyrics by A. F. Scib- 
ilia. Text. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1937 ; D 
48086; Anton F. Scibilia, Chicago. 

1731 

Broadway (The) slayer. See Gang 
busters. 

Broken (The) seal; an Easter pag- 
eant, by Edward J. Kirkley. [1937] 
15 p. 8 vo. Cover-title. © Feb. 20, 
1937; 2 c. Feb. 18; D 48674; Stand- 
ard pub. co., Cincinnati. 1732 

Buddy; a play in 1 act, by J. C. Mc- 
Mullen. Boston, Mass., Los Angeles, 
Cal. [1937] 21 p. diagr. 12 mo. 
( [Baker's plays for amateurs] ) © 
Feb. 6, 1937 ; 2 c. Feb. 27 ; D 47926 ; 
Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 1733 



Building up Helen; episodes 1, 1A-13, 
by B. Kagan. © 1 c. each Mar. 2, 
1937 ; D 48022 ; Ben Kagan, Brooklyn. 

1734 

Bullets and books. See Death Valley 
days. 

Burglar (The) strike; a play in 3 acts, 
by L. Weitzenkorn. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 
1937; D 48043; Louis Weitzenkorn, 
Neshanic, N. J. 1735 

By degrees; a play in 3 acts, by K. 
Stewart. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1937; D 
48101 ; Kenneth Stewart, New York. 

1736 

Cabin in the woods; a play in 3 acts, 
by Irving Eliot Lange. © 1 c. Mar. 
18, 1937 ; D 48461 ; Irving Eliot Levie, 
Brooklyn. 1737 

Cactus Kate ; continuities nos. 1-5, by 
General mills, inc. © 1 c. each Mar. 
15, 1937; D 48397-48401; General 
mills, inc., Minneapolis. 1738-1742 

Cage (The) ; a play in 3 acts, by J. 
Parish. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1937 ; D 48269 ; 
James Parish, London. 1743 

California's hour; by Lord & Thomas 
radio department. Feb. 21, 1937. © 
1 c. Mar. 1, 1937; D 48029; Lord & 
Thomas, Los Angeles. 1744 

Feb. 28, 1937. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 

1937 ; D 48214 ; Lord & Thomas, Los 
Angeles. 1745 

Mar. 7, 1937. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 

1937 ; D 48418 ; Lord & Thomas, Los 
Angeles. 1746 

Mar. 14, 1937. © 1 c. Mar. 



20, 1937; D 48499; Lord & Thomas, 
Los Angeles. 1747 

Call it a day ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Dodie Smith (C. L. Anthony 
[pseud.]) [i. e. D. G. Smith] London, 
Samuel French, ltd. ; New York, Los 
Angeles, Samuel French, inc. [etc., 
etc.] 1937. 118 p. plates printed 
on both sides, diagrs. 8 vo. 
( [French's acting edition, no. 1830] ) 
© Feb. 8, 1937; 1 c. Mar. 2; D 
48446; Dorothy Gladys Smith, Lon- 
don. 1748 

Calling all men; in 2 acts, by A. Car- 
roll and L. Sillman, lyrics by June 
Sillman and Irving Graham, music 
by Baldwin Bergeson and Irving 
Graham. Text. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 
1937 ; D 48132 ; Leonard Sillman and 
Albert Carroll, New York. 1749 



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pt. i, n. s., v. 10 



Can you push a mountain? a play in 
3 acts, with a prologue, by R. K. Re- 
marque [pseud, of R. Kramer] © 
1 c. Mar. 11, 1937 ; D 48323 ; Reuben 
Kramer, Brooklyn. 1750 

Canary (The) ; a play in 3 acts, by A. 
Bukin. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1937 ; D 48175 ; 
Arthur Bukin, Lincoln, Neb. 1751 

Can't fool a woman; a drama in 4 
scenes, by V. Consolo. © 1 c. Mar. 
25, 1937 ; D 48649 ; Vincent Consolo, 
Chicago. 1752 

Captain Wally's gang of good fellows ; 
v. 1, episodes 1-4, radio tales of heroic 
boys and girls, by Jack Varela [i. e. 
J. K. Varela] and R. P. Creyke. Con- 
tents : — episode 1. The little sentinel 
of Lombardy. — episode 2. The boy who 
saved a crew. — episode 3. The little 
petitioner. — episode 4. The peril of 
Troop 45. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 1937; D 
48663; John King Varela and Rich- 
ard Paulett Creyke, Washington. 

1753 

Car (The) demonstration. See Honest 
(The) working girl. 

Carry me back ; a musico-dramatic 
legend in 3 acts, by Roscoe Brink and 
Ben Batsford [i. e. B. T. Batsford] 
about the authorship of Carry me 
back to old Virginny, and In the eve- 
ning by the moonlight. Text. © 1 c. 
Feb. 9, 1937; D. 48352; Roscoe W. 
Brink, Brooklyn, and Benjamin T. 
Batsford, Stewart Manor, L. I., N. Y. 

1754 

Case of Bertha Maude Ferguson. See 
Are you a missing heir. 

Case of Thomas Philip Lathrop. See 
are you a missing heir. 

Celibate (The) ; a tragedy in 4 acts, by 
Ghy Da vies [pseud, of G. H. Yerbury] 
based on an old Albanian story, trans- 
lated from the Italian, by William 
Spada. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 1987; D 
48650; Grace H. Yerbury, Brooklyn. 

1755 

Cenerentola ; operetta-fiaba in 3 atti per 
la gioventu, riduzione per canto e 
pianoforte, libretto di A. Zerbini e G. 
Perico, musica di Edoardo Berlendis. 
Bergamo [1936] 2 p. 1., [3]-71, [1] 
p., 1 1. illus., port. fol. (Super-col- 
lana Parva lyrica, serie drammatica) 
© Dec. 30, 1936 ; 1 c. Feb. 19, 1937 ; 
D 39239; Casa musicale edizioni 
Carrara, Bergamo, Italy. 1756 

Certain (A) centurion. See Resurrec- 
tion (The) proved, and three other 
plays for Easter. 



Cesar ; [par] Marcel Pagnol. Paris 
[1937] 3 p. 1., 9-246, [1] p. 12 mo. 
© Jan. 22, 1937; 1 c. Feb. 25; D 
47986; Fasquelle editeurs, Paris. 

1757 

Charlady (The) and the angel; a mor- 
ality in 1 act, by Horace Shipp. Lon- 
don, Samuel French [1936] 29 p. 
diagr. 12mo. ( [French's acting edi- 
tion, no 2201] ) © Nov. 19, 1936; 1 c. 
Dec. 7 ; D 47990 ; Horace Shipp, Lon- 
don. 1758 

Charles the king; a chronicle play, by 
Maurice Colbourne, London, Figure- 
head, 1937. 144 p. 12mo. © 1 c. 
Feb. 19, 1937 ; A ad int. 22452 ; pubd. 
Dec. 22, 1936; Maurice Colbourne, 
London. 1758* 

Chateau (Le) de cartes; piece en 3 
actes, de Steve Passeur [pseud, of 
E. Morin] © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1937; 
D 47977; Etienne Morin, Neuilly-s- 
Seine, France. 1759 

Chaud et froid ; piece inedite en 3 
actes, par [Fernand] Crommelynck. 
(In Les CEuvres libres, no. 184) © 
Oct. 1, 1936; 1 c. Dec. 7; D 48405; 
Fernand Crommelynck, Saint-Cloud 
(S. & O.) France. 1760 

Cheerful little earful; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Robert C. Schimmel. Boston, 
Mass., Los Angeles, Cal. [1937] 2 p. 
1., [3]-134 p. diagr. 12mo. ([Baker's 
royalty plays]) © Feb. 24, 1937; 
2 c, Feb. 27; D 47927; Walter H. 
Baker co., Boston. 1761 

Child marriage ; a drama of American 
life in 44 scenes, by D. Daniels. © 
1 c. Mar. 25, 1937; D 48601; David 
Daniels, New York. 1762 

Children of thunder ; a play in 6 
scenes, by R. Stewart. © 1 c. Mar. 
19, 1937; D 48478; Rodney Stewart, 
Iowa City, la. 1763 

Children's pantomimes for special days ; 
by Ethel J. Eldridge. Franklin, O., 
Denver, Colo. [1986] 54 p. 12mo. 
© Sept. 30, 1936; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 
11, 1937; A 102311; Eldridge enter- 
tainment house, inc., Franklin, O. 

1764 

China Clipper. See Popeye the sailor. 

Christ (The) of the Eastertide. See 
Resurrection (The) proved, and three 
other plays for Easter. 

Christmas at the Gables ; a comedy in 
1 act, by Lidian Moore. New York, 
Los Angeles, London, 1937. 31 p. 



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1785 



diagr. 12mo. © Mar. 12, 1937; 2 c. 
Mar. 15; D 48447; Samuel French, 
New York. 1765 

Christmas (The) entertainment book; 
Christmas material for the grades, 
compiled by Lawrence M. Brings. 
Minneapolis, Minn. [1937] 96 p. 
12mo. © Jan. 4, 1937 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, aff. 
Jan. 14; A 101823; Northwestern 
press, Minneapolis. 1766 

Christmas (A) fantasy; a fairy oper- 
etta in 2 acts, lyrics and music by 
C. G. Mothes. Libretto, lyrics and 
music. © 1 c. Mar. 5, 1937; D 
39240 ; Clara Goss Mothes, Seymour, 
Tex. 1767 

Circus (The) lion; by O. Hearn. © 
1 c. Mar. 20, 1937; D 48548; Olive 
Hearn, Hudson, N. Y. 1768 

City noises. See Your health. 

Clandestine (The) marriage; by 
Domenico Cimarosa, English transla- 
tion by Reginald Gatty and Albert 
Stoessel, with new recitatives by Al- 
bert Stoessel. New York. N. Y. 
[1937] 24 p. 4to. Text. © Feb. 20, 
1937; 2 c. Feb. 26; D 48033; Fred 
Rullman, inc., New York. 1769 

Cloister and the hearth. See Doctor 
defeated. 

Cocktail*; a strong drink in 3 acts, 
mixed and served by G. R. Fos. © 1 
c. Mar. 20, 1937; D 48502; Giorgio 
R. Fos, London. 1770 

Collect (A) for club women. See Col- 
lect (The) speaks. 

Collect (The) speaks ; a short sketch 
for club women (based on A collect 
for club women, by Mary Stewart) 
by Marion Kinback Smith. New 
York, N. Y., London [etc., etc.] [1937] 
14 p. diagr. 12 mo. © Mar. 18, 
1937 ; 2 c. Mar. 24 ; D 48573 ; Samuel 
French, New York. 1771 

College-boys ; theaterstlick in 3 akten, 
nach einer idee von Jack Crawford 
Bird, von Hans J. Rehfisch. © 1 c. 
Mar. 20, 1937 ; D 48516 ; Georg Mar- 
ton, Vienna. 1772 

Come to me ; a play in 4 acts, by Ruth 
Pine [i. e. R. P. Furniss] © 1 c. 
Mar. 12, 1937; D 48343; Ruth Pine 
Furniss, New York. 1773 

Comes the revolution ; a play in 4 
scenes, by W. Abbott. © 1 c. Feb. 
27, 1937; D 48084; Walter Abbott, 
Cleveland. 1774 



Coming (The) boom in real estate. See 
Boom ! boom ! 



Community sanitation, 
health. 



See Your 



Consistent Willie ; a dramatic compo- 
sition in 3 acts, by Vladimir Walter 
Koment. © 1 c. Mar. 11, 1937; D 
48292; Vladimir Koment, New York. 

1775 

Continuous performance ; scenario by 
Gerard Madieu. © 1 c. Dec. 28, 1936 ; 
D 48631 ; Tangiers films, Tangiers, 
Morocco. 1776 

Cossacks beyond the Danube (Zaporo- 
getz za Dunayem) ; a comic opera 
in 4 acts, by Simen Artemowsky, 
translated from the Ukrainian, by W. 
J. Stepankowsky. Text. © lc. Mar. 
6, 1937; D 48159; Wladimir Jacob 
Stepankowsky, New York. 1777 

Country editor; episodes nos. 1, 2, by 
Vic Whitman. © 1 c. each Mar. 11, 
1937; D 48289; Wilson, Powell & 
Hayward, inc., New York. 1778 

Coupe (Une) pour deux; un acte radio 
de M. Dulud. © lc. Feb. 25, 1937; 
D 47976 ; Michel Dulud, Paris. 1779 

Court street; a drama in 3 acts, by 
H. T. Thurschwell. © lc. Mar. 18, 
1937 ; D 48579 ; Harry T. Thurschwell, 
New York. 1780 

Cricket (The) on the hearth; a fairy- 
tale of home in 3 chirps, by H. Je- 
rome, dramatized from the little story 
by Charles Dickens. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 
1937; D 48268; Helen Jerome, New 
York. 1781 

Criss-cross ; a farce in 1 act, by J. G. 
Fuller. Boston, Mass., Los Angeles, 
Cal. [1937] 33 p. diagr. 12 mo. 
( [Baker's plays for amateurs] ) 
© Feb. 11, 1937; 2 c. Feb. 27; D 
47925; Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 

1782 

Croix (La) du sud ; piece en 2 actes, de 
M. Achard. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1937; 
D 47978; Marcel Achard, Paris. 

1783 

Cry (The) of the moor; a mystery- 
drama in 3 acts, by M. Fielder. © 
1 c. Mar. 10, 1937 ; D 48291 ; Melvin 
Fielder, Excelsior Springs, Mo. 1784 

Cuban scene ; a drama in 2 acts, by W. 
Anderson. © 1 c. Mar. 5, 1987; D 
48148; Walt Anderson, New York. 

1785 



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1786 



pt. i, n. s., v. 10 



Curtain (The) call; by O. Hearn. © 

1 c. Mar. 13, 1937; D 48384; Olive 
Hearn, Hudson, N. Y. 1786 

Customer's (The) viewpoint (Handling 
appraisals) ; by Jam Handy picture 
service, inc. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 1937; 
D 48207 ; General motors sales corp., 
Detroit. 1787 

D. A. (The) (District attorney) ; or, 
There is a law, a play in 2 acts, by 
Sherman Wayne [pseud, of S. W. 
Graham] © 1 c. Mar. 24, 1937; D 
48580 ; Sherman Wayne Graham, Los 
Angeles. 1788 

Daddy-pal ; a play in 3 acts, by C. Maly. 
© 1 c. Mar. 17, 1937; D 48530; 
Charles Maly, New York. 1789 

Dam might break ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Stella Dale [pseud, of S. Hoffman] 
© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1937 ; D 48226 ; Stella 
Hoffman, New York. 1790 

Dangerous experiment ; a drama in 3 
acts, by E. R. Bills. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 
1937 ; D 48282 ; Elizabeth Roop Bills, 
Chicago. 1791 

Dangerous freedom ; a play in 3 acts, 
by E. L. Schwartz. © 1 c. Mar. 11, 
1937; D 48372; Esther L. Schwartz, 
Crompond, N. Y. 1792 

Dark river ; a play in 1 act, by C. D. 
Mackay. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1937; D 
47970; Constance D'Arcy Mackay, 
New York. 1793 

Daughter (The) of Rosie O'Grady ; a 
play in 2 acts, by Edgar Allan Woolf . 
© 1 c. Mar. 20, 1937; D 48509; Pat 
Rooney, New York. 1794 

Dauntless dancer ; a radio sequence in 

2 acts, by Will Beale [i. e. W. C. 
Beale] © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1937; D 
47958; William C. Beale, Eastport, 
Me. 1795 

Davie Adams ; continuities nos. 86-107, 
by Courtenay Savage. © 1 c. each 
Mar. 11, 1937; D 48290; Procter & 
Gamble co., Cincinnati. 1796 

Deaf Johnnie's courtship. See Death 
Valley days. 

Dean Laughlin. See Handicap hurdlers 
of Voice of youth series. 

Death Valley days ; a series of radio 
sketches, by McCann-Erickson, inc. 
Mar. 5, 1937. Fifty dollars extra. © 
1 c. Mar. 2, 1937; D 48016; Pacific 
coast borax co., New York. 1797 



Mar. 12, 1937. Bullets and 

books. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 1937 ; D 48387 ; 
Pacific coast borax co., New York. 

1798 

Mar. 19, 1937. Deaf Johnnie's 



courtship. © 1 c. Mar. 18, 1937; D 
48465; Pacific coast borax co., New 
York. 1799 

Decision (The) ; a 1-act play, by Dor- 
othy Sargent. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1937; 
D 47971 ; Dorothy May Sargent, Wil- 
kinsburg, Pa. 1800 

Dedication ; a play in 8 scenes, by I. M. 
Wolter. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 1937; D 
48483; Ida McRoberts Wolter, River 
Forest, 111. 1801 

Detour ; a play in 3 acts, by J. R. Silver- 
man. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 1937 ; D 48183 ; 
Joseph Russell Silverman, Chicago. 

1802 

Dichter (Der) und der tod. See Haus- 
buch (Ein) fur das puppenspiel. 

District club ; a play in 3 acts, by R. 
Mendelson and L. Ulman. © 1 c. Mar. 
5, 1937; D 48126; Leon Ulman and 
Ralph Mendelson, New York. 1803 

Ditto's deductions. See Adventures of 
big Bill Baker. 

Dr. Allan Dafoe ; Feb. 22, 24, 26, 1987, 
by Frazier Hunt. © 1 c. each Mar. 
2, 1937 ; D 48012-48014 ; Lehn & Fink 
products corp., New York. 1804-1806 

Doctor defeated ; dramatised from 
Charles Reade's , Cloister and the 
hearth, a costume comedy scene for 
four men or boys, by Mary Richards. 
London [1987] 22 p. 1 1. 12mo. © 
Mar. 3, 1937 ; 1 c. Feb. 27 ; D 47988 ; 
Joseph Williams, ltd., London. 1807 

Don Quixote Popeye. See Popeye the 
sailor. 

Double stop; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Jack Nestle [i. e. J. B. Nestle] © 1 
c. Mar. 13, 1937 ; D 48393 ; J. B. Nes- 
tle, Chicago. 1808 

Dramatic rise of the Northwest terri- 
tory series, 2d pt., no. 4. See Zoar. 

Dramatic (The) works of Roger Boyle, 
earl of Orrery ; vols. 1. 2, edited by 
William Smith Clark, II. Cambridge, 
Mass., 1937. 2 v. fronts., plates, fac- 
sims. 8vo. Dramatic contents. — v. I. 
The generall. — Henry the Fifth. — 
Mustapha— The Black Prince. — Try- 
phon. — Guzman. — v. II. Mr. An- 
thony — Herod the Great. — The trag- 



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1829 



edy of Zoroastres. — The tragedy of 
King Saul. © Feb. 17, 1937 ; 2 c. Feb. 
23 ; aff. Feb. 25 ; A 103590 ; President 
and fellows of Harvard college, Cam- 
bridge, Mass. [Copyright is claimed 
on new matter, by William Smith 
Clark, II] 1808* 

Dreaded (The) hour; by T. J. Risoli. 
© 1 c. Mar. 3, 1937 ; D 48091 ; Thomas 
J. Risoli, Brooklyn. 1809 

Dreams are for twilight hours ; a mere 
fancy, by Essex Dane. Boston, Mass., 
Los Angeles, Cal. [1937] 29 p. 
diagr. 12mo. ( [Baker's royalty 
plays]) © Feb. 18, 1937; 2 c. Feb. 
27; D 47918; Walter H. Baker co., 
Boston. 1810 

Dritter november 1918 ; ende der armee 
Osterreich-Ungarns ; 3 akte [von] 
Franz Theodor Csokor. Wien [1936] 
84, [1] p. 12mo. © Oct. 16, 1936; 
1 c. Feb. 15, 1937; D 48037; Paul 
Zsolnay verlag, g. m. b. h., Berlin. 

1811 

Dronning Ase f ra siottet ; i 3 akter, af 
R. Gutterud. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 1937; 
D 48521: Rosanna Gutterud, Fair- 
dale, N. D. 1812 

Drunkard's (A) legacy. See Among 
the moonshiners. 

Dusty ermine ; a play in 3 acts, by Neil 
Grant. London [1937] 71 p. plate. 
8vo. ([French's acting edition, no. 
26] ) © Mar. 3, 1937 ; 1 c. Mar. 26 ; 
D 48657; Samuel French, ltd., Lon- 
don. 1813 

Earthly passage ; a play in 1 act, pro- 
logue and epilogue, by W. De Lisle. 
© 1 c. Jan. 7, 1937 ; D 47020 ; William 
De Lisle, New York. 1814 

Easter vision ; a complete service of 
story and song [story and lyrics] by 
Martha Bayly, music by I. H. Mere- 
dith. New York city, 1937. 18 p. 
8vo. © Jan. 2, 1937 ; 2 c. Mar. 1 ; D 
39237: Tullar-Meredith co., New 
York. 1815 

Easy acts for grade assemblies; [by 
various authors] Franklin, O., Den- 
ver, Colo. [1936] 95 n. 12mo. © 
Sept. 2. 1936; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 11, 
1937; A 102313; Eldridge entertain- 
ment house, inc., Franklin, O. 1816 

Easy acts for high school assemblies ; 
by various authors. Franklin, O., 
Denver, Colo. [1936] 166 p. 12mo. 
© Sept. 22, 1936: 2 c. and aff. Jan. 



11, 1937; A 102312; Eldridge enter- 
tainment house, inc., Franklin, O. 

1817 

Easy acts for junior high assemblies ; 
by various authors. Franklin, O., 
Denver, Colo. [1936] 143 p. 12mo. 
© Oct. 2, 1936 ; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 11, 
1937; A 102310; Eldridge entertain- 
ment house, inc., Franklin, O. 1818 

Echoes of New York town ; by McCann- 
Erickson, inc. episode 24. © 1 c. 
Feb. 26, 1937; D 47943; McCann- 
Erickson, inc., New York. 1819 

episode 25. © 1 c. Mar. 2,. 



1937; D 48015; McCann-Erickson, 
inc., New York. 1820 

-episodes nos. 26, 27. © 1 c; 



each Mar. 17, 1937 ; D 48526, 48527 
McCann-Erickson, inc., New York. 

1821, 1822 

Eddie ; pts. 1, 2, a series of radio broad- 
casts, by D. D. Aaronson. © 1 c. 
each Jan. 22, 1937; D 47994, 47995; 

D. Darby Aaronson, New York. 

1823, 1824 

Efficient (The) Eddie peeps; a comedy 
in 3 acts, by A. E. Filler. © 1 c. 
Mar. 10, 1937; D 48266; Agnes^ 
Emberson Filler, Denton, Tex. 1825 

Eine (Die) und der andere ; lustspiel 
in 3 aufzugen, von Albert Kehm. ©* 

1 c. Mar. 8, 1937; D 48197; Drei 
masken verlag, a. g., Berlin. 1826 

Elixir ; a comedy in 3 acts, by Toby 
Sagalyn [pseud, of E. Sagalyn] and 

E. Garber. © 1 c. Mar. 18, 1937; 
D 48462; Esther Sagalyn and Edith 
Garber, New Haven. 1827 

Elixir (The) of love; by Harry Hydal. 
© 1 c. Mar. 25, 1937 ; D 48595 ; Harry 
Edward Hydal, Sheboygan, Wis. 

1828 

Emperor (The) Jones, Anna Christie,. 
The hairy ape ; by Eugene O'Neill,, 
with an introduction by Lionel Tril- 
ling. New York, The Modern library 
[1937] xix, 260 p. illus. 16mo. 1st: 
Modern library ed. © Feb. 25, 1937 r 

2 c. Mar. 5; aff. Mar. 4; A 103695 ; 
Random house, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on introduc- 
tion] 1828* 

Employment (The) bureau of the air; 
no. 1, bv I. Goldenthal. © 1 c. Oct. 
15, 1936; D 48639; Irving Golden- 
thai, Brooklyn. 1829 

Ermintrude's culinary. See Honest 
(The) working girl. 



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1830 



pt. i, n. s., v. 10 



Everyman; a moral play, set to music 
by Charles Kennedy Scott. London, 
1936. xviii p., 1 1., 183 p. illus. 4to. 
© Sept 10, 1936; 1 c. Nov. 21; D 
39247 ; Oxford university press, Lon- 
don. 1830 

Except thee and me; a play in 3 acts, 
by A. F. Brash. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 
1937 ; D 48524 ; Arthur Francis Brash, 
Beverly Hills, Calif. 1831 

Eye for an eye. See Grand hotel. 

Facts (The) of life. See Farmer's 
(The) daughter. 

Fading glory ; a play in 3 acts, by Dur- 
ward Primrose and R. De Tanker- 
ville. © 1 c. Feb. 10, 1937 ; D 48662 ; 
Durward H. Primrose and Reginald 
De Tankerville, New York. 1832 

Fads, frivols, and cheers of forty hectic 
years ; by Helen M. Dobson. © 1 c. 
Mar. 5, 1937 ; D 48201 ; Helen Mildred 
Dobson, Sacramento, Calif. 1833 

Famous jury trials ; Feb. 22, 1937. The 
people versus Arthur Morgan, by 
Samm S. Baker. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 1937 ; 
D 48042 ; H. M. Kiesewetter advertis- 
ing agency, inc., New York. 1834 

Mar. 1, 1937. The people versus 



Paul Taylor, by Sheldon H. Stark. 
© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1937 ; D 48041 ; H. M. 
Kiesewetter advertising agency, inc., 
New York. 1835 

— Mar. 8, 1937. The people versus 



Todd Cooper, by Sheldon H. Stark. 
© 1 c. Mar. 11, 1937 ; D 48280 ; H. M. 
Kiesewetter advertising agency, inc., 
New York. 1837 

Mar. 15, 1937. The people versus 

Lewis Parker, by Samm S. Baker. 
© 1 c. Mar. 16, 1937 ; D 48421 ; H. M. 
Kiesewetter advertising agency, inc., 
New York. 1837 

Mar. 29, 1937. The people versus 

Henry Kimball, by Samm S. Baker. 
© 1 c. Mar. 24, 1937 ; D 48582 ; H. M. 
Kiesewetter advertising agency, inc., 
New York. 1838 

Farley's famous fixture ; a farce com- 
edy in 3 acts, by C. Perrine. © 
1 c. Mar. 25, 1937 ; D 48602 ; Charles 
Perrine, San Francisco. 1839 

Farmer's (The) daughter; or, The facts 
of life, a meller drainer in 4 acts, com- 
pleat with introduction, prologue, 
foreglimpse, and entire act, by W. M. 
Hague. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1937 ; D 48153 ; 
Wesley McLaren Hague, Mare Island, 
Calif. 1840 



Faustus is dead; a play in 3 acts, by 
E. L. Mally. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 1937; 
D 48536 ; Emmy Louise Mally, New 
York. 1841 

Fessee (La) ; piece en 3 actes, de J. de 
Letraz. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1937; D 
47981 ; Jean de Letraz, Saint-Cloud 
(S. & O.) France. 1842 

Fifty dollars extra. See Death Valley 
days. 

Fingers in the fog ; a play in 3 acts, by 
A. Greendale. © 1 c. Mar. 5, 1937; 
D 48202; Alexander Greendale, New 
York. 1843 

First nighter ; a radio broadcast. Feb. 
19, 1937. The preacher, by Anthony 
Wayne. © 1 c. Mar. 4, 1937; D 
48105 ; Campana sales co., Batavia, 
111. 1844 

Feb. 26, 1937. Three grooms 

for the bride, by Calvin Grinell. © 
1 c. Mar. 8, 1937; D 48219; Cam- 
pana sales co., Batavia, 111. 1845 

Mar. 5, 1937. Not guilty, by 

Ruth Glascott. © 1 c. Mar. 18, 1937 ; 
D 48468 ; Campana sales co., Batavia, 
III. 1846 



Mar. 12, 1937. The guardian 

had two angels, by Addison Simmons. 
© 1 c. Mar. 25, 1987 ; D 48593 ; Cam- 
pana sales co., Batavia, 111. 1847 

First (The) offender; by Simon M. 
Hugo, script no. 22. © 1 c. Mar. 
3, 1937 ; D 48095 ; J. Edward Slavin, 
New Haven. 1848 



script no. 23. © 1 c. Mar. 10, 

1937; D 48246; J. Edward Slavin, 
New Haven. 1849 

script no. 24. © 1 c. Mar. 18, 

1937; D 48453; J. Edward Slavin, 
New Haven. 1850 

script no. 25. © 1 c. Mar. 23, 

1937; D 48566; J. Edward Slavin, 
New Haven. 1851 

Fishing lesson. See Honest working 
girl. 

Flame (The) in the Emek ; a play in 
3 acts, by B. Aronin and D. L. Da- 
vis. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1937 ; D 48377 ; 
Ben Aronin and Don L. Davis, Chi- 
cago. 1852 

Follow your heart; a radio play, by 
Thomas Langan. Rock Island, 111., 
1936. cover-title, 2 p. 1., 14 numb. 1. 
4to. © Sept. 1, 1936; 2 c. Nov. 10; 
D 48273; Frederick B. Ingram pub- 
lications, Rock Island, 111. 1853 

Football injuries. See Your health. 



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1874 



For coffee an' ; a 1-act play, by F. Liv- 
ingston. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1937; D 
48096; Frank Livingston, Brooklyn. 

1854 

For graduation; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Frances Welch. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 
1937; D 48445; Frances Davenport 
Welch, Manhasset, L. I., N. Y. 1855 

For Peter's sake ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by D. Larking and N. Richarson. © 
1 c. Mar. 6, 1937; D 48220; Dorothy 
Larking and Norval Richardson, 
New York. 1856 

For rent, for lease, for sale; a dra- 
matic sketch in 1 act, by H. Keasey. 
© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1937 ; D 48027 ; Hun- 
ter Keasey, Dallas. 1857 

Four one act plays ; by M. H. Cushing 
[pseud, of H. O. Vail] [1937] 2 p. 1., 
3-62 p. 8vo. Contents.— Nathan 
Hale. — John Andre. — An imperial 
guardsman. — In a sunken garden. 
© Mar. 19, 1937; 2 c. Mar. 24; D 
48604; Helen Cushing Vail, Ham- 
burg, N. Y. 1858 

Fox in the morning; a play in 3 acts, 
by L. Brown. © 1 c. Mar. 19, 1937 ; 
D 48506; Lionel Brown, Streetly, 
Staffs., England. 1859 

Frankenburger (Das) wurf elspiel ; 
[von] Eberhard Wolfgang Moller. 
Berlin [1936] 64 p. 4to. © Aug. 1, 
1936; 1 c. Mar. 8, 1937; D 48194; 
Theaterverlag Albert Langen-Georg 
Muller, g. m. b. h., Berlin. 1860 

French without tears ; a play in 3 acts, 
by Terence Rattigan. [London] 
Hamish Hamilton [1937] 4 p. 1., 150 
p. 12mo. © Feb. 18, 1937 ; 2 c. Mar. 
20 ; D 48473 ; Terence Merryn Ratti- 
gan, London. 1861 

From father to son ; a melodrama in 4 
acts, by H. Van Natta. © 1 c. Mar. 
4, 1937 ; D 48119 ; Harry Van Natta ; 
Paterson. 1862 

From Pan to Tin Pan alley. See Bach 
to Berlin. 

Front (Die) am Don; ein schauspiel 
in 4 aufziigen und 1 nachspiel, von E. 
Eberhard Karsten. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 
1937; D 48198; Drei masken verlag, 
a. g., Berlin. 1863 

Frontiers ; a lugubrious play and sev- 
eral doleful ditties, done in 1 act, 
text and lyrics by Lowell Juilliard 
Carr, with accompanying dirges, by 
Heinrich Handorf. © 1 c. Aug. 19, 
1936; D 39236; L. J. Carr, Ann Ar- 



bor, and Heinrich Handorf, North- 
ville, Mich. 1864 

Fugitives (The) ; a play in a prologue 
and 3 acts, by Walter Hackett. Lon- 
don [1937] 84 p. diagrs. 8vo. 
( [French's acting edition, no. 25] ) 
© Mar. 4, 1937; 1 c. Mar. 28; D 
48658; Samuel French, ltd., London. 

1865 

Gansemagd (Die) See Griseldis und 
andere spiele. 

Galitzianer ( Der ) chusen ; a comedy in 
12 scenes, by I. Friedman and O. Os- 
troff. 

12 px ynyaxp x ;jnn nyax^Vxs nyn 
.■qx-iDDx nxpox ]ia .ijnV'a 

© 1 c. Mar. 5, 1937 ; D 48172 ; Isidor 
Friedman, Brooklyn, and Oscar Os- 
troff, New York. 1866 

Gang busters ; a radio broadcast pro- 
gram, by Benton & Bowles, inc. Feb. 
24, 1937. © 1 c. Mar. 1, 1937; D 
47991 ; Benton & Bowles, inc., New 
York. 1867 

Mar. 3, 1937. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 

1937; D 48240; Benton & Bowles, 
inc., New York. 1868 

Mar. 10, 1937. The broadway 

slayer. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 1937; D 
48395; Benton & Bowles, inc., New 
York. 



Mar. 17, 1937. © 1 c. Mar. 

27, 1937 ; D 48667 ; Benton & Bowles, 
inc., New York. 187Q 

Garment center ; a play in 3 acts, by B. 
Simcoe. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 1937; D 
48503 ; Benjamin Simcoe, Greenlawn, 
L. I., N. Y. 1871 

Gay journey ; or, Bon voyage, a musical 
travesty in 2 acts, by H. R. Newman, 
adapted from Les aventures du Roi 
Pausole, by Pierre Louys. Text. © 
1 c. Mar. 9, 1937 ; D 48243 ; Howard 
R. Newman, New York. 1872 

Gems, gowns and girls ; a musical com- 
edy in 1 act, book, lyrics and music, 
by Charles George. Boston, Mass., 
Los Angeles, Calif. [1937] 35 p. 
diagr. fol. © Jan. 12, 1937; 2 c. 
Jan. 25; D 39234; Walter H. Baker 
co., Boston. 1873 

Gente de cine (Movie people) ; adapta- 
tion and screen play by Francois B. 
de Valdes and Don Taylor, original 
motion picture story by F. B. de 
Valdes. © 1 c. Feb. 12, 1937; D 
48251 ; Francois B. de Valdes, Los 
Angeles. 1874 



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1875 



pt. I, n. s., v. 10 



Georgia's vision ; or, Pledge with wine, 
a play in 5 scenes, by N. M. Phillips. 
© 1 c. Mar. 10, 1937 ; D 48627 ; Nellie 
M. Phillips, Linden, N. J. 1875 

Get your share ; by Jam Handy picture 
service, inc. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 1937 ; 
D 48211 ; Orange-crush co., Chicago. 

1876 

Gewissen (Das) See Hausbuch (Ein) 
fur das puppenspiel. 

Ghost ship. See Popeye the sailor. 

Ghost walks in Grand hotel. See 
Grand hotel. 

Ghost (The) writer ; a musical farce in 
3 acts, by S. L. Edson. Text. © 
1 c. Mar. 20, 1937; D 48553; Sybil 
Lorraine Edson, Tampa, Fla. 1877 

Ghost's (The) return. See Adventures 
of big Bill Baker. 

Gift of health. See Your health. 

Ginevra degli Almieri ; melodramma in 
3 atti, libretto di Giovacchino For- 
zano, inusica di Mario Peragallo. 
Milano, New York [etc., etc.] 1937. 
79 p. 12mo. Text. © Feb. 23, 1937 ; 
1 c. Feb. 24 ; D 48039 ; G. Ricordi & 
co., Milan. 1878 

Gipsy (The) of Monte Carlo; scenario 
by Pierre Croidys. © 1 c. May 7, 
1936 ; D 48629 ; Tangiers films, Tan- 
giers, Morocco. 1879 

Give all thy terrors to the wind; a 
play in 1 act, by Claire and Paul 
Sifton. (In New theatre and film, 
March, 1937) © Mar. 1, 1937; 2 c. 
Mar. 6; D 48185; Claire G. Sifton, 
New York. 1880 

Glamorous women — Cleopatra; a brief 
dramatization for radio broadcast, 
by H. Noble and S. Higgins. © 1 c. 
Jan. 13, 1937; D 48157; Howard 
Noble, Maiden, Mass., and Sue Hig- 
gins, Boston. 1881 

God bless the Irish ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by B. S. Holmstock. © 1 c. Mar. 
17, 1937; D 48556; Boris S. Holm- 
stock, W. Hempstead, L. I., N. Y. 

1882 

God, Himself; a play in 3 acts, by 
Michael Leymann. © 1 c. Feb. 26, 
1937 ; D 47996; Benjamin David, New 
York. 1883 

Going, going Hollywood ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by C. M. Jelliffe. © 1 c. Mar. 
20, 1937; D 48546; Clara Marston 
Jelliffe, Hollywood. 1881 



Goldene (Der) apf el ; komodie von Otto 
Krauss. © 1 c. June 3, 1936; D 
48040; Buhnenvertrieb Gustav Griin- 
dig, Berlin. 1885 

Good night, all; a play in 3 acts, by 
L. W. Cony. © 1 c. Mar. 24, 1037; 
D 48592; Leonard W. Cony, New 

York. 1886 

Goose for the sauce ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Maurice and Ada Kesselman. 
New and rev. version. © 1 c. Mar. 
18, 1937 ; D 48559 ; Maurice and Ada 
Kesselman, Philadelphia. 1887 

Gran (El) teatro del mundo. See 
Great (The) theatre of the world. 

Grand hotel ; a radio broadcast, by 
Addison Simmons. Feb. 28, 1937. 
Settled out of court. © 1 c. Mar. 
4, 1937 ; D 48104 ; Campana sales co., 
Batavia, 111. 1888 



Mar. 7, 1937. The ghost 

walks in Grand hotel. © 1 c. Mar. 
12, 1937 ; D 48354 ; Campana sales co., 
Batavia, 111. 1889 

Mar. 14, 1937. An eye for an 



eye. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 1937 ; D 48547 ; 
Campana sales co., Batavia, 111. 

1890 

Grass 'cross the river; a play in 3 
acts, by R. Clurglass. © 1 c. Mar. 
IS, 1937 ; D 48460 ; Reuben Clurglass, 
Brooklyn. 1891 

Great (The) danger; a comedy in 3 
acts, by William MacMillan. © 1 c. 
Mar. 19, 1937; D 48508; Florence 
Elizabeth Davidson, Sydney, N. S. W., 
Australia. 1892 

Great (The) theatre of the world; a 
morality play in 3 acts, by C. J. 
Graves, based upon suggestions 
drawn from the Spanish of Calder- 
on's El gran teatro del mundo. © 
1 c. Mar. 4, 1937; D 48120; Clarus 
John Graves, Collegeville, Minn. 

1893 

Green (The) glass pool; a play in 3 
acts, by J. F. Noble. © 1 c. Mar. 27, 
1937; D 48668; John Friend Noble, 
Hastings-on-Hudson, N. Y. 1894 

Green (The) Hornet; by Francis 
Striker, nos. A-107, A-108. © 1 c. 
each Feb. 26, 1937; D 47944, 47945; 
King-Trendle broadcasting corp., De- 
troit. 1895, 1896 

nos. A-109, A-110. © 1 c. 

each Mar. 3, 1937; D 48111, 48112; 
King-Trendle broadcasting corp., De- 
troit. 1897, 1898 



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no. 3, 1937 



1919 



nos. A-lll, A-112. © 1 c. 

each Mar. 12, 1937; D 48347, 48348; 
King-Trendle broadcasting corp., De- 
troit. 1899, 1900 

nos. A-113, A-114. © 1 c. 



each Mar. 18, 1987; D 48487, 48488; 
King-Trendle broadcasting corp., De- 
troit. 1901, 1902 

nos. A-115, A-116. © 1 c. 



each Mar. 24, 1937; D 48585, 48586; 
King-Trendle broadcasting corp., De- 
troit. 1903, 1904 

Greener (The) eyes. See Marriage 
(A) holiday. 

Griseldis. See Griseldis und andere 
spiele. 

Griseldis und andere spiele; 3 volk- 
stiimliche handpuppenspiele, von 
Tilla Schmidt-Ziegler, mit sechs bun- 
ten bildern von Grethe Jiirgens und 
einem anhang von Gustav Schenk. 
Berlin [1936] 143, [1] p. col. plates. 
8vo. ([Die bunten puppenspiel- 
biicher, bd. 2]) Contains music. 
Dramatic contents. — Griseldis. — Die 
Gansemagd. — Der tod als pate. © 
Dec. 4, 1936; 1 c. Mar. 8, 1987; D 
48192; Theaterverlag Albert Langen- 
Georg Muller, g. m. b. h., Berlin. 

1905 

Guardian (The) had two angels. See 
First nighter. 

Guiding (The) light; episodes nos. 11- 
27, by Irna Phillips. © 1 c. each 
Mar. 11, 1937; D 48298; Procter & 
Gamble co., Cincinnati. 1906 

Hairy (The) ape. See Emperor (The) 
Jones, Anna Christie, The hairy ape. 

Hakim (Der) weiss es; komodie in 3 
akten mit vor- und nachspiel [von] 
Rolf Lauckner. Berlin [1936] 126, 
[1] p. 12mo. © May 20, 1936; 1 c. 
Mar. 8, 1987 ; D 48187 ; Theaterverlag 
Albert Langen-Georg Muller, g. m. b. 
h., Berlin. 1907 

Ham (The) what am; by Jam Handy 
picture service, inc. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 
1937 ; D 48206 ; Armour and co., Chi- 
cago. 1908 

Handicap hurdlers of Voice of youth 
series; by Mrs. John S. Lairy [i. e. 
I. C. Lairy] script no. 3. Boy gang- 
ster. © 1 c. Dec. 21, 1936 ; D 48383 ; 
lea Chloe Lairy, Logansport, Ind. 

1909 

script no. 9 Dean Laughlin. 

© 1 c. Dec. 21, 1936; D 48382; lea 
Chloe Lairy, Logansport, Ind. 1910 



Handling appraisals. See Customer's 
(The) viewpoint. 

Happiness house ; an original 1-act 
play, by P. Zemany. © 1 c. Feb. 26, 
1937 ; D 47941 ; Pauline Zemany, Cali- 
fornia, Pa. 1911 

Hark the herald angels ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by P. Finney and E. Warner. © 

1 c. Mar. 24, 1937; D 48661; Peter 
Finney and Eugene Warner, Wash- 
ington. 1912 

Hausbuch (Ein) fur das puppen spiel ; 
spielschule und spiele fur handpup- 
pen von Gustav Schenk, mit acht 
bunten bildern von Grethe Jiirgens. 
Berlin [1936] 107 p., 2 1. col. plates. 
8vo. ( [Die bunten puppenspiel- 
bucher, bd. 1] ) Dramatic contents. — 
Raspar sucht gold ; Oder, Der 
schatz. — Der linke daumen. — Das ge- 
wissen. — Der dichter und der tod. © 
Dec. 4, 1936; 1 c. Mar. 8, 1937; D 
48191 ; Theaterverlag Albert Langen- 
Georg Muller, g. m. b. h., Berlin.' 

1913 

Head-master (The) ; by Essex Dane. 
Boston, Mass., Los Angeles, Cal. 
[1937] 37 p. diagr. 12mo. ([Ba- 
ker's royalty plays] ) © Feb. 17, 
1937; 2 c. Feb. 27; D 47919; Walter 
H. Baker co., Boston. 1914 

Headline hunter. See While the city 
sleeps. 

Health assets and liabilities. See Your 
health. 

Heartless; a drama in 1 act, by Jose- 
phene Campbell. Chicago [1987] 
19 p. diagr. 12mo. © Mar. 10, 1987 ; 

2 c. Mar. 22 ; D 48569 ; Dramatic pub. 
co., Chicago. 1915 

Heat lightning ; a modern American 
comedy in 3 acts, by Cy Caldwell [i. 
e. C. C. Caldwell] © 1 c. Mar. 26, 
1937; D 48651; Cyril Cassidy Cald- 
well, Island Park, N. Y. 1916 

Hello, Peggy; programs nos. 94-101, by 
Blanche Gaines. © 1 c. each Mar. 13, 
1987; D 48391, 48392; Drackett co., 
Cincinnati. 1917, 1918 

Help for the hard of hearing. See Your 
health. 

Here's hoping ! a farce-comedy in 3 acts, 
by G. Lipkind. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 1937; 
D 48026; Goodman Lipkind, Forest 
Hills, L. I., N. Y. 1919 

Heredity and disease. See Your health. 



138872—37- 



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1920 



pt. i, n. s., v. 10 



Herr (Der) von Eitel ; eine moralische 
koinodie fiir unmoralische leute oder 
umgekehrt [von] Heinrich Daut- 
hage. Berlin, Wien [etc.] [1936] 158, 
[1] p. 8vo. © Mar. 5, 1936; 1 c. 
June 3; D 48038; Paul Zsolnay ver- 
lag, g. m. b. h., Berlin. 1920 

Hidden (The) woman; a drama in 3 
acts, with prologue and epilogue, by 
Sophie Gaby [i. e. S. G. Edelhiet] 
translated from the Yiddish by J. 
Waterman Rose. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 
1937; D 47957; Sophie Gaby Edel- 
hiet, New York. 1921 

High school commencement book ; com- 
plete suggestions for arranging the 
commencement program, by Ethel A. 
Kaump. Minneapolis,. Minn. [1937.] 
128 p. 12mo. © Jan. 2, 1937; 2 c. 
Jan. 6; aff. Jan. 14; A 101819; 
Northwestern press, Minneapolis. 

1922 

Hildegarde, a legend; a blank verse 
drama in 4 acts, by C. M. Stebbins. 
© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1937 ; D 48177 ; Charles 
M. Stebbins, Brooklyn. 1923 

Hindu (The) happenstance; a 1-act 
play dramatized by David Carb, 
from a Country home magazine 
story by D. Whitaker. © 1 c. Mar. 
9, 1937 ; D 48245 ; Deborah Whitaker, 
Mason, N. H. 1924 

His majesty the king; a gay modern 
comedy in 3 acts, by E. Eisner, 
founded on a novel entitled, The 
queen of Atlantis, by the same au- 
thor. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1937 ; D 47969 ; 
Edward Eisner, Hollywood, Calif. 

1925 

His mind was made-up; a dramatic 
fantasy in 3 acts, by Edgar M. Paul- 
ton. © 1 c. Mar, 23, 1937 ; D 48492 ; 
Edgar Mountney Paulton, New York. 

1926 

Historical pageants of the star points ; 
by Verlie Edwards Ledford. [Win- 
chester, Tenn., Southern printing and 
publishing company, 1937] 3 p. 1.,, 
45 p. 12mo. Contents. — Adah. — 
Ruth.— Esther.— Martha.— Electa — 
Finale. © Feb. 26, 1937; 2 c. and 
aff. Mar. 1; A 103643; Verlie Ed- 
wards Ledford, Winchester, Tenn. 

1927 

Hitch-hike ; a comedy in 3 acts, by D. 
Sylvester. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1937; D 
47959; Donn Sylvester, New York. 

1928 

Hoditas ; vigjfitek 3 felvonasban, irta : 
Bonyi Adorjan [i. e. Adorjan Bonyi] 



© 1 c. Mar. 16, 1937 ; D 48449 ; Alex- 
ander Marton, Budapest, Hungary. 

1929 

Holiday from hell ; a play in 4 acts, 
by A. Caplin. © 1 c. Mar. 18,. 1937 ; 
D 48464; Abel Caplin, Los Angeles. 

1930 

Hollywood in person; continuity no. 1, 
by General mills, inc. © 1 c. Mar. 
15, 1937 ; D 48402 ; General mills, inc., 
Minneapolis. 1931 

Hollywood spotlight ; program 1, by 
Lindsay MacHarrie. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 
1937; D 48645; Radio transcription 
co. of America, ltd., Hollywood, Calif. 

1932 

Honest (The) working girl; a radio 
script, by Thomas H. McKnight and 
Robert Ross. no. 8. The sunburn. 
© 1 c. Mar. 5, 1937; D 48122; Mc- 
Knight & Jordan,, inc., New York. 

1933 

no. 9. Ermintrude's culinary 

and A night at the opera. © 1 c. 
Mar. 13, 1937; D 48385; McKnight 
and Jordan, inc., New York. 1934. 

no. 10. Mr. Duffy's speech & 

The fishing lesson. © 1 c. Mar. 20 1 , 
1937; D 48549; McKnight and Jor- 
dan, inc., New York. 1935. 

no. 11. The alligator & The 

car demonstration. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 
1937 ; D 48621 ; McKnight & Jordan, 
inc., New York. 1936 

Horse holiday; a comedy in 1 act, by 
A. T. Gould. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 1937; 
D 48419; Alphin Twitchell Gould, 
Valley, Wy. 1937 

Horse show. See Popeye the sailor. 

House of cards; a play in 3 acts, by 
Katharine Stanley [pseud, of C. H. 
Pollard] and Roger Vaughan. © 

1 c. Feb. 25, 1937 ; D 48665 ; Chrystal 
Heme Pollard, New York. 1938 

House (The) of Cavalier; a play in 

2 acts, by L. Perry. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 
1937 ; D 48283 ; Lawrence Perry, Glen 
Ridge, N. J. 1939 

Houseboat Hannah ; continuities nos. 
102 E. T— 120 E. T., by Irving Ven- 
dig. © 1 c. each Mar. 11, 1937; D 
48297; Procter & Gamble co., Cin- 
cinnati. 1940 

How to act like a lady. See School 
(The) for success. 

Human follies. See New evolution. 



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no. 3, 1937 



1961 



Hunters and hunted; by Madame J. 
Leonard. © 1 c. Dec. 28, 1936; D 
4S628; Tangiers films, Tangiers, 
Morocco. 1941 

I sing thee world! a play in 3 acts, 
by Sidney Barry. © 1 c. Mar. 25,. 
1937; D 48622; Seymour Sacks, 
Brooklyn. 1942 

Ifigenia in Tauride ; dramma lirico in 4 
atti e cinque quadri [di] Cristoforo 
Gluck, riduzione dal testo italiano 
originale di Lothar Wallerstein. 
Milano [1937] 40 p. 12mo. © Mar. 
5, 1937 ; 1 c. Mar. 19 ; D 48656 ; Casa 
musicale Sonzogno, s. a., Milan. 

1943 

Imperial (An) guardsman. See Four 
one act plays. 

In a sunken garden. See Four one act 
plays. 

In clover ; a new play in 3 acts, by 
A. Scott. © 1 c. Mar. 5, 1937; D 
48125 ; Allan Scott, New York. 1944 

In einem englischen landhaus ; komodie 
in 3 akten, von A. M. Collin [pseud, 
of Heinrich von Sibelka] © 1 c. 
Feb. 24, 1937 ; D 48085 ; Octava biih- 
nen-und musikverlag, a. g., Zurich, 
Switzerland. 1945 

In passing; by Kirby Cosner. Rock 
Island, 111., 1936. cover-title, 4 numb. 
1. 4to. © Sept. 1, 1936 ; 1 c. Oct. 1 ; 

1 c. Dec. 15 ; D 48271 ; Frederick B. 
Ingram publications, Rock Island, 
111. 1946 

In the shadow of a rock; a drama in 
3 acts, by E. P. Conkle. New York, 
N. Y., Los Angeles [etc., etc.] 1937. 
91 p. illus. 12mo. © Feb. 15, 1937 ; 

2 c. Feb. 26; D 47931; Ellsworth P. 
Conkle, Iowa City, la. 1947 

Insurrection! a dramatic history in 

3 parts, by Nicholas Biel Jacobson. 
© 1 c. Mar. 13, 1937 ; D 48386 ; Nich- 
olas B. Jacobson, New York. 1948 

Invitation to a dance ; by A. Elmer. © 
1 c. Mar. 19, 1937; D 48458; Arthur 
Elmer, Brooklyn. 1949 

Irish laughter; a miscellaneous collec- 
tion of entertainment material [by 
various authors] New York city 
[1937] 128 p. 12mo. © Jan. 19, 
1937; 2 c. Jan. 25; aff. Feb. 15; A 
102899; Fitzgerald pub. corp-, New 
York. 1950 

It might happen to you ; a radio script, 
by Edward Bierstadt. © lc.Mar. 20, 



1937; D 48606; McKnight & Jordan, 
inc., New York. 1951 

It only happens once; script no. 1, a 
radio script, by H. B. Waterbury. 
© 1 c. Dec. 10, 1936 ; D 47968 ; Hal- 
cyon Belle Waterbury, Cleveland 
Heights O. 1952 

It's a wise child ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Larry E. Johnson. New York, 
N. Y., London [etc., etc.] [1937] 
119 p. plates, diagr. 12mo. 
( [French's standard library edi- 
tion] ) © Mar. 16, 1937; 2 c. Mar. 
18; D 48575; Samuel French, New 
York. 1953 

It's all in a wife's time; a farce com- 
edy in 2 acts, text, lyrics and musical 
score by S. T. Grannum. Text. © 
1 c. Mar. 17, 1937 ; D 48482 ; Stanley 
Tennyson Grannum, New York. 1954 

It won't be long now; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Jens Riis. [1937] 45 p. 
12mc. © Feb. 15, 1937 ; 2 c. Dec. 18, 
1936 ; D 47913 ; Playhouse, Aberdeen, 
S. D. 1955 

Jane Eyre; 'h drama of passion in 3 
acts, by Helen Jerome, dramatized 
from Charlotte Bronte's novel. Gar- 
den City, N. Y., 1937. 5 p. 1., 3-190 
p. 12mo. © Jan. 22, 1937 ; 2 c. Mar. 
9 ; D 48277 ; Doubleday, Doran & co., 
inc., Garden City, N. Y. 1956 

Jeux dangereux ; comedie en 3 actes, de 
H. Decoin. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1937; 
D 47975; Henry Decoin, Neuilly-s- 
Seine, France. 1957 

Job clinic; a 1-act play, by L. Brophy. 
© 1 c. Mar. 16, 1937 ; D 48451 ; Loire 
Brophy, New York. 1958 

Jojjon elsejen'. . . . vigjatek 3 felvo- 
nasban, irtak: Bekeffi Istvan [i. e. 
Istvan Bekeffi] es Stella Adorj&n 
[i. e. Adorjan Stella] © 1 c. Mar. 
16, 1937 ; D 48450 ; Alexander Marton, 
Budapest, Hungary. 1959 

John Andre. See Four one act plays. 

Johnny Johnson ; the biography of a 
common man, in 3 acts, by Paul 
Green, music by Kurt Weill. New 
York, Toronto [etc.] Samuel French, 
1937. 7 p. 1., 3-175 p. plates. 8vo. 
Text. © Mar. 18, 1937; 2 c. Mar. 
20; D 48472; Paul Green, Chapel 
Hill, N. C. 1960 

Joy of living; a farce in 3 acts, by R. 
Birchard. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 1937; D 
48221 ; Ralph Birchard, Los Angeles. 

1961 



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pt. i, n. s., v. 10 



Juggernaut; a drama in 3 acts, by 
Willard Davis. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1937 ; 
D 48179 ; Willard Malletto Davis, Al- 
hambra, Calif. 1962 

June madness ; a comedy in 1 act, by 
Robert Goldsmith. Boston, Mass. 
Los Angeles, Cal. [1937] 22 p. 
diagr. 12mo. ([Baker's plays for 
amateurs]) © Feb. 15, 1937; 2 c. 
Feb. 27 ; D 47923 ; Walter H. Baker 
co., Boston. 1963 

Junior (The) G men of America; a 
dramatic composition adapted to 
presentation by radio, by Bradford G. 
Hathaway. Dec. 28, 30, 31, 1936, 
Jan. 4, 6, 8, 11, 13, 15, 18, 20, 22, 25, 
27, 29', 1937. © 1 c. each Feb. 20, 
1937; D 48356-48370; Bradford G. 
Hathaway, inc., Newark, N. J. 

1964-1978 

Feb. 1, 3, 5, 8, 10, 12, 15, 17, 



19, 1937. © 1 c. each Mar. 9, 1937 ; 
D 48257-48265; Bradford G. Hath- 
away, inc., Newark, N. J. 1979-1987 

Kaspar in der wiiste. See Seid ihr alle 
da?— Ja! 

Kaspar (Der) und die sternenprinzes- 
sin. See Seid ihr alle da? — Ja! 

Kitty Keene, inc. ; continuities nos. 183 
E. T— 205 E. T., by Wallace K. Nor- 
man and Day Keene. © 1 c. each 
Mar. 11, 1937; D 48300; Frocter & 
Gamble co., Cincinnati. 1988 

Lady Jemima's weekly thought ; a com- 
edy duologue, by Leonard White. 
London [1937] 2 p. 1., 7-25 p. 12mo. 
([French's acting edition, no. 2052]) 
© Feb. 5, 1937 ; 1 c. Mar. 2 ; D 48033 ; 
Leonard Charles White, London. 

1969 

Lady Precious Stream ; an old Chinese 
play done into English according to 
its traditional style, in 4 acts, by S. I. 
Hsiung. New York, N. Y., Los An- 
geles, Calif, [etc., etc.] Samuel 
French, [1937] 126 p. diagr. 12mo. 
([French's standard library edi- 
tion] ) Acting ed. © Feb. 27, 1987 ; 
2 c. Mar. 4; D 48102; S. I. Hsiung, 
London. 1990 

Lampshade (The) ; a Guignol piece in 
1 scene, by W. S. Milne. [Toronto] 
New York, N. Y. [etc.] [1936] 19 p. 
12mo. ( [Canadian playwright se- 
ries] ) © Dec. 24, 1936; 1 c. Feb. 26, 
1937; D 47933; Samuel French (Can- 
ada) ltd., Toronto. 1991 

Last (The) proposal; a 1-act play, by 
P. Shay. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 1937; D 
48518 ; Paula Shay, New York. 1992 



Late harvest ; a playlet, by Gordon 
Whitehead. London [1987] 14 p. 
12mo. ( [French's acting edition, no. 
2082] ) © Jan. 8, 1937 ; 1 c. Feb. 26 ; 
D 47984; Samuel French, ltd., Lon- 
don. 1998 

Laughing Irish eyes ; a rollickin' bit o' 
comedy in 3 acts, by Charles George. 
Boston, Mass., Los Angeles, Cal. 
[1937] 2 p. 1., [3] -141 p. diagr. 
12mo. ( [Baker's royalty plays] ) 
Contains music. © Feb. 6, 1937 ; 2 c. 
Feb. 27; D 47929; Walter H. Baker 
co., Boston. 1994 

Lazarus brings back a wife; a 1-act 
play, by F. Livingston. © 1 c. Feb. 
17, 1937 ; D 48097 ; Frank Livingston, 
Brooklyn. 1995 

Leave them alone; a 3-act comedy, by 
H. R. Hirsch. © 1 c. Mar. 23, 1937 ; 
D 48491; Herbert Reynolds Hirsch, 
Rutherford, N. J. 1996 

Left goes right; a farcical comedy in 
2 acts, by S. H. Greenhill. © 1 c. 
Mar. 25, 1937; D 48591; Sara H. 
Greenhill, New York. 1997 

Let's get together ; a 1-act play for boys, 
by Ashley Miller. New York, N. Y., 
London [etc., etc.] [1937] 23 p. 
diagr. 12mo. © Mar. 18, 1987 ; 2 c. 
Mar. 24; D 48571; Samuel French, 
New York. 1998 

Let's help them buy! by Jam Handy 
picture service, inc. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 
1987; D 48212; B. F. Goodrich co., 
Akron, O. 1999 

Life (The) of Mary Sothern ; by Don 
Becker, scripts nos. 607-616. © 1 c. 
each Mar. 4, 1937; D 48135-48144; 
Crosley radio corp., Cincinnati. 

2000-2009 

scripts nos. 617-623. © 1 c. 



each Mar. 15, 1937; D 48410^8416; 
Crosley radio corp., Cincinnati. 

2010-2016 

scripts nos. 624-629. © 1 c. 



each Mar. 22, 1987; D 48510-48515; 
Crosley radio corp., Cincinnati. 

2017-2022 

Life (The) of Reilly; a play in 3 acts, 
by Laurence Worcester. © 1 c. Mar. 
9, 1937; D 48288; Laurence Gray 
Worcester, Boston. 2023 

Linke (Der) daumen. See Hausbuch 
(Ein) fur das puppenspiel. 

Lion (The) and the mouse; Jan. 26, 
1937, a series of radio dramatizations 
of iEsop's fables, by J. M. Wardell. 



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© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1937 ; D 47966 ; James 
Michael Wardell, New York. 2024 

Little (The) petitioner. See Captain 
Wally's gang of good fellows. 

Little (The) sentinel of Lombardy. See 
Captain Wally's gang of good fellows. 

Little white harvest; a 3-act play, by 
Mary Manor [pseud, of Margaret 
Dailey] © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1937; D 
47952 ; Ursuline convent of the Sacred 
heart, Toledo. 2025 

Lone (The) Ranger; by Francis 
Striker, nos. A-238— A-240. © 1 c. 
each Feb. 26, 1937; D 47946-47948; 
Lone Ranger, inc., Detroit. 

2026-2028 

nos. A-241— A-243. © 1 c. 

each Mar. 3, 1937; D 48108-48110; 
Lone Ranger, inc., Detroit. 2029-2031 

nos. A-244— A-246. © 1 c. 

each Mar. 12, 1937; D 48344-^18346; 
Lone Ranger, inc., Detroit. 

2032-2034 

nos. A-247— A-249. © 1 c. 

each Mar. 18, 1987; D 48484-48486; 
Lone Ranger, inc., Detroit. 

2035-2037 

nos. A-250— A-252. © 1 c. 



each Mar. 24, 1937; D 48587-48589 
Lone Ranger, inc., Detroit. 

2038-2040 

Love isn't enough ; a play in 3 acts, by 
L. Rising. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 1937; D 
48577; Lawrence Rising, New York. 

2041 

Love on Manhattan ; by Courtney Stev- 
enson [pseud, of J. D. Vollor] © 1 c. 
Jan. 15, 1937 ; D 47999 ; James Doyle 
Vollor, Vicksburg, Miss. 2042 

Love to murder ; a drama in 3 acts, by 
D. Wandrei. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1937 ; D 
48182; Donald Wandrei, St. Paul. 

2043 

Lovely lady; a romantic operetta in 2 
acts, by L. F. Chase. Text. © 1 c. 
Feb. 12, 1937; D 48660; Lloyd Fre- 
mont Chase, San Francisco. 2044 

Lovers' meeting; a play in 3 acts, by 
L. Ide. © 1 c. Mar. 26, 1937; D 
48643 ; Leonard Ide, New York. 2045 

Lui . . . e l'altro ; momento dramma- 
tico — sentimentale, di Renzo Abbon- 
dandolo (Vampo) tratto dalla poesia 
Si' femmena, di Scipio Di Dario. 
Utica, N. Y., 1936. 23 p. 8vo. © 
Nov. 30. 1936 ; 2 c. and aff . Dec. 17 ; 



A 101364; Scipio Di Dario, Utica, 
N. Y. 2046 

Lurve ; a comedy in 1 act, by A. J. Tal- 
bot. [London] Play rights & publi- 
cations, ltd. [1937] 20 p. 8vo. © 
Feb. 25, 1937 ; 1 c. Mar. 1 ; D 48030 ; 
A. J. Talbot, Epsom, Surrey, Eng- 
land. 2047 

Lute — strings. (Stephen Foster) ; a 
play in 3 acts, by M. M. Sweeny. © 
1 c. Mar. 16, 1937; D 48424; Maida 
McDonald Sweeny, Larchmont, N. Y. 

2048 

Ma and Pa ; a satire by S. Forrest. 
Balancing the budget. © 1 c. Mar. 
3, 1937 ; D 48093 ; Sam Forrest, New 
York. 2049 

A touch of nature. © 1 c. 



Mar. 3, 1937 ; D 48094 ; Sam Forrest, 
New York. 2050 

Madame Hussy ; a play in 3 acts, by T. 
Lubov. © 1 c. Dec. 29, 1936; D 
47965; Tania Lubov, New York. 

2051 

Magistrate (The) ; an original farce in 
3 acts, by A. W. Pinero. London, 
New York [etc., etc.] [1936] 80 p. 
diagrs. 8vo. ( [French's acting edi- 
tion, no. 1743] ) © May 20, 1936 ; 1 
c. Dec. 9; D 48279; Samuel French, 
ltd., London. 2052 

Magnificent (The) Lassalle ; a play in 
3 acts, by A. Power-Waters, based on 
the life of Ferdinand Lassalle. © 

1 c. Mar. 20, 1937; D 48519; Alma 
Power-Waters, Bayside, L. I., N. Y. 

2053 

Maker (The) of swords; a peace play 
in 1 act, by Sterling Olmsted. Bos- 
ton, Mass., Los Angeles, Cal. [1987] 
19 p. 12mo. ([Baker's plays for 
amateurs]) © Feb. 16, 1937; 2 c. 
Feb. 27; D 47915; Walter H. Baker 
co., Boston. 2054 

Man (A) in a bed; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by J. L. Lamothe. © 1 c. Mar. 23, 
1937 ; D 48568 ; Julian Louis Lamothe, 
Los Angeles. 2055 

Man ( The ) without a country ; com- 
posed by Walter Damrosch, libretto 
by Arthur Guiterman, from a sce- 
nario by Walter Damrosch, based 
upon the story, The man without a 
country, by Edward Everett Hale. 
New York, G. Schirmer, inc. [1937] 
3 p. 1., 167 p. 4to. © Jan. 25, 1937 ; 

2 c. Jan. 26 : D 39233 ; Walter Dam- 
rosch, New York. 2056 



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pt. i, n. s., v. 10 



Manon Lescaut ; a tragic drama in 16 
scenes, by G. Bowers and J. Costello ; 
a free adaptation of the book of L' 
Abbe Prevost [ i. e. Antoine Frangois 
Prevost] © 1 c. Dec. 28, 1936; D 
48603 ; George Bowers and John Cos- 
tello, Represa, Calif. 2057 

March 19th ; by C. Moss. © 1 c. Feb. 
26, 1937 ; D 47953 ; Carlton Moss, New 
York. 2058 

Margaret's call ; a play and a plea for 
foreign missions, by Hattie Branch 
Sibley. Chicago, 111., Philadelphia, 
Pa., The Rodeheaver co., Hall-Mack, 
1937. 8 p. 12mo. © Feb. 18, 1937 ; 
2 c. Feb. 20; D 47939; Rodeheaver 
co., Philadelphia. 2059 

Marquise (La) ; comedie inedite de 
Noel Coward, traduction de Andree 
Mery. 6 weekly installments. (In 
Marianne, 4 e annee, nos. 204-209, 16, 
23, 30 sept., 7, 14, 21 oct, 1936) © 
Sept. 16, 23. 30, Oct. 7, 14, 21, 1936; 
1 c. each Feb. 12, 1937; D 47987; 
Marianne. Paris. 2060 

Marriage (A) holiday; or, The greener 
eyes, a comedy in 3 acts, by J. Hazel- 
ton and E. Hazelton. © 1 c. Mar. 19, 
1937; D 48600; Julia Hazelton and 
Elizabeth Hazelton, Hollywood, 
Calif. 2061 

Mary Lou (The) ; a 1-act play, by 
Ellyn Sohn [pseud, of H. W. Hender- 
son and E. McPherson] © 1 c. Feb. 
1, 1937 ; D 48171 ; Hazel W. Henderson 
and Evelyn McPherson, Grand Junc- 
tion, Col. 2062 

Mary McShane ; an intimate musical 
comedy in 3 acts, bv V. M. Whitney. 
Text. © 1 c. Mar. 5, 1937 ; D 48123 ; 
Verner Meurice Whitney, New York. 

2063 

Master Rabbit and Mr. Fox ; a play in 
1 act, based on Indian folk-tales of 
New Mexico, dramatized by Eleanor 
Bowman. New York, N. Y., Los An- 
geles, Calif, [etc., etc.] [1937] 4 p. 
1., 10 p. diagr. 12mo. ( [The Junior 
league plays]) © Feb. 9, 1937; 2 c. 
Feb. 26; D 47930; Samuel French, 
New York. 2064 

Matey Hansel and Marjorie Gretel. 
See Popeye the sailor. 

Matey Revere. See Popeye the sailor. 

Meddler (The) in miracles; a 1-act 
play, by Ronald Elwy Mitchell. Lon- 
don, New York [etc., etc.] [1936] 
24 p. diagr. 12mo. ( [French's act- 



ing edition, no. 2580]) © Dec. 31, 
1936; 1 c. Mar. 6, 1937; D 48161; 
Samuel French, ltd., London. 2065 

Meek (The) shall inherit; a play in 3 
acts, by Elissa Landi [pseud, of E. 
M. Lawrence] © 1 c. Mar. 1, 1937; 
D 47993: Elisabeth Marie Lawrence, 
Pacific Palisades, Calif. 2066 

Melodien der blev vaek ; Larsens kome- 
die i 21 billeder [af] Kjeld Abell, 
viserne af Sven M011er Kristensen. 
[K0benhavn] Monde [1935] 91 p. 
plates. 8vo. Text. © Oct. 17, 1935 ; 
1 c. Feb. 27, 1937; D 47984; Kjeld 
Abell, Copenhagen. 2067 

Men may come — ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by G. Harrison. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 1937 ; 
D 48403 ; Geneva Harrison, New 
York. 2068 

Mercy for the sane ; a play in 1 act, by 
Alfred D. Geto. © 1 c. Mar. 5, 1937 ; 
D 48146 ; Alfred David Geto, Brook- 
lyn. 2069 

Military adventures of Moe ; episode 1, 
dramatic-comedy-playlet, by D. B. 
Cohane. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1937; D 
48168; David B. Cohane, Flushing, 
L. I., N. Y. 2070 

Milk. See Your health. 

Mimi ; operett 2 reszben 10 kepben, 
irtak Solt Endre [i. e. Endre Solt] 
es Tors Ivan [i. e. Ivan Tors] zenejet 
Harmath Imre [i. e. Imre Harmath] 
verseire szerezte Fenyes Szabolcs 
[i. e. Szabolcs Fenyes] Text. © 1 c. 
Dec. 23, 1935; D 48163; Rozsavolgyi 
es tarsa, Budapest, Hungary. 2071 

Minskol-dinskol ; or, My health and 
your health, a dramatic play in 3 
acts, by I. C. Ewall. © 1 c. Mar. 24, 
1937; D 48583; Edith Gordon, New 
York. 2072 

Miss Lou-oo-oo ; a comedy skit, text by 
F. Hager. music by F. Hager and 
Justin Ring. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1937; 
D 39241 ; Fred Hager, Bay side, L. I., 
N. Y. 2073 

Mr. Duffy's speech. See Honest working 
girl. 

Mists; a play in 3 acts, by O. Valde- 
mar. © 1 c. Mar. 24, 1937 ; D 4S623 ; 
Odette Yaldemar, New York. 2074 

Modeaffe (Der) : komodie in prosa in 1 
akt von Friedrich dem Grossen 
(1742) aus dem fraDzosischen iiber- 
setzt von Ernst. Leopold Stahl. Ber- 
lin [1936] 54, [2] p. 12mo. Cover- 



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title. © Dec. 30, 1936; 1 c. Mar. 8, 
1937 ; D 48189 ; Theaterverlag Albert 
Langen-Georg Miiller, g. m.' b. h., 
Berlin. 2075 

Moonlight and car grease ; a play from 
the story, by M. S. Auld. © 1 c. Feb. 
19, 1937; D 48158; Madeline Swift 
Auld, Larchmont, N. Y. 2076 

Moonraker (The) ; a dramatic compo- 
sition in 31 scenes, by T. J. Herron. 
© 1 c. Mar. 22, 1937; D 48560; 
Thomas J. Herron, Los Angeles. 

2077 

Morning light; Easter pageant, text by 
Verna Whinery, music by I. H. Mere- 
dith. New York city, 1937. 19 p. 
8vo. © Jan. 2, 1937; 2 c. Mar. 1; 
D 39238; Tullar-Meredith co„ New 
York. 2078 

Mortimer Gooch ; episode no. 16, by C. 
D. MacMillan. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 1937; 
D 48090; Columbia broadcasting sys- 
tem, inc., station WBBM, Chicago. 

2079 

episode no. 17, by Pauline Hop- 
kins. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 1937 ; D 48241 ; 
Columbia broadcasting system, inc., 
station WBBM, Chicago. 2080 

episode no. 18, by C. D. MacMillan. 

© 1 c. Mar. 15, 1937; D 48396; Co- 
lumbia broadcasting system, inc., sta- 
tion WBBM, Chicago. 2081 

episode no. 19, by C. D. MacMil- 
lan. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 1937 ; D 48520 ; 
Columbia broadcasting system, inc., 
station WBBM, Chicago. 2082 

Mother's day ; by J. S. Stewart. © 1 c. 
Mar. 4, 1937; D 48092; Jesse S. 
Stewart, Tyrone, Pa. 2083 

Movie people. See Gente de cine. 

Much ado about nothing. See Beau- 
coup de bruit pour rien. 

Murder (The) — and Duke gets suspi- 
cious. See Adventures (The) of big 
Bill Baker. 

Murder by note ; a mystery drama in 1 
act, by Louis E. Danner, jr. © 1 c. 
Feb. 25, 1937; D 48170; Louis Dan- 
ner, jr., Natrona Heights, Pa. 2084 

My country right or left ; a musical sa- 
tire, by Muriel Fox, Marie Reed. Su- 
zette Telenga, and Jane Whitbread, 
music by Clair Leonard. Pougbkeep- 
sie, N. Y. [1937] 2 p. 1., 52 numb. 1., 
53-83 p. plate. 4to. (Vassar experi- 
mental theatre plays) © Mar. 5, 
1937 ; 2 c. Mar. 8 ; D 39251 ; Experi- 



mental theatre of Vassar college, 
Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 2085 

My health and your health. See Min- 
skil-dinskol. 

My wandering Jim ; a tableau in 3 
parts, by E. M. Crenshaw. © 1 c. 
Mar. 22, 1937; D 48664; Edna Mae 
Crenshaw, New York. 2086 

Myrt and Marge; a series of radio 
sketches, by M. Vail, episodes nos. 
768, 770, 771, 773, 778, 780-783. © 
1 c. each Feb. 17, 1937; D 48333- 
48341 ; Myrtle Vail, New York. 

2087-2095 

episodes nos. 784-787, 789^ 

791, 793-800, 806-808, 810. © 1 c. 
each Mar. 9, 1937; D 48304-48322; 
Myrtle Vail, New York. 2096-2114 

episodes nos. 792, 801-805, 

809, 811, 812. © 1 c. each Mar. 10, 
1937; D 48324-48332; Myrtle Vail, 
New York. 2115-2123 

episodes nos. 813-815, 817- 



819. © 1 c. each Mar. 20, 1937; D 
48540-48545 ; Myrtle Vail, New York. 

2124-2129 

episodes nos. 820, 821. © 1 c. 



each Mar. 22, 1937 ; D 48564, 48565 ; 
Myrtle Vail, New York. 2130', 2131 

Napoleon unique; comedie epique en 3 
actes [par] Paul Raynal. Paris, Li> 
brairie Stock, 1937. 190, [1] p. 12mo. 
© Jan. 13, 1937; 1 c. Feb. 25; D 
48162; Paul Raynal, Paris, 2132. 

Nathan Hale. See Four one act plays. 

Nein, diese aehnlichkeit ! bilder in 1 
rahmen, von M. Groetsinger. © 1 c. 
Jan. 29, 1937 ; D 48636 ; Melly Groet- 
singer, Vienna. 2133 

Nellie McNabb ; a 1-act farce comedy, 
by Lois Reynolds. [Toronto] New 
York, N. Y. [etc.] [1937] 26, [1] p. 
12mo. ( [Canadian playwright 

series]) © Jan. 26, 1937; 1 c. Feb. 
26; D 47936; Samuel French (Can- 
ada) ltd., Toronto. 2134 

New (The) evolution; or, The returD 
of the gorillas, including Human fol- 
lies, a travesty on humanity in 2 
parts, by J. Hopp. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 
1937 ; D 48555 ; Julius Hopp, New 
York. 2135 

New grounds for divorce in Turkey ; a 
comedy in 3 acts, by Sanieh Belideh 
Ycussouf [i. e. S. B. Y. Funston] © 
1 c. Feb. 27, 1937 ; D 47972 ; Sanieh 
Belideh Youssouf Funston, New 
York. 2136 



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Night (A) at the opera. See Honest 
(The) working girl. 

No distance; no. 2, a radio broadcast, 
by E. W. Kemper. © 1 c. Mar. 12, 
1937; D 48409 1 ; Elise W. Kemper, 
Baltimore. 2137 

Not guilty. See First nighter. 

Not on your life ! a comedy in 3 acts, 
by g. Rosenfeld. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 
1937; D 48025; Sylvia Rosenfeld, 
Burlington, N. J. 2138 

Not so long ago ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Jacqres B. Carnot. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 
1937; D 48423; Jacob Kantor, New 
York. 2139 

Number (The) 1 guy; a radio play by 
Adrian D. Kuepper. Rock Island, 
111., 1936. cover-title 4 p. 1., 2M9 
numb. 1. 4to. © Sept. 1, 1936 ; 2 c. 
Nov. 10; D 48272; Frederick B. In- 
gram publications, Rock Island, 111. 

2140 

Off to the ranch. See Adventures 
(The) of big Bill Baker. 

Oktoberwiese. See Seid ihr alle da? — 
Ja! 

On demande . . . ; comedie en 4 actes, 
de M. Dulud. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1937 ; 
D 47979 ; Michel Dulud, Paris. 2141 

On the face of it; a play in 3 acts, by 
J. MacColl. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 1937; 
D 48130; James A. MacColl, New 
Rochelle, N. Y. 2142: 

Once more on Ararat; a dramatic 
fancy in 3 acts, by E. Lester. © 1 c. 
Mar. 16, 1937; D 48439; Elliott Les- 
ter, Wyrcote, Pa. 2143 

One girl in a million ; episodes 55-77, 
by Carl A. Buss. © 1 c. each Mar. 
8, 193V ; D 48303 ; Independent gro- 
cers' alb'ance distributing co., Chi- 
cago. 2144 

One more life saved; a combination 
drama and club arrangement, by H. 
A. Joharesen. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 1937 ; 
D 48166; Harry August Johanesen, 
Chicago. 2145 

O'Neills (The) ; episodes nos. 336-357, 
by Jane West. © 1 c. each Mar. 11, 
1987 ; D 48301 ; Procter & Gamble co., 
Cincinnati. 2146 

Only yesterday; a play in 3 acts, by 
Adrian Brunei. London, Newnes 
[1936] 111, [1] p. 12mo. © Dec. 
10, 1936 ; 1 c. Mar. 4, 1937 ; D 48184 ; 
Adrian Brunei, London. 2147 



Opening (The) wedge; by Jam Handy 
picture service, inc. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 
1937 ; D 48210 ; General exchange in- 
surance Corp., New York. 2148 

Opere d'amore, miracoli e morte di San 
Gerardo Maiella ; dramma in 5 atti, 
di P. Aceto. © 1 c. Dec. 30, 1936 ; D 
47967 ; Pasquale Aceto, Newark, N. J. 

2149 

Opportunity ; by Jam Handy picture 
service, inc. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 1937; D 
48208; Coca cola co., Atlanta. 2150 

Our lad ; a play in 1 act, by Herbert 
Ingham. [London] Play rights & pub- 
lications, ltd. [1937] 17 p. 8vo. 
Acting edition. © Mar. 6, 1937 ; 1 c. 
Mar. 9; D 48186; Herbert Ingham, 
Morcambe, Lancashire, England. 

2151 

Ours is the guilt; a radio dramatiza- 
tion by H. Minkoff. © 1 c. Mar. 10, 
1937; D 48255; Harry Minkoff, 
Brooklyn. 2152 

Outside Eden ; a play in 3 acts, by L. 
Brown. © 1 c. Mar. 19, 1937; D 
48507; Lionel Brown, Streetly, 
Staffs., England. 2153 

Over the rainbow ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Frances Homer. Chicago, The 
Dramatic publishing company [1936] 
103 p., 1 1., xxix p. diagrs. 12mo. 
([Sergei's royalty plays]) © Oct. 8, 
1936 ; 2 c. Oct. 16 ; D 45248 ; Frances 
Homer, Chicago. [Copyright is 
claimed on new matter] 2154 

Overnight (The) bag; a play in 4 acts, 
by Elizabeth Morrison [pseud, of E. 
M. Ludlow] © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1937 ; D 
48178; Elizabeth Morrison Ludlow, 
New York. 2155 

Oxydol's own Ma Perkins ; continuities 
nos. 925 E. T.— 947 E. T., by Lee Geb- 
hart. © 1 c. each Mar. 11, 1937 ; D 
48302; Procter & Gamble co., Cincin- 
nati. 2156 

Panamaskandal ; schauspiel in 8 szenen 
[von] Eberhard Wolfgang Moller. 
Berlin [1936] 94, [1] p. 12mo. © 
Sept. 10, 1936; 1 c. Mrr. 8, 1937; D 
48190; Theaterverlag Albert Langen- 
Georg Muller, g. m. b. h., Beilin. 2157 

Parole; a short play, by William R. 
Johns. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 1937 ; D 48C24 ; 
William Richard Johns, New York. 

2158 

Paul und der sundenfall; ein schwank 
in 3 akten, von Hans Muller. © 1 c. 
Mar. 8, 1937 ; D 48200 ; Drei masken 
verlag, a. g., Berlin. 2159 



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Pauvre (Le) matelot. See Poor (The) 
sailor. 

Peace, brothers ! a play in 1 act, by Al- 
fred D. Geto. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 1937; 
D 48498; Alfred David Geto, Brook- 
lyn. 2160 

Peace porridge hot ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by W. L. Hillyer. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 
1937; D 48504; William Lowe Hill- 
yer, Washington. 2161 

Pendulum (The) swings; a play in 3 
acts, by Sam Hammer [pseud, of S. 
H. Comly] and I. Osborn. © 1 c. 
Feb. 24, 1937; D 4S3S1 ; Samuel H. 
Comly, Sunnyside, L. I., N. Y., and 
Innis Osborn, Norwalk, Conn. 2162 

People (The) versus Arthur Morgan. 
See Famous jury trials. 

People (The) versus Henry Kimball. 
See Famous jury trials. 

People versus Lewis Parker. See Fa- 
mous jury trials. 

People (The) versus Paul Taylor. See 
Famous jury trials. 

People (The) versus Todd Cooper. See 
Famous jury trials. 

Peril (The) of Troop 45. See Captain 
Wally's gang of good fellows. 

Periphery ; a play in 14 scenes, by 
Frantisek Langer, translated from 
the Czechoslovakian by B. Yurka. © 
1 c. Mar. 6, 1937; D 48270; Blanche 
Yurka, New York. 2163 

Plainsman (The) ; a radio skit, by S. 
B. Taylor, jr. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 1937 ; 
D 48380 ; Stewart Bryden Taylor, jr., 
Narberth, Pa. 2164 

Play it for comedy; a play in 3 acts, 
by J. S. Rodell. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 
1937; D 48608; John Simon Rodell, 
New York. 2165 

Play-street ; by J. Liss. © 1 c. Mar. 10, 
1937; D 48286; Joseph Liss, New 
York. 2166 

Pledge with wine. See Georgia's vision. 

Pompadour ; ein film von H. W. Becker. 
© 1 c. Mar. 5, 1937 ; D 48227 ; Primax 
film co., Vienna. 2167 

Poor ( The ) sailor ; English version by 
L. N. Finley, from the French of Jean 
Cocteau entitled, Le pauvre mate- 
lot, music by Darius Milhaud. Text. 
© 1 c. Feb. 5, 1937; D 48028; Lor- 
raine Noel Finley, Montreal. 2168 

Popeye and Father Time. See Popeye 
the sailor. 



Popeye does a little road building. See 
Popeye the sailor. 

Popeye fights a duel. See Popeye the 
sailor. 

Popeye Gulliver. See Popeye the sailor. 

Popeye makes rain. See Popeye the 
sailor. 

Popeye Romeo and Olive Juliet. See 
Popeye the sailor. 

Popeye the sailor ; a radio script, by 
John Alcorn, program no. 64. Pop- 
eye makes rain. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 
1937 ; D 48427 ; Wheatena corp., Rail- 
way, N. J. 2169 

program no. 65. Popeye 

fights a duel. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 1937; 
D 48428; Wheatena corp., Rahway, 
N. J. 2170 

program no. 66. The horse 

show. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 1937 ; D 48429 ; 
Wheatena corp., Rahway, N. J. 

2171 

program no. 67. Popeye and 



Father Time. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 1937 

D 48430; Wheatena corp., Rahway, 

N. J. 2172 

program no. 68. Popeye does 



a little road building. © 1 c. Mar. 
16, 1937; D 48431; Wheatena corp., 
Rahway, N. J. 2173 

program no. 69. The ain- 



sheenk mariner. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 
1937 ; D 48432 ; Wheatena corp., Rah- 
way, N. J. 2171 

program no. 70. Wimpy, 



grand lama of Tibet. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 
1937 ; D 48433 ; Wheatena corp., Rah- 
way, N. J. 2175 

program no. 71. The ghost 



ship. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 1937 : D 48434 
Wheatena corp., Rahway, N. J. 2176 

program no. 72. Matey Re- 



vere. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 1937 ; D 48435 ; 
Wheatena corp., Rahway, N. J. 2177 

program no. 73. Matey Han- 



sel and Marjorie Gretel. © 1 c. Mar. 
16, 1937; D 48436; Wheatena corp., 
Rahway, N. J. 2178 

program no. 74. Sir Isaac 



Wimpy Newton. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 
1937; D 48437; Wheatena corp., 
Rahway, N. J. 2179 

program no. 75. Popeye Gul- 



liver. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 1937 ; D 48438 
Wheatena corp., Rahway, N. J. 2180 



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pt. i, n. s., v. 10 



Popeye the sailor; a radio script, by 
John Alcorn — Continued. 

program no. 76. Popeye 



Romeo and Olive Juliet. © 1 c. Mar 
25, 1937; D 48596; Wheatena corp., 
Rahway, N. J. 2181 

program no. 77. Don Quixote 



Popeye. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 1937; D 
48597; Wheatena corp., Rahway, 
N. J. 2182 

program no. 78. China clip- 



per. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 1937 ; D 48598 ; 
Wheatena corp., Rahway, N. J. 

2183 

Portrait of a lady; a play in 3 acts, 
adapted by F. Hugunin and C. C. 
Dobie, from the novel of the same 
name, by Henry James. © 1 c. Feb. 
4, 1937; D 48353; Francis Hugunin, 
Kenosha, Wis., and Charles Caldwell 
Dobie, San Francisco. 2184 

Preacher (The) See First nighter. 

Presenting the lady; from Portrait of 
a perfect lady series, by R. P. Bram- 
well. © 1 c. Mar. 29, 1937 ; D 48670 ; 
Ruby Phillips Bramwell, Belleville, 
Kan. 2185 

Princess (The) and the piker; a dra- 
matic composition in 1 act, by Wool- 
man Cantwell [i. e. M. W. Cantwell] 
© 1 c. Mar. 17, 1937 ; D 48529 ; Mar- 
garet Woolman Cantwell, New York. 

2186 

Privateer (The) ; a comic opera in 3 
acts, story by John Lawrence Morris, 
music and lyrics by Pauline Wins- 
low. Text. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 1937; D 
48131; John L. Morris, Brooklyn. 
[Copyright is claimed on additions 
and revisions] 2187 

Program commemorating the centen- 
nial of Chicago's incorporation as a 
city; by Jane Ashman. [1937] 
cover-title, 1 p. 1., 17 numb. 1. 4to. 
© Feb. 18, 1937; 2 c. Feb. 26; 
D 47954; Rotary club of Chicago. 
Chicago. 2188 

Programs for high school assemblies; 
v. 3, a collection of suggested pro- 
grams for various types of school 
assemblies, by Marietta Abell and 
Agnes J. Anderson. Minneapolis, 
Minn. [1937] 96 p. 12mo. © 
Jan. 4, 1937 ; 2 c. Jan. 6 ; aff. Jan. 14 ; 
A 101825; Northwestern press, Min- 
neapolis. 2189 

Pulling together; by Jam Handy pic- 
ture service, inc. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 



1937 ; D 48209 ; General exchange in- 
surance corp., New York. 2190 

Purim play in verse; a play in 3 acts, 
by Mrs. Jos. Goldhamer [i. e. F. J. 
Goldhamer] © 1 c. Mar. 17, 1937; 
D 48525; Florence Jeannette Gold- 
hamer, Cleveland. 2191 

Put up the sword. See Resurrection 
(The) proved, and three other plays 
for Easter. 

Queen (The) of Atlantis. See His 
majesty the king. 

Queen (The) of Children's land; a 
dramatic composition for young chil- 
dren, by O. Hearn. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 
1937; D 48181; Olive Hearn, Hud- 
son, N. Y. 2192 

Queen of swing; text and music, by J. 
Lindeman. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1937; D 
39235 ; Joe Lindeman, New York. 

2193 

Quinns (The) — in '67; by Len and 
Leona Hollister. © 1 c. Mar. 11, 
1937; D 48294; Len and Leona 
Hollister, New York. 2194 

Quips and quirks ; a comedy in 1 act, 
by S. S. Hartman. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 
1937; D 48089; Susanna Search 
Hartman, Yardley, Pa. 2195 

Radiant memory; a 1-act play, by P. 
Shav. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 1937 ; D 48517 ; 
Paula Shay, New York. 2196 

Radio sketch for Eddie Cantor ; by Doe 
Grove [pseud, of H. S. Grove] © 
1 c. Mar. 16, 1937 ; D 48426 ; Howard 
S. Grove, Los Angeles. 2197 

Rain in harvest ; a drama in 2 acts, by 
H. Warwick. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 1937 ; 
D 48425; Howard Warwick, Brook- 
lyn. 2198 

Rallv; bv Elizabeth Marsh. © 1 c. 
Feb. 6, 1937; D 48167; Elizabeth B. 
Marsh, Los Angeles. 2199 

Raspar sucht gold. See Hausbuch 
(Ein) fur das puppenspiel. 

Raveled (The) sleeve; a play in 1 act, 
by Helen Pitts Parker. Boston, Mass., 
Los Angeles, Cal. [1937] 26 p. diagr. 
12 mo. ([Brker's plays for ama- 
teurs]) © Feb. 15, 1937: 2 c. Feb. 
27; D 47917; Walter H. Baker co., 
Boston. 2200 

Read about Laura Keene : a play in 3 
acts, by J. V. Reid and I. S. Strouse. 
© 1 c. Mar. 24, 1937 ; D 48599 ; Jose- 
phine Victor Reid and Irving S. 
Strouse, New York. 2201 



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2237 



Red roses ; a play in 1 act, by William 
De Lisle. New York, N. Y., London 
[etc., etc.] [1937.] 1 p. 1., 5-20 p. 
diagr. 12 mo. © Mar. 24, 1937; 
2 c. Mar. 26; D 48654; Samuel 
French, New York. 2202 

Red (The) tie; a play in 1 act, by 
Olive Popplewell. London, H. F. W. 
Deane & sons, The Year book press, 
ltd.; Boston, Mass., The Baker in- 
ternational play bureau [1937] 26 p. 
12 mo. (The Year book press series 
of plays) © Feb. 18, 1937 ; 1 c. Feb. 
26 ; D 48195 ; Olive Popplewell, Mal- 
vern Wells, England. 2203 

Red (The) velvet goat; by Josephina 
Niggli. © 1 c. Mar. 19, 1937; D 
48456; Carolina playmakers, inc., 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 2204 

Reforming the reformers ; a dramatic 
composition in 10 scenes, by Wool- 
man Cantwell [i. e. M. W. Cantwell] 
© 1 c. Mar. 17, 1937 ; D 48528 5 Mar- 
garet Woolman Cantwell, New York. 

2205 

Renfrew of the Mounted ; by L. Y. Er- 
skine ; episodes nos. 237, 239-241. © 
1 c. each, Mar. 2, 1937; D 48149- 
48152 ; Laurie York Erskine, New 
Hope, Pa. 2206-2209 

episodes nos. 242-246. © 



each Mar. 2, 1937; D 48017-48021; 
Laurie York Erskine, New Hope, Pa. 

2210-2214 
episodes nos. 247-251. © 1 c. 



each Mar. 23, 1937; D 48493-48497; 
Laurie York Erskine, New Hope, Pa. 

2215-2219 
episodes nos. 252-256. © 1 c. 



each Mar. 16, 1937; D 48440-48444 
Laurie York Erskine, New Hope, Pa. 

2220-2224 
Rescue (The) See Adventures of big 
Bill Baker. 

Resurrection (The) proved, and three 
other plays for Easter ; [by Elsie 
Duncan Yale and Emily Donaghy] 
Chicago, 111., Philadelphia, Pa., The 
Rodeheaver co., Hall-Mack, 1937. 32 
p. 12 mo. Contents. — The resurrec- 
tion proved, by Elsie Duncan Yale. — 
Put up the sword, by Elsie Duncan 
Yale. — A certain centurion, by Elsie 
Duncan Yale. — The Christ of the 
Eastertide, by Emily Donaghy. © 
Feb. 18, 1937 ; 2 c. Feb. 20 ; D 47938 ; 
Rodeheaver co., Philadelphia. 2225 

Return (The) of Hannibal; a play in 3 
acts, by Amory Hare [pseud, of A. 
Hutchinson] © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1937 ; D 



48632 
Pa. 



Amory Hutchinson, Media, 
2226 



Return of the gorillas. See New evolu- 
tion. 

Revenant (Le) ; piece en 3 actes poli- 
ciers, par M. Dulud. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 
1937 ; D 47980 ; Michel Dulud, Paris. 

2227 

Revolt of the morons ; a farce-comedy 
in 1 act, by Edward Schoening. New 
York, N. Y., London [etc., etc.] 
[1937] 33 p. diagr. 12 mo. © Mar. 
24, 1937; 2 c. Mar. 26; D 48652; 
Samuel French, New York. 2228 

Revolutions of 1937 ; a musical comedy 
in a prologue and 2 acts, by Byron 
Conklin. Text. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 1937 ; 
D 48250; Byron Edward Conklin, 
East Orange, N. J. 2229 

Right (The) to wrong; a drama in 3 
acts, by L. F. Goodrich. © 1 c. Jan. 
23, 1937; D 48164; Libbie Feldman 
Goodrich, Cleveland. 2230 

Ringside seat ; a play in 3 acts, by L. 
Ide. © 1 c. Mar. 26, 1937 ; D 48644 ; 
Leonard Ide, New York. 2231 

River to the sea ; a play in 3 acts, by 
K. Oglebay and C. Jarrett. © 1 c. 
Mar. 3, 1937 ; D 48115 ; Kate Oglebay, 
New York, and Cora Jarrett, Shep- 
herdstown, W. Va. 2232 

Robin's nest; a play in 3 acts, by A. 
Erenberg. © 1 c. Mar. 11, 1937; D 

48290; Arthur Erenberg, New York. 

2233 

Rock-a-bye baby; by M. M. Reisdorff. 
© 1 c. Mar. 9, 1937 ; D 48204 ; Mary 
Miller Reisdorff, Seattle. 2234 

Rockabye Granny. See Sixty on high. 

Roi Pausole. See Gay journey. 

Roll over, Princess ; a modern comedy 
in 3 acts, by Evelyn Flebbe. © 1 c. 
Mar. 6, 1937 ; D 48203 ; Evelyn Flebbe 
Scott, Beverly Hills, Calif. 2235 

Runaway wives. See Tickets please ! 

Sa la vie ; a comedy in 3 acts, by G. E. 
Wilson. © 1 c. Mar. J% 1937; D 
48253 ; Gladys Elizabe, i Wilson New 
York. - 2236 

St. Helena; a play in 12 scenes, by R. 
C. Sherriff and Jeanne De Casalis. 
London, Samuel French [1937] 108 
p. diagu. 8vo. ([French'^; acting 
edition, no. 34]) © Feb. 5, 1937; 
1 c. Mar. 2 ; D 48035 ; R. C. Sherriff, 
Esher, England, and Jeanne De 
Casalis, London. 2237 



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2238 



pt. i, n. s., v. 10 



Satan finds work; a 1-act play, by 
J. R. Silverman. © 1 c. Mar. 29, 
1937 ; D 48673 ; Joseph R. Silverman, 
Chicago. 2238 

Schatz (Der) See Hausbuch (Ein) 
fur das puppenspiel. 

School (The) for success; lesson 2. 
How to act like a lady, written for 
the radio and for the amateur stage, 
by O. Bonderinko. © 1 c. Mar. 1, 
1937; D 47992; Olya Bonderinko, 
Westport, Conn. 2239 

School (The) for undressing; by J. R. 
Savage. © 1 c. Mar. 19, 1937; D 
48452; Balaban and Katz corp., Chi- 
cago. 2240 

School teachers; episodes 2, 3, 4, by 
B. L. Stafford and C. M. Shatava. 
© 1 c. each Feb. 1, 1937; D 4C324; 
Bessie L. Stafford and Clara Mae 
Shatava, Sumner, la. 2241 

Schule (Die) der welt; eine preussis- 
che komodie in 3 akten [von] 
Friedrich der Grosse (Geschrieben 
von Herrn Satyricus, um incognito 
gespielt zu welder 1748) Aus dem 
franzosischen neu iibersetzt und fur 
die auffiihrung borrbeitet von Carl 
Niessen. Berlir- [1936] 80, [4] p. 
12mo. Cover title. © Dec. 30, 1936 ; 
1 c. Mar. 8, 1937; D 48188; Theater- 
verlag Albert Langan- Georg Miiller, 
g. m. b. h., Berlin. 2242 

Schwarzer Peter ; eine oper fur kleine 
uDd grosse leute, text von Walter 
Lieck r musik von Norbeit Schultze, 
nach einem plattdeutschen marchen 
von Whhelm Wisser. Klavierauszug 
mit vollstiindigem text. © 1 c. Jan. 
14, 1937 ; D 39245 ; Neuer theaterver- 
lag, g. m. b. h., Berlin. 2243 

Second hoeing ; a play in 4 acts, drama- 
tized by H. W. Sykes and C. Bell, 
based on the novel, Second hoeing, 
by H. W. Sykes. © 1 c. Mar. 4, 
1931 ; D 48117 ; Hope Williams Sykes 
and Campton Bell, Fort Collins, Col. 

2244 

Second (The) Rip; a comedy in 1 act, 
by Jens Riis. [19?'<.] 10 p. 12hio. 
© Feb. 15, 1937; 2 c. Feb. 15; D 
47914; Playhouse, Aberdeen, S. D. 

2245 

Seen but not heard ; a new play by 
Mark Baumer and Martin Berkeley. 
[New York city] Dramatists play 
service, inc., 1937. 2 p. L, 3-161 p. 
front., diagr. 12mo. © Mar. 4, 1937 ; 



2 c. Mar. 10 ; D 48276 ; Martin Berke- 
ley, Hollywood, Calif., and Marie 
Baumer, New York. 2246 

Seid ihr alle da? — Ja! ein lustiges 
kasparbuch, von Dora Thelemann, 
mit acht bunten bildern von Grethe 
Jiirgens und einem begleitwort von 
Gustav Schenk. Berlin [1936] 77 p., 
1 1. col. plates. 8vo. ([Die bunten 
puppenspielbiicker] ) Dramatic con- 
tents. — Der kaspar und die sternen- 
prinzessin. — Kaspar in der wiiste. — 
Die verwechselung. — Oktoberwiese. — 
Eine verzauberte angelegenheit. © 
Dec. 4, 1936; 1 c. Mar. 8, 1937; D 
48193 ; Theaterverlag Albert Langen- 
Georg Miiller, g. m. b. h., Berlin. 

2247 

Semester (The) ends; a play in 3 
acts, by E. Sirota. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 
1937 ; D 48394 ; Elsie Sirota, Long 
Island City, L. I., N. Y. 2248 

Settled out of court. See Grand hotel. 

Shadow (The) of the great judgment 
morning ; by E. Furney. © 1 c. Feb. 
9, 193 . ; D 48044 ; Emma Furney, 
Philadelphia. 2249 

Shady ; a drama in 3 acts, by James E. 
Monaghan. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1937; 
D 47956; James Eugene Monaghan, 
Plains, Pa. 2250 

She asked for it ; a farce in 3 acts, by 
H. N. Baker, jr. © 1 c. Mar. 15, 
1937 ; D 48422 ; Howell North Baker, 
jr., Los Angeles. 2251 

She knew her man; a play in 3 acts, 
by J. F. Roche. © 1 c. Mar. 5, 1937 ; 
D 48127; John F. Roche, New York. 

22CJ2 

Shilling for sixpence ; a play in 3 acts, 
by M. S. Fresell. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 
1937; D 48018; Margaiet Simone 
Fresell, New York. 2253 

Siege. See Brittle. 

Signs of the times ; a 1-act community 
play, by Maude Hicks Hickman. 
Centerville, la. [1937] 13 p. 12mo. 
© Feb. 12, 1937; 2 c. Feb. 15; D 
48375; Maude Hicks Hickman, Cen- 
terville, la. 2254 

Singende jugend; ein film der Wiener 
Sanger!" laber, by Herman Heinz Ort- 
ner. Text. © 1 c. Feb. 12. 1C?7 ; 
D 48407; Cornelius Adriaar Bruyu, 
Amsterdam, Holland. 2255 

Sir Isaac Wimpy Newton. See Popeye 
the sailor. 



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2279 



Sit down and strike it out; scenario, 
by E. Feuer. ©lc. Mar. 16, 1937 ; D 
48417 ; Ester Feuer, New York. 2256 

Sixty on high ; or, Rockaby Granny, a 
play in 3 acts, by L. Bearson and A. 
Silver. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 1937; D 
48242; Archie Silver, Boston, and 
Lawrence Bearson, Allston, Mass. 

2257 

Skeet Eye Brown; a farce comedy, by 
C. W. Ferguson. Scenes 1 and 2 of 
Act 1. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1937 ; D 48475 ; 
C. Weslev Ferguson, Hollywood, 
Calif. 2258 

Slight (A) point of etiquette; a play 
in 3 acts, by M. Gluck and Merrell 
Hartnian [pseud of S. Taylor] © 
1 c. Mar. 6, 1937; D 48160; Margel 
Gluck and Spencer Taylor, Holly- 
wood, Calif. 2259 

Smoldering fires ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Mae L. Polley [i. e. M. L. Winter] 
© 1 c. Mar. 8, 1937; D 48481; Mae 
L. Winter, St. Louis. 2260 

Snow-train; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Dorothy C. A. Blanchard and Henry 
Lee Burgess. © 1 c. Mar. 23, 1937; 
D 48500; Dorothy C. A. Blanchard, 
New York. 2261 

Socratists (The) ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by S. Carter. © 1 c. Mar. 18, 1937 ; 
D 48471; Sydney Carter, New York. 

2262 

Solomon's folly; a 1-act play, by Syd- 
ney Box. London, New York [etc., 
etc.] Samuel French, ltd. [1936] 
32 p. diagr. 12mo. ( [French's act- 
ing edition, no. 2455]) © Nov. 19, 
1936; 1 c. Dec. 7; D 47989; Sydney 
Box, London. 2263 

Some of the people ; text by Seymour 
I. Nadler, music by Lee Wainer, lyr- 
ics by Lupin Fien [i. e. I. L. Fien] 
© 1 c. Mar. 11, 1937; D 39246; Isa- 
dore Lupin Fien, New York. 2264 

Son of James; a play in 3 acts, by 
E. J. Levy. © 1 c. Mar. 5, 1937; D 
48128 ; Edward Josef Levy, New Or- 
leans. 2265 

Sophisticated folly; a play in 3 acts, 
by K. E. Teston. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 
1937; D 48523; K. Edward Teston, 
Los Angeles. 2266 

South sea bubbles; a play in 3 acts, 
by W. K. Stone, from an original 
play by Murray B. Johnstone. © 1 c. 



Mar. 4, 1937; D 48116; William K. 
Stone, New York. 2267 

Spot light; a comedy skit, by Herb. 
Williams [pseud, of H. Billerbeck] 
© 1 c. Mar. 5, 1937 ; D 48121 ; Joan 
Billerbeck, as administratrix of the 
estate of Herbert Billerbeck, Mamar- 
oneck, N. Y. 2268 

Star of the night ; by Samuel R. Daven- 
port. Rock Island, 111., 1936. cover- 
title, 1 p. 1., 2-5 numb. 1. 4to. © 
Sept. 1, 1936 ; 2 c. Dec. 16 ; D 48274 ; 
Frederick B. Ingram publications, 
Rock Island, 111. 2269 

Steamer madness ; a play in 4 episodes, 
by M. Martin. © 1 c. Mar. 18, 1937 ; 
D 48477; Mellicent Martin, Chicago. 

2270 

Stephen Foster. See Lute-strings. 

Stop (A) on the dial; a play in 3 acts, 
by W. Wallace Munro. © 1 c. Feb. 
27, 1937 ; D 47955 ; William Wallace 
Munro, Washington. 2271 

Storm ; scenario by Rene Guillot. © 
1 c. June 23, 1936 ; D 48630 ; Tangiers 
films, Tangiers, Morocco. 2272 

Story (The) of Jane Wilson; by D. 
Levy. © 1 c. Mar. 23, 1937 ; D 48563 ; 
David Levy, Philadelphia. 2273 

Story (The) of the stopped-up sink; 
a play by Irene D. Bilbrough. © 
1 c. Mar. 25, 1937; D 48626; Wash- 
ington housing assn., inc., Washing- 
ton. 2274 

Straigly burn; a play in 1 act, by 
Andrew Anderson. [London] Play 
rights & publications, ltd. [1937] 
24 p. 8vo. (The Amateur theatre 
series of plays) © Feb. 24, 1937; 
1 c. Feb. 27; D 47937; Andrew An- 
derson, Edinburgh, Scotland. 2275 

Strained oatmeal; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Ruth and Eugenia Malaga. © 
1 c. Mar. 29, 1937 ; D 48672 ; Annette 
Goodrich and Dorothy Goodrich, New 
York. 2276 

Strays; a play of home relief, by E. 
Pollock. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 1937; D 
48607; Esther Pollock, New York. 

2277 

Study #1 ; by M. Curran. © 1 c. Mar. 
22, 1937; D 48561; Mary Curran, 
Boston. 2278 

Styx (The) ; a play in 3 acts, by L. 
Hirsch. © 1 c. Mar. 5, 1937; D 
48124; Louis Hirsch, Spring Valley, 
N. Y. 2279 



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2280 



pt. i, n. s., v. 10 



Subsequent (The) history of Mr. 
Jonah ; a farce in 1 act, with a pro- 
logue, by H. B. Gayfer. © 1 c. Sept. 
17, 1936 ; D 48342 ; Hammond B. Gay- 
fer, Mobile. 2280 

Such harmony; a play in 1 act, by W. 
Eric Harris. [Toronto] New York, 
N. Y. [etc.] [1936] 37 p. 12mo. 
( [Canadian playwright series] ) © 
Dec. 9, 1936; 1 c. Feb. 26, 1937; D 
47932; Samuel French (Canada) 
ltd., Toronto. 2281 

Suicide limited ; a play in 12 scenes, 
by J. H. Amen. © 1 c. Feb. 12, 1937 ; 
D 48659; John Harlan Amen, New 
York. 2282 

Sunbrite (The) junior nurse corps; by 
Stack-Goble advertising agency. Jan. 
25, 27, 29, Feb. 1, 3, 5, 8, 10, 12, 15, 17, 
19, 1937. © 1 c. each Mar. 1, 1987; 
D 4800O-48O11 ; Swift & co., Chicago. 

2283^-2294 

Feb. 22, 24, 26, Mar. 1, 1937. 

© 1 c. each Mar. 8, 1937; D 48215- 
48218; Swift & co., Chicago. 

2295-2298 

Mar. 3, 5, 8, 10, 12, 15, 17, 1937. 

© 1 c. each Mar. 25, 1937 ; D 48611- 
48617 ; Swift & co., Chicago. 

2299^2305 

Sunburn (The) See Honest (The) 
working girl. 

Sunday. See Around the corner. 

Sunday costs five pesos; by Josephina 
Niggli. © 1 c. Mar. 19, 1937; D 
48455; Carolina playmakers, inc., 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 2306 

Sunup to sundown ; a play in 3 acts, by 
F. E. Faragoh. © 1 c. Mar. 5, 1937 ; 
D 48118; Francis Edwards Faragoh, 
Wilton, Conn. 2307 

Supply and demand ; by I. Shaw. © 1 
c. Mar. 19, 1937; D 48479; Irwin 
Shaw, Hollywood, Calif. 2308 

Suzanna and the elders; a character 
comedy in 2 acts, by L. Langner and 
Armina Marshall [i. e. A. M. Lang- 
ner] Uncut version. © 1 c. Mar. 27, 
1937; D 48669; Lawrence Langner 
and Armina Marshall Langner, New 
York. 2309' 

Tamten. See Weisse (Der) adler. 

Tennessee ramblers ; a dramatic com- 
position, by D. Hartman. © 1 c. Feb. 
24, 1937; D 47964; Dick Hartman, 
Charlotte, N. C. 2310 



Theatre complet de Jacques-Langlois ; 
t. I, II, Paris, M. Artus, 1937. 2 v. 
8vo. Contents. — v. I. La breche. — Un 
baiser. — Marius Pulchinella. — La pre- 
miere conquete de Bonaparte. — Neige 
de Noel. — La tourmente. — Les enra- 
cines. — Les bacilles. — Cressida. v. II. 
Savoir. — Une nuit blanch e. — La 
sape. — Le drame mysterieux de thea- 
tre de Paris. — Le nid.— Madame la 
duchesse. — Un satyre. — Le marche- 
pied. — L'exigeante. © Jan. 3, 1937; 
1 c. Feb. 12; A— Foreign 34739; 
Jacques Langlois, Paris. 2310* 

There is a law. See D. A. (District at- 
torney) 

There's always tomorrow; a drama in 
3 acts, by D. Deal. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 
1937 ; D 48099 ; Dewey Deal, Laguna 
Beach, Calif. 2311 

They made the royal arms ; by Kitty 
Barne. London, H. F. W. Deane & 
sons, The Year book press, ltd. ; Bos- 
ton, Mass., The Baker international 
play bureau [1937] 2 p. 1., [3]-37, 
[1] p. illus. 8vo. © Jan. 23, 1937; 
1 c. Feb. 26; D 48196; Kitty Barne, 
Eastbourne, Sussex, England. 2312 

They that have not; a play in 3 acts, 
by C. Selig. © 1 c. Feb. 26, 1937 ; D 
47951 ; Cecil Selig, Belmont, Mass. 

2313 

Things (The) that are Caesar's; a 
peace play in 1 act, by Dorothy 
Clarke Wilson. Boston, Mass., Los 
Angeles, Cal. [1937] 32 p. 12mo. © 
Feb. 16, 1937 ; 2 c. Feb. 27 ; D 47922 ; 
Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 2314 

This daring generation ; a comedy in 1 
act, by Marjorie Chalmers Carleton. 
Boston, Mass., Los Angeles, Cal. 
[1937] 40 p. diagr. 12mo. ([Ba- 
ker's royalty plays]) © Feb. 16, 
1937 ; 2 c. Feb. 27 ; D 47921 ; Walter 
H. Baker co., Boston. 2315 

This earth is ours ; a 1-act play, by W. 
Kozlenko. © 1 c. Mar. 26, 1937; D 
48634; William Kozlenko, Long Is- 
land City, L. I., N. Y. 2316 

Those who can't — ; a play in 3 acts, by 
S. L. Bloom. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 1937; 
D 48554; Seymour L. Bloom, New 
York. 2317 

Threads of life; a play in 3 acts, by 
H. C. Gratton. © 1 c. Mar. 1, 1937 ; 
D 48578; Howard Cowan Gratton, 
Los Angeles. 231S 

Three blind mice; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Lucy Cores. © 1 c. Mar. 18, 1937 ; 



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2340 



D 48558 ; Lucy Michaella Cores, New 
York. 2319 

Three days in dress clothes ; a comedy 
in 3 acts, by Hans Rene and Alois 
Nagler, dramatization and adapta- 
tion for the English speaking stage, 
by Macklym Hartyl [pseud, of T. E. 
H. Black] © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1937; D 
48228; Thomas E. H. Black, Detroit. 

2320 

Three grooms for the bride. See First 
nighter. 

Thrills; episodes nos. 5-7, by Forrest 
Barnes. © 1 c. each Mar. 22, 1937 ; 
D 48537-48539 ; Amer. radio features, 
Los Angeles. 2321-2323 

Thunder-bird; a play in 3 acts, by M. 
Weeks and H. Briggs. © 1 c. Jan. 
22, 1937 ; D 48173 ; Merle Weeks and 
Harlan Briggs, Los Angeles. 2324 

Tickets please ! a version in Scots by 
Felix Fair of Runaway wives, by F. 
Morton Howard. London [1937] 26 
p. 12mo. ([French's acting edition, 
no. 2057]) © Feb. 13, 1937; 1 c. 
Mar. 2; D 48032; Samuel French, 
ltd., London. 2325 

Tiger's demise. See Adventures of big 
Bill Baker. 

Time (A) to remember; a play by Ma- 
rie Baumer, from the novel by L. 
Zugsmith. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1937; D 
48605 ; Marie Elizabeth Baumer and 
Leane Zugsmith, New York. 2326 

Tinkling cymbal; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by D. E. Chantler. © 1 c. Mar. 9. 
1937; D 48248; D. Everett Chantler, 
Pittsburgh. 2327 

To dust returneth ; a play in scenes, 
by J. Brookman. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 1937 ; 
D 48244; Jerome Brookman, New 
York. 2328 

To have and to hold ; a play in 3 acts, 
by L. Brown. © 1 c. Mar. 19, 1937 ; 
D 48505; Lionel Brown, Streetly, 
Staffs, England. 2329 

Tod (Der) als pate. See Griseldis und 
andere spiele. 

Tom Jones; a play in 3 acts, by R. 
Spillman, from the novel by Henry 
Fielding. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1937; D 
47963 ; Ramsay Spillman, New York. 

2330 

Too much mama ; a 3-act comedy- 
drama, by T. J. Hand. © 1 c. Mar. 



10, 1937; D 48247 
Hand, Brooklyn. 



Thomas James 
2331 



Tooth or shave; by Josephina Niggli. 
© 1 c. Mar. 19, 1937 ; D 48454 ; Caro- 
lina playmakers, inc., Chapel Hill, 
N. C. 2332 

Top the top; a naive extravaganza in 
2 acts, by Gladys Funk [i. e. G. F. 
Foster] © 1 c. Mar. 2, 1937; D 
48100; Gladys Funk Foster, Morris- 
town, N. J. 2333 

Touch (A) of nature. See Ma and Pa. 

Trailer to a star; a play in 3 acts, by 
A. Wallace. © 1 c. Mar. 24, 1937; 
D 48640; Augusta Wallace, New 
York. 2334 

Trailer trouble; a play in 3 acts, text 
and lyrics by D. D. Ellis, music by 
Stefen Ney. © 1 c. Mar. 15, 1937; 
D 39253 ; Dorothy Dunning Ellis, San 
Francisco. 2335 

Trapped. See Adventures of big Bill 
Baker. 

Tread softly; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Peter Traill. London [1937] 70 p. 
plate. 8vo. ( [French's acting edi- 
tion, no. 16]) © Feb. 5, 1937; 1 c. 
Mar. 2 ; D 48034 ; Samuel French, ltd., 
London. 2336 

Treasures of youth; a Children's day 
pageant, book and lyrics by Marian 
Morris, incidental music by Ruth 
Dale [pseud, of Ira B. Wilson] New 
York, Dayton, O. [etc.] [1937] 20 
p. 8vo. © Feb. 23, 1937 ; 2 c. Mar. 
8 ; D 39243 ; Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, 
O. 2337 

Trelawny of the Wells ; an original 
comedietta in 4 acts, by Arthur W. 
Pinero. London, New York [etc., 
etc.] [1936] 101 p. diagrs. 8 vo. 
( [French's acting edition, no. 
1755] ) © May 20, 1936 ; 1 c. Dec. 9 ; 
D 48278; Samuel French, ltd., Lon- 
don. 2338 

Trois camarades ; comedie inedite en 3 
actes, par. P. A. Break (In Les 
(Euvres libres, no. 183) © Sept. 1, 
1936; 1 c. Dec. 7; D 48406; Pierre 
Aristide Break Paris. 2339 

Twenty-five cents; a play in 1 act, by 
W. Eric Harris. [Toronto] New 
York, N. Y. [etc.] 1936. 32 p. 12mo. 
( [Canadian playwright series] ) © 
Oct. 21, 1936; 1 c. Feb. 26, 1937; D 
47935; Samuel French (Canada) ltd., 
Toronto. 2340 



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2341 



pt. I, n. s., v. 10 



Two ears and a Mexican tale ; a play 
for puppets and people, by S. E. Nus- 
baum. © 1 c. Mar. 18, 1937; D 
48467 ; Sarah Edna Nusbaum, Phila- 
delphia. 2341 

Two ( The ) gentlemen of Verona ; a 
comic operetta in 2 acts, libretto 
freely adapted from Shakespeare's 
comedy of the same title, by John 
Laurence Seymour and Henry Ches- 
ter Tracy, music by John Laurence 
Seymour, op. 38. Sacramento, Calif. 
[1937] 1 p. 1., 151 p. diagr. 4to. © 
Jan. 26, 1937 ; 2 c. Feb. 1 ; D 39244 ; 
John Laurence Seymour, Sacramento, 
Calif. 2342 

Two of every living thing ; a comedy in 
3 acts, by Edna E. Ducro. © 1 c. 
Mar. 6, 1937 ; D 48174 ; Edna Evange- 
line Ducro, Ashtabula, O. 2343 

Two women ; a play in 3 acts, by C. H. 
Meigs. © 1 c. Mar. 10, 1937; D 
48267; Charles Hardy Meigs, Phila- 
delphia. 2344 

Two worlds; a play in 3 acts, by H. 
Callen. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1937; D 
47960 ; Harold Callen, New York. 

2345 

Uneasy head; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Frederick Eddy. © 1 c. Jan. 13, 
1937; D 48295; Frederick B. Eddy, 
New York. 2346 

Unfinished stories. See Atlas, at last ! 

Unsterbliche (Die) sehnsucht; operette 
in 5 bildern, von Oskar Felix, musik 
von Franz Grothe. Text. © 1 c. 
Feb. 23, 1937; D 47973; Allegro thea- 
terverlag, g. m. b. h., Berlin. 2347 

Versprich mir nichts ; komodie von 
Charlotte Rissmann. © 1 c. Mar. 4, 
1937 ; D 48133 ; Rampe theaterverlag, 
g. m. b. h., Berlin. 2348 

Verwechselung (Die) See Seid ihr alle 
da?— Ja! 

Verzauberte (Eine) angelegenheit. See 
Seid ihr alle da?— Ja! 

Vic and Sade ; Feb. 8^-12, 15-19, 22-26, 
Mar. 1, 1937, by Paul Rhymer. © 1 
c. each Mar. 11, 1937 ; D 48296 ; Proc- 
ter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 2349 

Visionary; a play in 3 acts, by Frank 
Gould [pseud, of F. Goldberg] © 1 
c. Feb. 3, 1937 ; D 47962 ; Frank Gold- 
berg, Brooklyn. 2350 

Viva ! a comedy in 3 acts, by L. M. Klee. 
© 1 c. Mar. 18, 1937 ; D 48463 ; Law- 
rence M. Klee, New York. 2351 



Vogel f riss oder stirb ! komodie in 4 
akten, von Casar von Arx. © 1 c. 
Mar. 8, 1937 ; D 48199 ; Drei masken 
verlag, a. g., Berlin. 2352 

Wanted — a wife ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Winifred and Edith Carter. © 1 
c. Mar. 17, 1937 ; D 48474 ; Winifred 
Carter and Edith Carter, Kingston- 
on-Thames, England. 2353 

We live on hope ; a comedy-farce in 3 
acts, by L. H. Hammer. © 1 c. Mar. 
9; 1937 ; D 48249 ; Louis Hirsch Ham- 
mer, New York. 2354 

We're in the show business; by Jam 
Handy picture service, inc. © 1 c. 
Mar. 9, 1937; D 48213; Independent 
grocers' alliance, Chicago. 2355 

We the living ; a play in 3 acts, by Ayn 
Rand [i. e. A. R. O'Connor] © 1 c. 
Mar. 25, 1987; D 48590; Ayn Rand 
O'Connor, New York. 2356 

We, the women ; program 1, a dramatic 
radio series, by L. Buelow. © 1 c. 
Mar. 25, 1937; D 48594; Leola Bue- 
low, New York. 2357 

We walk alone ; a play in 3 acts, by H. 
Henry and T. Scofield. © 1 c. Feb. 
27, 1987 ; D 47998 ; Harriet Henry and 
Thomas Scofield, Scarsdale, N. Y. 

2358 

Weisse (Der) adler ; schauspiel von Al- 
fred Muhr, nach dem polnischen 
buhnenwerk, Tamten, der G. Zapol- 
ska. © 1 c. Mar. 4, 1937 ; D 48134 ; 
Rampe theaterverlag, g. m. b. h., Ber- 
lin. 2359 

What can you lose? a comedy in 3 acts, 
by S. Silverman. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 
1937; D 48490; Stanley Silverman, 
Harrison, N. Y. 2360 

When last we met ; a drama in 3 acts, 
by Frances J. Reynolds. © 1 c. Feb. 
26, 1937; D 47997; Frances Jackson 
Reynolds, Washington. 2361 

When villains were villains ; by Robert 
L. Burton. © 1 c. Mar. 24, 1937; D 
48584; Robert Lee Burton, San Jose, 
Calif. 2362 

While Sarah pays the rent ; a 1-act 
play, by E. R. Cochran. © 1 c. Mar. 
4, 1937 ; D 48113 ; E. Reeves Cochran, 
Avalon, Pa. 2363 

While the city sleeps ; episode no. 198. 
Headline hunter, a radio program, by 
Roy A. Sorensen. © 1 c. Mar. 1, 
1937; D 48023; Bowey's, inc., Chi- 
cago. 2364 



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no. 3, 1937 



238T 



White caravan ; a drama in 3 acts, by 
S. Goldf arb. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1937 ; D 
48176 ; Samuel Goldf arb, Hartford. 

2365 

Widow for a night; a play in 3 acts, 
by L. Z. Gagne. © 1 c. Feb. 11, 1937 ; 
D 48609; Leon Z. Gagne, Paynton, 
Saskatchewan, Canada. 2366 

Wild honey ; a play in 3 acts, by Ra- 
phael Fabian. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 1937 ; 
D 18522; Raphael Fabian Bennett. 
Hollywood, Calif. 2367 

William Tell ; adapted [by Ireene 
Wicker] from Rossini's opera. 
[1937] 26 numb. 1. 4to. Text. © 
Mar. 12, 1937 ; 2 c. Mar. 20; D 48570; 
Ireene Wicker, New York. 2368 

Wimpy, grand lama of Tibet. See Pop- 
eye the sailor. 

Wind demons ; a play in 3 acts, by M. 
Dudley. © 1 c. Mar. 4, 1937; D 
48103; Marjorie Dudley, West Los 
Angeles. 2369 

Wings of the morning; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Charles Quimby Burdette. 
Evanston, 111., New York [etc., etc.] 
[1937] 124, ix p. front., plates, 
diagrs. 12mo. © Feb. 1, 1937 ; 2 c. 
Feb. 6; D 48655; Row, Peterson & 
co., Evanston, 111. 2370 

Within the range of all women ; a farce 
in 1 act, by E. R. Cochran. © 1 c. 
Mar. 4, 1937; D 48114; E. Reeves 
Cochran, Avalon, Pa. 2371 

W T izard (The) ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
adapted by J. Charash, from the 
Viennese of Melly Groetzinger. © 
1 c. Mar. 1, 1937; D 48378; Jack 
Charash, Norwalk, Conn. 2372 

Woman, behold thy son ! a musical 
pageant for Mother's day, pageant 
and melodies by E. B. Rogers, music 
harmonized and arr. by Mrs. A. H. 
Mahaffey. © 1 c. Mar. 29, 1937; D 
39254; P:ffie Baker Rogers, Electra, 
Tex. 2373 

Woman (A) of forty; a play in 3 acts, 
by Sil-Vara, adapted by E. Greens- 
felder. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 1937; D 
48284; Elmer Greensf elder, Balti- 
more. 2374 

Woman (The) they love; a comedy in 
3 acts, adapted bv P. Misch. © 1 c. 
Mar. 12, 1937 ; D 48373 ; Paul Misch, 
New York. 2375 

World, open thy door ; a play in a pro- 
logue and 2 parts, by K. Mathie. 



Rev. version. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 1937; 
D 48225 ; Karl Mathie, Wausau, Wis. 

2376 

World to let ; a play in 3 acts, by Rich- 
ard Godfrev [pseud, of L. D. God- 
frey] © 1 c. Dec. 1, 1936; D 47961; 
Leonard Drake Godfrey, London. 

2377 

World (A) to win; a trag-comedy of 
war, in 5 scenes and 1 interlude, by 
V. Albagli. © 1 c. Mar. 24, 1937; 
D 48610; Victor Albagli, New York. 

2378 

World without end ; a religious choric- 
drama in 2 acts, by A. F. Johnson. 
Text. © 1 c. Feb. 18, 1937 ; D 48648 ; 
Albert Franklin Johnson, Mt. Ver- 
non, la. 2379 

Yankees in Zenda ; a comedy in 2 acts, 
by G. Hembert Westley [pseud, of 
George Hippisley] © 1 c. Mar. 23, 
1937; D 48567; Archie M. Hippisley 
and Mary J. Orr, administrators of 
the estate of George Hippisley, Wo- 
burn, Mass. 2380 

Years (The) ahead; a play in 1 act, 
by Elliot Field. Boston, Mass., Los 
Angeles, Cal. [1937] 44 p. 12mo. 
© Feb. 23, 1937; 2 c. Feb. 27; D 
47916; Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 

2381 

Yellow ; a play in 1 act, by Lucille O. 
Hayum. Boston. Mass., Los Angeles, 
Cal. [1937] 30 p. diagr. 12mo. 
([Baker's royalty plays]) © Feb. 
15, 1937; 2 c. Feb. 27; D 47924; 
Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 2382 

Young Madame Conti ; a play in 3 acts, 
with prologue and epilogue, by B. 
Frank, H. Griffith and B. Levy. © 
1 c. Mar. 24, 1937; D 48635; Bruno 
Frank, Benn Levy and Hubert Grif- 
fith, London. 2383 

Your health; no. 32. Blindness, by 
W. J. Murphy. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 1937 ; 
D 48229; Amer. medical assn., Chi- 
cago. 2384 

no. 33. Arthritis, by W. J. Mur- 
phy. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 1937 ; D 48230 ; 
Amer. medical assn., Chicago. 2385 

no. 34. Help for the hard of hear- 
ing, by W. J. Murphy. © 1 c. Mar. 
8, 1937; D 48231; Amer. medical 
assn., Chicago. 23S6 

no. 35. Community sanitation, by 

W. J. Murphy. © 1 e. Mar. 8, 1937 ; 
D 48232 ; Amer. medical assn., Chi- 
cago. 2387 



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Your health — Continued. 

no. 36. City noises, by W. J. Mur- 
phy. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 1937 ; D 48233 ; 
Amer. medical assn., Chicago. 2388 

no. 37. Football injuries, by John 

M. Young, © 1 c. Mar. 8, 1937; D 
48234 ; Amer. medical assn., Chicago. 

2389 

no. 38. Be thankful, by John M. 

Young. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 1937; D 
48235 ; Amer. medical assn., Chicago. 

2390 

no. 39. Heredity and disease, by 

John M. Young. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 1937 ; 
D 48236; Amer. medical assn., Chi- 
cago. 2391 

no. 40. Milk, by John M. Young. 

© 1 c. Mar. 8, 1937 D 48237; Amer. 
medical assn., Chicago. 2392 

no. 41. The gift of health, by 

John M. Young. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 1937 ; 
D 48238; Amer. medical assn., Chi- 
cago. 2393 



no. 42. Health assets and liabili- 
ties, by John M. Young. © 1 c. 
Mar. 8, 1937 ; D 48239 ; Amer. medical 
assn., Chicago. 2394 

Zaporogetz za Dunayem. See Cossacks 
beyond the Danube. 

Zoar ; by G. Stephenson. (The [Dram- 
atic] rise of the Northwest territory 
series, 2d pt., no. 4) © 1 c. Mar. 
5, 1937; D 48147; Geneva Stephen- 
son, Columbus, O. 2395 

3:1a szerelem javara ; szivek merko- 
zese 2 felidoben, irtak Szilagyi Laszlo 
[i. e. Laszlo Szilagyi] es Keller Dezso 
[i. e. Dezso Keller] zenejet Harmath 
Imre [i. e. Imre Harmath] verseire, 
szerzette; Abraham Pal [i. e. Pal 
Abraham] rendezte: Szabolcs Erno 
[i. e. Erno Szabolcs] © 1 c. Mar. 16, 
1937; D 39249; Alexander Marton 
and Nova, g. m. b. h., Budapest, 
Hungary. 2396 



Number of entries of dramas iD eluded in part 1, group 3, of the catalog 
since Jan. 1, 1937 : 

Dramatic compositions (including 1,642 unpublished) 1,845 

Dramatic compositions in foreign languages (including 77 unpub- 
lished) 183 

Dramatico-musical compositions (including 22 unpublished) 34 

Dramatico-musical compositions in foreign languages (including 1 
unpublished) 18 

Total 2,080 



102 



TITLES OF DRAMAS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS 
BEEN RENEWED UNDER SECTIONS 23 AND 24 OF THE ACT OF 
MARCH 4, 1909 [2396 



Blue (The) bird ; a fairy play in 5 acts, 
by Maurice Maeterlinck, tr. by Alex- 
ander Teixeira de Mattos. © Geof- 
frey William Russell, London, as the 
executor of the author of the transla- 
tion. R 55147, Feb. 6, 1937. 1 

Commuters; a comedy in 4 acts, by J. 
Forbes. © James Forbes, New York, 
as the author. R 55464, Feb. 20, 
1937. 2 

Complete works of William Shake- 
speare, v. 37. Coriolanus, with anno- 
tations and a general introduction by 
Sidney Lee. © William Dana Orcutt, 
Boston, as the proprietor of compos- 
ite work by assignment from the orig- 
inal proprietor. R 54268, Dec. 23. 
1936. 3 

Coriolanus. See Complete works of 
William Shakespeare. 

Courtship (The) of Miles Standish ; a 
play in 1 act, adapted from Longfel- 
low's poem, by Eugene W. Presbrey. 
© Victor E. Presbrey, Hollywood, 
Calif., as the next of kin of the au- 
thor, who is not living. R 55576, 
Mar. 18, 1937. 4 

Cup (The) of sleep ; a dramatic play in 
4 acts, by Edward H. Peple. © G. A. 
Peple, Richmond, as the executor. R 
55441, Feb. 16, 1937. 5 

Deux ( Les ) visages ; comedie en 1 acte, 
par Fernand Noziere [pseud, of Fer- 
nand Weyl] © Suzanne Marie Hure 
Weyl and Marcel Weyl Perles, Paris, 
as the widow and child of the author. 
R 55124, Feb. 20, 1937. 6 

Doctors (The) ; a satire in 4 seizures, 
by Elbert Hubbard. © Elbert Hub- 
bard, 2d., Sanford Hubbard, Miriam 
Hubbard Roelofs, East Aurora, 
N. Y., Ralph Hubbard, and Katherine 
Hubbard. Elbert, Col., as the children 
of the deceased author. R 49758, 
Jan. 22, 1937. 7 

Englishman's (An) home; a play in 
3 acts, by Guy Du Maurier. © C. C. 
Hoyer-Millar and Edward Horsman 



Coles, London, as the executors. R 
54036, Dec. 17, 1936. 8 

For old Eli : a comedy of Yale life in 
4 acts, by L. O. Thompson. © Loyd 
Oscar Thompson, San Diego, Calif., 
as the author. R 55443, Mar. 10, 
1937. 9 

Ghost (The) breaker; a comedy drama 
in 4 acts, by C. W. Goddard and 
Paul Dickey. © Charles W. God- 
dard, Rockville Center, L. I., N. Y., 
as one of the authors. II 55177, Feb. 
5, 1937. 10 

Griselda : by G. Hauptmann. © Ger- 
hart Hauptmann, Agnetendorf, Ries- 
engel, Germany, as the author. R 
54871, Jan. 23, 1937. 11 

Heirs at law ; a comedy in 1 act, by 
Anthony E. Wills. © Louis Charles 
Wills, Brooklyn, as the next of kin 
of the author, who is not living. R 
55453, Feb. 18, 1937. 12 

Inside the earth ; a fantastic play in 5 
scenes, libretto by R. H. Burnside, 
music by Manuel Klein. Libretto. 
© R. H. Burnside, New York, as 
the author of the libretto. R 55163, 
Feb. 1, 1937. 13 

Mother (The) and the father; drama- 
tic passages, by William Dean How- 
ells. © John Mead Howells, New 
York, and Mildred Howells, Boston, 
as the children of the deceased au- 
thor. R 54034, Dec. 17, 1937. 14 

Rampe (La) ; piece en 3 actes, par 
H. de Rothschild. © Henri de Roths- 
child, Paris, as the author. R 55123, 
Feb. 20, 1937. 15 

Real (The) thing, and three other 
farces ; by John Kendrick Bangs. 
© Mary Gray Bangs, Haverford, Pa., 
as the widow of the author. R 
54021, Dec. 17, 1936. 16 

Servant (A) of the public; a dramati- 
zation in 4 acts and an epilogue, of 
Anthony Hope's novel of the same 
name, by D. Kimball. © David Kim- 
ball, Cambridge, Mass., as the au- 
thor. R 55541, Mar. 25, 1937. 17 



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pt. I, n. s., v. 10 



Three plays of Shakespeare; by Al- 
gernon Charles Swinburne. ©' Clara 
Jane Watts-Dunton, London, as the 
executor. R 54027, Dec. 17, 1936. 

18 

Trip (A) to Japan; a spectacular musi- 
cal melodrama in 6 scenes, libretto 
by R. H. Burnside, music by Manuel 
Klein. Words only. © R. H. Burn- 
side, New York, as the author. R 
55162, Feb. 1, 1937. 19 

Trojans (The) in Carthage; lyric 
poem in 5 pts. and a prologue, music 



by Hector Berlioz, adapted for use 
on the concert stage, by Frank Van 
der Stucken, English version, with 
an essay on the opera, by Henry Ed- 
ward Krehbiel. Libretto. © Marie 
Krehbiel, New York, as the widow 
of the author of the English version. 
R 54887, Jan. 18, 1937. 20 

Woodland (The) princess; play for 
young people, by L. S. Perkins. © 
Louise Sanders Perkins, Plainfield, 
N. J., as the author. R 54936, Feb. 
8, 1937. 21 



104 



CLASSES L AND M 

MOTION PICTURES 



Arizona days; story by Lindsley Par- 
sons, screen play by Sherman L. 
Lowe, directed by Jack English. 6 
reels. © Feb. 2, 1937; 2 c. and 
description Mar. 8; L 6965; Grand 
national films, inc., New York. 2397 

Bars and stripes; screen play by Jean 
Plannette and Mauri Grashin, di- 
rected by Joseph Sherman. (A tab- 
loid musical) Reel. ©> Mar. 3, 
1937 ; 2 c. and description Mar. 11 ; 
L 6971 ; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., 
New York. 2398 

Big (The) courtship; story by Tim 
Ryan and Lloyd Rosenmond, directed 
by William Watson. 2 reels. © Feb. 
19, 1937; 2 c. and description Mar. 
3 ; L 6954 ; Educational films corp. 
of America, New York. 2399 

Birthday (The) party; story by Walter 
Lantz and Victor McLeod, artists, 
Manuel Moreno, Louis Zukor and 
George Dane. Reel. © Mar. 19, 
1937 ; 2 c. Mar. 22 ; description Mar. 
20; M 7281; Universal pictures co., 
inc., New York. 2400 

Borderland ; based on the story Bring 
me his ears by Clarence E. Mul- 
ford, screen play and dialogue by 
Harrison Jacobs, directed by Nate 
W T att. 9 reels. © Feb. 26, 1937; 
2 c. and description Mar. 8 ; L 6966 ; 
Paramount pictures, inc., New York. 

2401 

Bring me his ears. See Borderland. 

Britain's crown jewels. Reel. © Feb. 
25, 1937; 2 c. and description Feb. 
20: M 7221; Pathe news, inc., New 
York. 2402 

Bunny-mooning; animation by Myron 
Waldman and Edward Nolan, direc- 
tion by Dave Fleischer. Reel. © 
Feb. 12, 1937; 2 c. Mar. 1; descrip- 
tion Mar. 2 ; M 7212 ; Paramount pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 2403 

China passage; story by Taylor Caven, 
screen play by Edmund L. Hartmann 
and J. Robert Bren, directed by Ed- 
ward Killy. 7 reels. © Mar. 19, 
1937; 2 c. and description Mar. 22; 



L 6996; RKO-radio pictures, inc., 
New York. 2404 

Colorful Bombay; compiled by James 
A. FitzPatrick. (FitzPatrick M. G. 
M. traveltalk) Reel. © Mar. 3, 
1937; 2 c. and description Mar. 11; 
M 7262 ; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., 
New York. 2405 

Crack-up ; original story by John Good- 
rich, screen play by Charles Kenyon 
and Sam Mintz, directed by Malcolm 
St. Clair. 7 reels. © Dec. 19, 1936; 
2 c. and description Mar. 23 ; L 7002 ; 
Twentieth century-Fox film corp., 
New York. 2406 

Crime (The) nobody saw; based on a 
play by Ellery Queen and Lowell 
Brentano, screen play by Bertram 
Millhauser, directed by Charles Bar- 
ton. 6 reels. © Mar. 19, 1937 ; 2 c. 
and description Mar. 29; L 7013; 
Paramount pictures, inc., New York. 

2407 

Dental follies ; story by. Mort Lewis, 
directed by William Watson. Reel. 
© Feb. 26, 1937; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Mar. 1; L 6948; Skibo produc- 
tions, inc., New York. 2408 

Dimples ; screen play by Arthur Sheek- 
man and Nat Perrin, directed by 
William A. Seiter. 8 reels. © Oct. 
16, 1936; 2 c. and description Mar. 
3, 1937 ; L 6956 ; Twentieth century- 
Fox film corp., New York. 2409 

Dizzy doctors; story by Charlie Mel- 
son, screen play by Al Ray, directed 
by Del Lord. 2 reels. © Mar. 10, 
1937 ; 2 c. Mar. 10 ; description Mar. 
15 ; L 6978 ; Columbia pictures corp. 
of Calif., ltd., Los Angeles. 2410 

Duck hunt ; story by Walter Lantz and 
Victor McLeod. (Oswald Rabbit) 
Reel. © Feb. 26, 1937 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription Feb. 27 ; M 7206 ; Universal 
pictures co., inc., New York. 2411 

E. M. Newman's Along the Mediter- 
ranean; no. 2026, narrated by How- 
ard Claney, edited by Bert Frank. 
Reel. © Mar. 1, 1937; 2 c. and de- 
scription Mar. 1 ; M 7207 ; Vitaphone 
corp., New York. 2412 



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2413 



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E. M. Newman's The Hollanders ; no. 
2027, narrated by Basil Ruysdael, 
edited by Bert Frank. Reel. © 
Mar. 18, 1937 : 2 c. and description 
Mar. 18; M 7275; Vitaphone corp.. 
New York. 2413 

Earth (The) in motion; bv Walter 
Bartky. Reel. © Nov. 15, 1936 ; 1 e. 
Jan. 5, 1937 ; 1 c. Mar. 2 ; description 
Dec. 17, 1986; M 7249; Erpi picture 
consultants, inc., New York. 2414 

Electrodynamics; by Walter Bartky. 
Reel. © Nov. 15. 1936; 1 c. Jan. 5, 
1937 ; 1 c. Mar. 2 ; description Dec. 
17, 1936; M 7248; Erpi picture con- 
sultants, inc., New York. 2415 

Espionage ; from the play by Walter 
Hackett, screen play by Manuel Sen", 
Leonard Lee and Ainsworth Morgan, 
directed by Kurt Neumann. 8 reels. 
© Feb. 24, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
Mar. 4; L 6959 ; Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer corp., New York. 2416 

Everybody dance ; based on a story by 
Leslie Arliss and Stafford Dickens, 
screen play by Leslie .Arliss and 
Ralph Spence, directed by Charles 
Reisner. 7 reels, © Oct. 4, 1986; 

1 c. and description Mar. 30, 1937 ; 
L 7015; Gaumont British picture 
corp. of America, New York. 2417 

Family (A) affair; from a play by 
Aurania Rouverol, screen play by 
Kay Van Riper, directed by George 
B. Seitz. 8 reels. © Mar. 8, 1987; 

2 c. and description Mar. 22 ; L 6993 : 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New 
York. 2418 

Farmer Al Falfa in Flying South ; by 
Paul Terry, Mannie Davis and 
George Gordon. Reel. © Mar. 19, 
1937 ; 2 c. and description Mar. 23 ; 
M 7284; Terrytoons, inc., New Ro- 
chelle, N. Y. 2419 

Farmer Al Falfa in The big game 
hunt ; by Paul Terry, Mannie Davis 
and George Gordon. Reel. © Feb. 
19, 1937; 2 c. and description Mar. 3; 
M 7218 ; Terrvtoons, inc., New Ro- 
chelle, N. Y. 2420 

Fire over England ; based on the novel 
by A. E. W. Mason, screen play by 
Clemence Dane and Sergei Nolban- 
dov, directed bv William K. Howard. 
10 reels. © Mar. 10, 1937 ; 2 c. and 
description Mar. 10 ; L 6968 ; London 
film productions, ltd., Denham. Ux- 
bridge. Middlesex, England. 2421 



Fleet hoofs ; narrative by Jack Kofoed, 
described by Dan Seymour. (News 
world of sports) Reel. © Feb. 2fy, 
1937 ; 2 c. Feb. 27 ; description Mar. 
2; M 7210; Columbia pictures cor]) 
of Calif., ltd., Los Angeles. 2422 

Follow your nose for news. Reel. © 
Mar. 17. 1937; 2 c. and description 
Mar. 23; M 7288; AudiVision, inc., 
New York. 2423 

Foreign sports. (Bill Corum no. 9) 
Reel. © Mar. 22, 1937; 2 c. and 
description Mar. 22; M 7283; Van 
Beuren corp., New York. 2424 

Fox movietone news. 1 reel each. © 
Movietonews, inc., New York. 

2425-2439 
No. 31-40. © Dec. 29, 31, 1936; 
Jan. 5, 7, 12, 14, 19, 21, 26, 28, 
1937 ; 2 c. and description each 
Mar. 2; M 7222-7231. 
No. 41-45. © Feb. 2, 4, 9, 11. 16, 
1937 ; 2 c. and description each 
Mar. 16; M 7268-7272. 

Going places with Lowell Thomas ; nar- 
rated by Lowell Thomas,, produced 
by Charles E. Ford. 1 reel each. © 
Universal pictures co., inc., New 
York. 2440, 2441 

No. 33. © Mar. 3, 1937; 2 c. and 

description Mar. 4 ; M 7232. 
No. 34. © Mar. 11, 1937 ; 2 c. and 
description Mar. 12; M 7267. 

Glimpses of Java and Ceylon ; compiled 
by James A. FitzFatrick. (Fitz- 
Patrick-M. G. M. traveltalk) Reel. 
© Mar. 3, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
Mar. 11; M 7264; Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer corp., New York. 2442 

Glove taps ; directed by Gordon Doug- 
las. Reel. © Mar. 9, 1937 ; 2 c. and 
description Mar. 16 ; L 6983 ; Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New York. 

2443 

God's country and the woman; based 
upon the novel by James Oliver Cur- 
wood, screen play by Norman Reilly 
Raine, directed by William Keighley. 
10 reels. © Dec. 21,. 1936 ; 2 c. and 
description Mar. 12, 1937; L 6973; 
Warner bros. pictures, inc. and the 
Vitaphone corp., New York. 2444 

He was her man; no. 7636, animation 
by Paul Smith and Cal Dalton, pro- 
duced by Leon Schlesinger. (Merrie 
melodies) Reel. © Mar. 2. 1937; 
2 c. and description Mar. 2; M 7214; 
Vitaphone corp., New York. 2445 



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2465 



Headin' for the Rio Grande; story by 
Lindsley Parsons, screen play by 
Robert Emmett, directed by Robert 
N. Bradbury. 6 reels. © Dec. 8, 
1936; 2 c. and description Mar. 1, 
1937; description Mar. 2; L 6951; 
Grand national films, inc., New York. 

2446 

Her husband's secretary ; story by 
Crane Wilbur, screen play by Lillie 
. Hay ward, directed by Frank McDon- 
ald. 6 reels. © Jan. 21, 1937; 2 c. 
and description Mar. 4 ; L 6958 ; War- 
ner bros. pictures, inc. and the Vita- 
phone corp., New York. 2447 

History is made at night; screen play 
by Gene Towne and Graham Baker, 
directed by Frank Borzage. 11 reels. 
© Mar. 26, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
Mar. 26; L 7008 ; United artists Corp., 
New York. 2448 

Horse play ; story by Jean W. Yar- 
brongh and Charles Roberts, directed 
by Jean W. Yarbrough. 2 reels. © 
Mar. 19, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
Mar. 29 ; L 7011 ; RKO-radio pictures, 
inc., New York. 2449 

Horse's (A) tale; no. 2068-69, origi- 
nated by Ken Kling. 2 reels. © 
Mar. 18, 1937; 2 c. and description 
Mar. 18; L 6987; Vitaphone corp., 
New York. 2450 

IBM (The) research laboratory; by 
Edmund Francis Hackett. © title, 
description and 3 prints reed. Mar. 
20, 1937 ; M 7279 ; International busi- 
ness machines corp., New York. 

2451 

I want to be a mother ; by Isidor Lash. 
© title, description and 17 prints 
reed. Mar. 11, 1937; L 7016; Jewish 
talking picture co., inc., New York. 

2452 

India on parade ; compiled by James A. 
FitzPatrick. (FitzPatrick-M. G. M. 
traveltalk) Reel. © Feb. 16, 1987; 
2 c. and description Mar. 11 ; M 7266 ; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New 
York. 2453 

International (The) electric writing 
machine ; by Edmund Francis Hack- 
ett. © title, description and 2 prints 
reed. Mar. 20, 1937; M 7277; Inter- 
national business machines corp., 
New York. 2454 

It's on the record; directed by Milton 
Schwarzwald. Reel. © Mar. 3, 
1937; 2 c. and description Mar. 4; 
L 6964 ; Universal pictures co., inc., 
New York. 2455 



John Meade's woman ; story by John 
Bright and Robert Tasker, screen 
play by Vincent Lawrence and Her- 
man Mankiewicz, directed by Rich- 
ard Wallace. 8 reels. © Feb. 26, 
1937; 2 c. Mar. 2; description Mar. 
3 ; L 6953 ; Paramount pictures, inc. 
New York. 2456 

Kiko the kangaroo in Red hot music ; 
by Paul Terry, Mannie Davis and 
George Gordon. Reel. © Mar. 3, 
1937 ; 2 c. and description Mar. 3 ; M 
7219 ; Terrvtoons, inc., New Rochelle, 
N. Y. 2457 

King (The) and the chorus girl; orig- 
inal screen play by Norman Krasna 
and Groucho Marx. 10 reels. © 
Feb. 12, 1937; 2 c. and description 
Mar. 15 ; L 6975 ; Warner bros. pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 2458 

Let's get married ; story by A. H. Z. 
Carr, screen play by Ethel Hill, di- 
rected by Alfred E. Green. 7 reels. 
© Mar. 10, 1937; 2 c. Mar. 10; de- 
scription Mar. 11 ; L 6969 ; Columbia 
pictures corp. of Calif., ltd., Los An- 
geles. 2459 

Let's look ahead. Reel. © Feb. 24, 
1937; 2 c. and description Mar. 6; 
M 7254; AudiVision, inc., New York. 

2460 

Little (The) maestro; screen play by 
Jean Plannette, directed by Joseph 
Sherman. (A tabloid musical) Reel. 
© Mar. 3, 1937; 2 c. and description 
Mar. 11; L 6972; Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer corp., New York. 2461 

Lost horizon ; from a novel by James 
Hilton, screen play by Robert Riskin, 
directed by Frank Capra. 14 reels. 
© Mar. 2, 1937 ; 2 c. Mar. 2 ; descrip- 
tion Mar. 3 ; L 6952 ; Columbia pic- 
tures corp. of Calif., ltd., Los Angeles. 

2462 

Lou sells paint. Reel. © Feb. 24, 1937 ; 
2 c. and description Mar. 6 ; M 7257 ;. 
AudiVision, inc., New York. 2463 

Lou talks paint. Reel. © Feb. 24, 
1937 ; 2 c. and description Mar. 6 ; M 
7256; AudiVision, inc., New York. 

2464 

Love nest on wheels ; from the story by 
William Hazlett Upson, adapted by 
Paul Gerard Smith, directed by 
Charles Lamont. 2 reels. © Mar. 24, 
1937 ; 2 c. and description Mar. 23 ; L 
7000; Educational films corp. of 
America, New York. 2465 



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Lumber (The) camp ; story by Walter 
Lantz and Victor McLeod, artists 
Manuel Moreno, Lester Kline and 
Fred Kopietz. (Meany, Miny Moe) 
Reel. © Mar. 3, 1937; 2 c. Mar. 8; 
description Mar. 4 ; M 7253 ; Univer- 
sal pictures co., inc., New York. 

2466 

Man of affairs ; adapted from the play 
The Nelson touch by Neil Grant, 
screen play by L. Du Garde Peach 
and Edwin Greenwood, adaptation by 
Maude T. Howell, directed by Her- 
bert Mason. 8 reels. © Nov. 15, 
1936; 1 c. and description Mar. 22, 
1937; L 6990; Gaumont British pic- 
ture corp. of America, New York. 

2467 

Man (The) of many faces. See Secret 
agent X-9. 

Man to man ; story by Marcy Klauber 
and Arthur Jarrett, directed by Ray- 
mond Kane. 2 reels. © Feb. 26, 
1937 ; 2 c. and description Mar. 1 ; L 
6947; Educational films corp. of 
America, New York. 2468 

Manhattan waterfront ; text by Harold 
McCracken, narration by Alois Hav- 
rilla. (World on parade no. 7) 
Reel. © Feb. 19, 1937; 2 c. and de- 
scription Mar. 1 ; M 7209 ; Van Beuren 
corp., New York. 2469 

Maytime; based on the play by Rida 
Johnson Young, screen play by Noel 
Langley, directed by Robert Z. Leon- 
ard. 14 reels. © Mar. 18, 1937 ; 2 c. 
and description Mar. 26; L 7009; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New 
York. 2470 

Mechanisms (The) of breathing; by 
James A. Brill. Reel. © Dec. 8, 
1936; 1 c. Jan. 5, 1937; 1 c. Mar. 2; 
description Dec. 17, 1936; M 7252; 
Erpi picture consultants, inc., New 
York. 2471 

Men in exile ; from stories by Houston 
Branch and Marie Baumer, screen 
play by Roy Chanslor, directed by 
John Farrow. 6 reels. © Feb. 19, 
1937 ; 2 c. and description Mar. 29 ; L 
7010 ; Warner bros. pictures, inc., New 
York. 2472 

Men, methods and machines ; by Ed- 
mund Francis Hackett. © title, de- 
scription and 3 prints reed. Mar. 20, 
1937 ; M 7278 ; International business 
machines corp., New York. 2473 

Merry mannequins; produced by 
Charles Mintz, directed by Ub 
Iwerks. Reel. © Mar. 9, 1937 ; 2 c. 



Mar. 8 ; description Mar. 11 ; M 7258 ; 
Screen gems, inc., Los Angeles. 2474 

Moon (The) ; by Walter Bartky. Reel. 
© Nov. 15, 1936 ; 1 c. Jan. 5, 1937 ; 1 
c. Mar. 2; description Dec. 17, 1936; 
M 7251 ; Erpi picture consultants, 
inc., New York. 2475 

Mount Vernon; text by Harold Mc- 
Cracken, narration by Alois Havrilla. 
(World on parade no. 8) Reel. © 
Mar. 19, 1937; 2 c. and description 
Mar. 22 ; M 7282 ; Van Beuren corp., 
New York. 2476 

Murder goes to college ; based on a 
novel by Kurt Steel, screen play by 
Brian Marlow, Robert Wyler and Ed- 
die Welch, directed by Charles Ries- 
ner. 8 reels. © Mar. 5, 1937; 2 c. 
and description Mar. 29; L 7012; 
Paramount pictures, inc., New York. 

2477 

Navy spy ; screen play by Crane Wilbur, 
directed by Crane Wilbur and Joseph 
H. Lewis. 6 reels. © Mar. 12, 1937 ; 
2 c. Mar. 12 ; description Mar. 16 ; L 
6981 ; Grand national films, inc., New 
York. 2478 

Nelson (The) touch. See Man of af- 
fairs. 

New news ; screen play by Al Giebler, 
Elwood Ullman and Searle Kramer, 
directed by Charles Lamont. 2 reels. 
© Mar. 22, 1937; 2 c. Mar. 23; de- 
scription Mar. 29 ; L 7014 ; Columbia 
pictures corp. of Calif., ltd., Los An- 
geles. 2479 

Off the horses ; story by Tim Ryan and 
Llovd Rosenmond, produced by Al 
Christie. 2 reels. © Mar. 3, 1937; 
2 c. and description Mar. 15 ; L 6977 ; 
Educational films corp. of America, 
New York. 2480 

On the nose ; narrated by Ted Husing, 
produced by Jack Eaton. (The 
Grantland Rice Sportlight) Reel. 
© Feb. 26, 1937; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Mar. 5 ; M 7235 ; Paramount pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 2481 

Paramount news ; no. 39-50. 1 reel 
each. © Dec. 17, 21, 24, 28, 31, 1936 ; 
Jan. 4, 7, 11, 14, 18, 21, 25, 1937 ; 2 c. 
and description each Mar. 4 ; M 7236- 
7247 ; Paramount pictures, inc., New 
York. 2482-2493 

Paramount pictorial 6. 1 reel each. 
© Paramount pictures, inc., New 
York. 2494, 2495 

No. 7, narrated by Gregory Abbott. 
© Feb. 12, 1937; 2 c. Mar. 5; de- 
scription Mar. 2 ; M 7233. 



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2512 



No. 8, narrated by Alois Havrilla. © 
Mar. 12, 1937; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Mar. 29 ; M 7292. 

Parole racket; screen play by Harold 
Shumate and Owen Francis, directed 
by C. C. Coleman, jr. 6 reels. © 
Mar. 3, 1937; 2 c. and description 
Mar. 3 ; L 6963 ; Columbia pictures 
corp. of Calif., ltd., Los Angeles. 

2496 

Personal property ; from a play by 
H. M. Harwood, screen play by Hugh 
Mills and Ernest Vajda, directed by 
W. S. Van Dyke, 2d. 8 reels. © 
Mar. 15, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
Mar. 22; L 6994; Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer corp., New York. 2497 

Pigskin parade; based on a story by 
Arthur Sheekman, Nat Perrin and 
Mark Kelly, screen play by Harry 
Tugend, Jack Yellen and William 
Conselman, directed by David Butler. 
11 reels. © Oct. 23, 1936; 2 c. and 
description Mar. 18, 1937; L 6986; 
Twentieth century-Fox film corp., 
New York. 2498 

Pixilated ; story by Parke Levy, di- 
rected by William Watson. 2 reels. 
© Mar. 19, 1937; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion Mar. 23; L 7001; Educational 
films corp. of America, New York. 

2499 

Popular science ; J6-4, written and 
narrated by Gayne Whitman. Reel. 
© Feb. 26, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
Mar. 5 ; M 7234 ; Paramount pictures, 
inc., New York. 2500 

Puddy the pup in The book shop; by 
Paul Terry, Mannie Davis and 
George Gordon. Reel. © Feb. 5, 
1937 ; 2 c. and description Mar. 3 ; M 
7217 ; Terry toons, inc., New Rochelle, 
N. Y. 2501 

Puttin' out the kitten ; story by Art 
Davis, animation by Sid Marcus. (A 
Charles Mintz production) Reel. 
© Mar. 10, 1937; 2 c. Mar. 10; de- 
scription Mar. 19; M 7276; Screen 
gems, inc., Los Angeles. 2502 

Racketeers in exile ; story by Harry 
Sauber, screen play by Harry Sauber 
and Robert Shannon, directed by 
Erie C. Kenton. 7 reels. © Mar. 24, 
1937; 2 c. Mar. 24; description Mar. 
26 ; L 7006 ; Columbia pictures corp. 
of Calif., ltd., Los Angeles. 2503 

Ramona ; based on the novel by Helen 
Hunt Jackson, screen play by Lamar 
Trotti, directed by Henry King. 9 



reels. © Sept. 25, 1936 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription Mar. 3, 1937 ; L 6957 ; Twen- 
tieth century-Fox film corp., New 
York. 2504 

Ready to serve; story by Marcy Klau- 
ber and Arthur Jarrett, produced by 
Al Christie. 2 reels. © Mar. 12, 
1937 ; 2 c. and description Mar. 15 ; 
L 6976 ; Educational films corp. of 
America, New York. 2505 

Ready, willing and able; from the 
story by Richard Macaulay, screen 
play by Jerry Wald, Sig Herzig and 
Warren Duff, directed by Ray En- 
right. 10 reels. © Feb. 5, 1937 ; 2 c. 
and description Mar. 9 ; L 6967 ; 
Warner bros. pictures, inc., New 
York. 2506 

Reunion ; based on a story by Bruce 
Gould, screen play by Sam Hellman, 
Gladys Leyman and Sonya Levien, 
directed by Norman Taurog. 8 reels. 
© Nov. 20, 1936 ; 2 c. and description 
Mar. 22, 1937; L 6992; Twentieth 
century-Fox film corp., New York. 

2507 

Rock wool insulation. 2 reels. © Sept. 
21, 1936; 1 c. Nov. 12 ; 1 c. Mar. 1, 
1937; description Oct. 8, 1936; M 
7220; Otis J. Hawks, Portsmouth, 
Va. 2508 

Rhythm on the rampage ; story by Har- 
old Tarshis, directed by Jean W. 
Yarbrough. 2 reels. © Mar. 22, 
1937; 2 c. and description Mar. 22; 
L 6998; RKO-radio pictures, inc., 
New York. 2509 

River of unrest ; adapted from the play 
by Dudley Sturrock and Noel Scott, 
screen play by Dudley Leslie, Mar- 
jorie Deans and Dennis Johnston, di- 
rected by Brian Desmond Hurst and 
Walter Summers. 7 reels. © Apr. 
27, 1936 ; 1 c. and description Mar. 
23, 1937; L 6999; Gaumont British 
picture corp. of America, New York. 

2510 

Romance and riches ; from the story by 
E. Phillips Oppenheim, adapted for 
the screen by John L. Balderston, 
produced and directed by Alfred Zeis- 
ler. 6 reels. © Mar. 3, 1937; 2 c. 
and description Mar. 16; L 6982; 
Grand national films, inc., New York. 

2511 

Saratoga summers. (Bill Corum no. 
8) Reel. © Mar. 12, 1937; 2 c. and 
description Mar. 26; M 7287; Van 
Beuren corp., New York. 2512 



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Sea devils ; screen play by Frank Wead, 
John Twist and P. J. Wolfson, di- 
rected by Ben Stoloff. 10 reels. © 
Feb. 19, 1937; 2 c. and description 
Mar. 22 ; L 6995 ; RKO-radio pictures, 
inc., New York. 2513 

Secret (The) agent. See Woman (The) 
alone. 

Secret agent X-9; chap. 3, The man 
of many faces, based on the news- 
paper feature entitled Secret agent 
X-9, original story and screen play 
by Wyndham Gittens, Norman S. 
Hall, Ray Trampe and Leslie Swa- 
bacher, directed by Ford Beebe and 
Cliff Smith. 2 reels. © Mar. 2, 1937 ; 
2 c. Mar. 4 ; description Mar. 3 ; L 
6961; Universal pictures co., inc., 
New York. 2514 

Secret valley ; based on a story by Har- 
old Bell Wright, screen play and 
adaptation by Earle Snell, Dan Jar- 
rett and Paul Franklin, directed by 
Howard Bretherton. 6 reels. © 
Jan. 15, 1937; 2 c. and description 
Mar. 3; L 6955; Principal produc- 
tions, inc., New York. 2515 

Selling more ice. Reel. © Feb. 24, 
1937 ; 2 c. and description Mar. 6 ; 
M 7255 ; AudiVision, inc., New York. 

2616 

Singing in the air; story by Eddie 
Moran, screen play by Jean W. Yar- 
brough and Charles Roberts, directed 
by Jean W. Yarbrough. 2 reels. © 
Feb. 19, 1937; 2 c. and description 
Mar. 22 ; L 6997 ; RKO-radio pictures, 
inc., New York. 2517 

Ski skill. (A Pete Smith specialty) 
Reel. © Feb. 16, 1937 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription Mar. 11 ; M 7265 ; Metro- 
Gold wyn-Mayer corp., New York. 

2518 

Slaves in bondage ; original screen play 
by Robert A. Dillon, directed by El- 
mer Clifton. 7 reels. © Mar. 12, 
1937 ; 2 c. Mar. 12 ; description Mar. 
15; L 6979; Jay-Dee-Kay produc- 
tions, Los Angeles. 2519 

Solar (The) family; by Walter Bartky. 
Reel. © Nov. 15, 1936; 1 c. Jan. 5, 
1937; 1 c. Mar. 2; description Dec. 
17, 1936; M 7250; Erpi picture con- 
sultants, inc., New York. 2520 

Song of the gringo ; story by John P. 
McCarthy and Robert Emmett, 
screen play by John P. McCarthy, 



Robert Emmett and Al Jennings, di- 
rected by John P. McCarthy. 6 reels. 
© Nov. 10, 1936 ; .2 c. Mar. 4, 1937 ; 
description Mar. 3; L 6960; Grand 
national films, inc., New York. 2521 

Stoaway; story by Samuel G. Engel, 
screen play by William Conselman, 
Arthur Sheekman and Nat Perrin, di- 
rected by William A. Seiter. 10 
reels. © Dec. 25, 1936; 2 c. and 
description Mar. 17, 1937; L 6984; 
Twentieth century-Fox film corp., 
New York. 2522 

Stranger than fiction ; no. 34, narrated 
by Alois Havrilla, produced by 
Charles E. Ford. Reel. © Mar. 10, 
1937; 2 c. and description Mar. 11; 
M 7259; Universal pictures co., inc , 
New York. 2523 

Stuck in the sticks ; screen play by 
Ewart Adamson, directed by Preston 
Black. 2 reels. © Mar. 18, 1937; 
2 c. Mar. 17; description Mar. 19; L 
6988; Columbia pictures corp. of 
Calif., ltd., Los Angeles. 2524 

Suitability sells suits. Reel. © Mar. 

12 r 1937; 2 c. and description Mar. 

23; M 7290; AudiVision, inc., New 

York. 2525 

Swim with the stream. Reel. © Mar. 
1, 1937 ; 2 c. and description Mar. 23 ; 
M 7291 ; AudiVision, inc., New York. 

2526 

Swing wedding. (A Hugh Rudolf Har- 
man-Ising cartoon in technicolor) 
Reel. © Mar. 3, 1937 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription Mar. 11; M 7263; Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New York. 

2527 

Trapped ; story by Claude Rister, 
screen play by John B. Rathmell, di- 
rected by Leon Barsha. 6 reels. © 
Mar. 1, 1937; 2 c. Mar. 1; descrip- 
tion Mar. 2; L 6949; Columbia pic- 
tures corp. of Calif., ltd., Los 
Angeles. 2528 

Trouble in Morocco ; story by J. D. 
Newsom, screen play and adaptation 
by Paul Franklin, directed by Ernest 
B. Schoedsack. 7 reels. © Mar. 16, 
1937; 2 c. Mar. 16; description Mar. 
26 ; L 7007 ; Columbia pictures com. 
of Calif., ltd., Los Angeles. 2529 

Trouble in Texas ; screen play by Rob- 
ert Emmett, directed by R. N. Brad- 
bury. 6 reels. © Mar. 10, 1937 ; 2 c. 
Mar. 11; description Mar. 10; L 



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2553 



GOTO 1 ; Grand national films, inc., New 
York. 2530 

Twilight on the trail ; animated by Ro- 
land Crandall, directed by Dave 
Fleischer. Reel. © Mar. 26, 1937; 
2 c. and description Mar. 30 ; M 7293 ; 
Paramount pictures, inc., New York. 

2531 

U. S. spring promotion. Reel. © Mar. 
17, 1937 ; 2 c. and description Mar. 
23; M 7289; AudiVision, inc., New 
York. 2532 

Universal newsreel. 1 reel each. © 
Universal pictures co., inc., New 
York. 2533-2540 

No. 531, 532. © Jan. 26, 29, 1937 ; 
2 c. and description each Mar. 
3; M 7215, 7216. 

No. 533,. 534. © Feb. 2, 5, 1987; 
2 c. and description each Mar. 
10; M 7260, 7261. 

No. 535, 536. © Feb. 9, 12, 1937; 
2 c. and description each Mar. 
17 ; M 7273, 7274. 

No. 537, 538. © Feb. 16, 19, 1937 ; 
2 c. each Mar. 23 ; description 
each Mar. 24; M 7285, 7286. 

Wa jan — son of the witch ; story by Dr. 
Friedrich Dalshein and Victor, baron 
von Plessen. 6 reels. © Feb. 15, 
1937; 1 c. Feb. 26; 1 c. Mar. 16; 
description Mar. 17 ; L 6985 ; Mutual 
motion picture distributors, inc. r New 
York. 2541 

We have our moments ; original story 
by Charles F. Belden and Frederick 
Stephani, screen play by Bruce Man- 
ning and Charles Grayson, directed 
by Alfred L. Werker. 7 reels. © 
Mar. 24, 1937 ; 2 c. Mar. 26 ; descrip- 
tion Mar. 25 ; L 7004 ; Universal pic- 
tures co., inc., New York. 2542 

Wedding (The) deal; edited by Flor- 
ence Bricker, directed by B. K. 
Blake. (The court of human rela- 
tions) Reel. © Feb. 26, 1937; 2 c. 
Feb. 27 ; description Mar. 15 ; L 6980 ; 
Tru pictures co., inc., New r York. 

2543 

Week end millionaire ; scenario and di- 
alogue by Jack Davies, jr., Goeffrey 
Kerr and Max Kester,. directed by 
Arthur Woods. 6 reels. © Aug. 3, 
1936 ; 1 c. and description Mar. 22, 
1937; L 6989; Gaumont British pic- 
ture corp. of America, New York. 

2544 



Western grandeur ; narrated by Ed 
Thorgersen, edited by Lew Lehr. 
(Along the road to romance on the 
magic carpet of movietone) Reel. 
© Feb. 4, 1937; 2 c. and description 
Mar. 1; M 7208; Twentieth century- 
Fox film corp., New York. 2545 

When the West was young. Reel. © 
Mar. 16, 1937 ; 2 c. Mar. 16 ; descrip- 
tion Mar. 22 ; M 7280 ; Columbia pic- 
tures corp. of Calif., ltd., Los 
Angeles. 2546 

When you're in love ; story based on 
an idea by Ethel Hill and Cedric 
Worth, written and directed by Rob- 
ert Riskin. 11 reels. © Mar. 1, 
1937 ; 2 c. Mar. 1 ; description Mar. 
2; L 6950; Columbia pictures corp. 
of Calif., ltd., Los Angeles. 2547 

Where snow is king ; narrated by Alois 
Havrilla, commentary by Justin Her- 
man. Reel. © Feb. 5, 1937; 2 c. 
Mar. 1 ; description Mar. 2 ; M 7213 ; 
Paramount pictures, inc., New York. 

2548 

White hunter ; based on a story by 
Gene Markey, screen play by Sam 
Duncan and Kenneth Earl, directed 
by Irving Cummings. 7 reels. © 
Nov. 27, 1936; 2 c. and description 
Mar. 22, 1937; L 6991; Twentieth 
century-Fox film corp., New York. 

2549 

Whoops ! I'm a cowboy ; animated by 
Thomas Johnson and David Hoff- 
man, directed by Dave Fleischer. 
(Betty Boop carton) Reel. © Feb. 
12, 1937; 2 c. Mar. 1; description 
Mar. 2 ; M 7211 ; Paramount pictures, 
inc.,. New York. 2550 

Woman (The) alone; from the novel 
The secret agent by Joseph Conrad, 
screen play by Charles Bennett, di- 
rected by Alfred Hitchcock. 8 reels. 
© Dec. 2, 1936; 1 c. and description 
Mar. 25, 1937; L 7003; Gaumont 
British picture corp. of America, 
New York. 2551 

Woman-wise; screen play by Ben 
Markson, directed by Allan Dwan. 
© Jan. 22, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
Mar. 5; L 6962; Twentieth century- 
Fox film corp., New York. 2552 

Yeggs aren't safe. © title and descrip- 
tion reed. Mar. 5, 1937; 2090 print? 
reed. Feb. 11; L 6974; Chevrolet- 
motor co., Detroit. 2553 



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Zamboanga ; story of the Moro Bajos, 
Sea Gypsies, by G. F. Harris, directed 
by Edwardo de Castro. © title, 



description and 302 prints reed. Jan. 
25, 1937; L 70O5; Filippine film pro- 
ductions, inc., Manila. 2554 



Number of entries in Classes L and M included in the catalog since 
Jan. 1, 1937 : 

Motion-picture photoplays 212 

Motion pictures other than photoplays 262 

Total 474 



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COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891, 
OF JUNE 30, 1906, AND OF MARCH 4, 1909 



PART 1, GROUP 3 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 

MOTION PICTURES 



1937 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 10 
No. 4 



UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON : 1937 



'TpHE Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part I, 
■*■ Group 3, issued monthly, contains titles of Dramatic compositions and 
Motion pictures. 

Group 3 contains, in two separate alphabets, the titles of the entries made 
in Class "D", Dramatic compositions, and Dramatico-musical compositions, 
arranged alphabetically by title; Class "L", Motion-picture photoplays; and 
Class "M", Motion pictures other than photoplays, arranged alphabetically by 
title. 

Under the act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 1909, the preliminary 
entry of titles has been abrogated and registration follows deposit of copies 
with an application for entry in the Copyright Office. 

To save space in the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbre- 
viated. The abbreviations used in this part are as follows: "D", Class D, 
Dramatic compositions; "L", Class L, Motion-picture photoplays; and "M", 
Class M, Motion pictures other than photoplays. "©" implies copyright regis- 
tration of a published work followed by date of publication; "© 1 c." stands 
for copyright of an unpublished work, followed by date of receipt in the Copy- 
right Office of the printed or manuscript copy; and "2 c." for two copies, 
followed by date of their receipt. 

A list of dramatic compositions of which the subsisting copyright has been 
renewed under sections 23 and 24 of the Act of March 4, 1909, will be found in this 
issue immediately following the drama list. 

Imprints. — When the publishers of dramatic compositions are also the claim- 
ants of copyright, their names are omitted from the imprint. 

The annual index contains the names of all copyright proprietors, the names 
of authors and titles of dramatic compositions, and the titles of all motion 
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The act of March 4, 1909, provides that the Catalog of Copyright Entries 
"shall be admitted in any court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated 
therein as regards any copyright registration." 

The annual subscription price for the Catalog of Copyright Entries (received 
only for the calendar year) for Part 1, Group 3, is $2.00 for 1937, payable in 
advance to the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C, by postal 
money order, express order, or New York draft. 

Under the provisions of the act of Congress, approved May 23, 1928, the prices 
of the various parts of the Catalog are now as follows: 

Part 1, Group 1, Books proper $3. 00 

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Single numbers (except Book leaflets) .50 

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The Copyright Act of 1909 provides that, of the articles deposited 
for copyright registration, the Librarian of Congress shall determine 
what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent . 
collections of the Library of Congress and what other books or 
articles shall be transferred to other governmental libraries in the 
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The Act further provides that any article undisposed of as above 
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Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright pro- 
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by such claimant prior to December 31, 1937. 

This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, 
such as books, periodicals, dramatic compositions, musical composi- 
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photographs. Manuscripts or typewritten dramas and photographs 
filed for identifying works of art may not be returned. No maps are 
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CLASS D 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



A & P bandwagon; by Ted Collins. 
Mar. 25, 1937. © 1 c. Mar. 27, 1937; 
D 48703; Paris & Peart, New York. 

2555 

Apr. 1, 1937. © 1 c. Apr. 2, 



1937; D 48817; Paris & Peart, New 
York. 2556 

Apr. 8, 1937. © 1 c. Apr. 9, 



1937; D 48920'; Paris & Peart, New 
York. 2557 

Abyssinian desert companion. See 
Death Valley days. 

Across the gap ; a drama, by A Oboler. 
© 1 c. Apr. 14, 1937 ; D 49019 ; Arch 
Oboler, Chicago. 2558 

Add another advertiser ; a melodrama 
in 3 acts, by A. A. BurreU. © 1 c. 
Mar. 29, 1937; D 48685; Alfred A. 
Burrell, Qnincy, Mass. 2559 

Adventures (The) of big Bill Baker; 
a radio script, by Edith Meiser ; epi- 
sode no 16. Bill meets Jed — and 
hears about Baldy, the Hermit. © 1 
c. Apr. 6, 1937; D 48855; McKnight 
& Jordan, inc., New York. 2560 

episode no. 17. Spotting the 

cattle rustlers — and the howling dog. 
© 1 c. Apr. 6, 1937; D 48856; Mc- 
Knight & Jordan, inc., New York. 

2561 



episode no. 18. The visit to 

Baldy's cabin. © 1 c. Apr. 6, 1937; 
D 48857; McKnight & Jordan, inc., 
New York. 2562 

episode no. 19. What name 

for the dog — and Harpy's disappear- 
ance. © 1 c. Apr. 10, 1937 : D 49004 ; 
McKnight & Jordan, inc., New York. 

2563 

episode no. 20. Bill plays lone 

wolf — with dog following. © 1 c. 
Apr. 10, 1937; D 49005; McKnight & 
Jordan, inc., New York. 2564 

episode no. 21. Bill finds 

Harpy and sends dog for help. © 
1 c. Apr. 10, 1937 ; D 49008 ; McKnight 
& Jordan, inc., New York. 2565 



episode no. 22. End of Tim's 

impersonation. © 1 c. Apr. 10, 1937 ; 
D 49007; McKnight & Jordan, inc., 
New York. 2566 

episode no. 23. Baldy's dog 



brings help. © 1 c. Apr. 10, 1937; 
D 49008; McKnight & Jordan, inc., 
New York. 2567 

episode no. 24. Tim imprisons 



Harpy and Sandy. © 1 c. Apr. 10, 
1937; D 49009; McKnight & Jordan, 
inc., New York. 2568 

episode no. 25. Off to look for 



the missing actress. © 1 c. Apr. 17, 
1937; D 49173; McKnight & Jordan, 
inc., New York. 2569 

episode no. 26. Barney tells 



of Gloria's disappearance. © 1 c. 
Apr. 17, 1937 ; D 49174 ; McKnight & 
Jordan, inc., New York. 2570 

episode no. 27. Gentlemen of 



the press. © 1 c. Apr. 17, 1937; D 
49175 ; McKnight & Jordan, inc., New 
York. 2571 

episode no. 28. The search in 



the fog for the yacht. © 1 c. Apr. 
24, 1937; D 49322; McKnight and 
Jordan, inc. 2572 

episode no. 29. Discovered 



that Max is Gloria La Mare's hus- 
band. © 1 c. Apr. 24, 1937 ; D 49823 ; 
McKnight and Jordan, inc., New York. 

2573 
episode no. 30. Mystery of 



the fingerprints. © 1 c. Apr. 24, 
1937 ; D 49324 ; McKnight and Jordan, 
inc., New York. 2574 

Adventures (The) of Dari-Dan ; a ra- 
dio program, by Roy A. Sorensen ; 
chapters nos. 11, 12. © 1 c. each 
Mar. 29, 1937; D 48682, 48683; 
Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 

2575, 2576 



chapter no. 13. © 1 c. Apr. 

2, 1937 ; D 48740 ; Bowey's, inc., Chi- 
cago. 2578 

chapter no. 14. © 1 c. Apr. 

3, 1937; D 48765; Bowey's, inc., Chi- 
cago. 2578 



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2579 



pt. i, n. s., v. 10 



Adventures (The) of Dari-Dan — Con. 

■ chapter no. 15. © 1 c. Apr. 

6, 1937; D 48820; Bowey's inc., Chi- 
cago. 2579 

■ chapter no. 16. © 1 c. Apr. 

9, 1937; D 49000; Bowey's, inc., Chi- 
cago. 2580 

chapter no. 17. © 1 c. Apr. 



10, 1937 ; D 48958 ; Bowey's, inc., Chi- 
cago. 2581 

chapter no. 18. © 1 c. Apr. 12, 



1937; D 49045; Bowey's, inc., Chi- 
cago. 2582 

chapters nos. 19, 20. © 1 c. 

each Apr. 14, 1937; D 49020, 49021; 
Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 2583, 2584 

chapter no. 21. © 1 c. Apr. 

16, 1937 ; D 49090 ; Bowey's, inc., Chi- 
cago. 2585 

chapter nos. 22.-24. © 1 c. 



each Apr. 19, 1937; D 49183^9185; 
Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 2586-2588 

Adventures (The) of Scoop Ward on 
the trail for news ; Feb. 19, 1937, by 
Fletcher & Ellis, inc. © 1 c. Mar. 
30, 1937; D 48774; Fletcher & Ellis, 
inc., New York. 2589 

Adventures (The) of Tom Sawyer; a 
dramatization of Mark Twain's book 
of the same name, by Pauline Phelps. 
Sioux City, la. [1936] 113 p. 12mo. 
© Sept. 1, 1936 ; 2 c. Apr. 3, 1937 ; D 
48930; Wetmore declamation bureau, 
Sioux City, la. 2590 

Dec. 29-31, 1936, Jan. 1, 8, 11-15, 

18-22, 25, 26, 28, 29, Feb. 1, 1937, an 
original dramatization, for radio, of 
Mark Twain's novel of the same 
name, adaptation written by C. 
O'Meara. © 1 c. Mar. 24, 1937; D 
49073 ; Carroll O'Meara, Los Angeles. 

2591 

Afterglow; a play in 3 acts, by Stuart 
Grimm. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 1937; D 
48680; Hans Rastede and Elizabeth 
Stuart, Lawrenceville, N. J. 2592 

Aged 26; a play about John Keats, by 
Anne Crawford Flexner, New York, 
London [etc.] 1937. 116 p. 8vo. © 
Mar. 11, 1937 ; 2 c. Mar. 18 ; D 49200 ; 
Oxford university press, New York, 
inc., New York. 2593 

Ahead — with valve-in-head ; by Jam 
Handy picture service, inc. © 1 c. 
Apr. 16, 1937 ; D 49081 ; General mo- 
tors sales corp., Detroit. 2594 



Albert Mitchell, the answer man; by 
McCann-Erickson, inc. episodes nos. 
1, 2. © 1 c. each Mar. 23, 1937 ; D 
48968, 48969; McCann-Erickson, inc., 
New York. 2595, 2596 

episodes nos. 3, 4. © 1 c. each 



Mar. 29, 1937; D 48885, 48886; Mc- 
Cann-Erickson, inc., New York. 

2597, 2598 

episodes nos. 5, 6. © 1 c. each 



Apr. 1, 1937 ; D 48888, 48889 ; McCann- 
Erickson, inc., New York. 2599, 2600 

episodes nos. 7, 8. © 1 c. each 



Apr. 7, 1937 ; D 48880, 48881 ; McCann- 
Erickson, inc., New York. 2601, 2602 

episode no. 9. © 1 c. Apr. 



20, 1937 ; D 49189 ; McCann-Erickson, 
inc., New York. 2603 

episode no. 10. © 1 c. Apr. 

22, 1937 ; D 49265 ; McCann-Erickson, 
inc., New York. 2604 

episodes nos. 11-13. © 1 c. 



each Apr. 24, 1937; D 49316-^9318; 
McCann-Erickson, inc., New York. 

2605-2607 

Alice in wonderland; by I. Wicker. 
Text. © 1 c. Apr. 17, 1937 ; D 49157 ; 
Ireene Wicker, New York. 2608 

Almost in confidence ; a play in 3 acts, 
by R. Long. © 1 c. Apr. 3, 1937; 
D 48773 ; Reginald Long, London. 

2609 

Altitude : 3200 ; comedie en 3 actes, par 
J. Luchaire. © 1 c. Apr. 12. 1937; 
D 49065 ; Julien Luchaire, Paris. 

2610 

America, the beautiful; a patriotic 
pageant, by Martha V. Binde, in 6 
episodes, using American music se- 
lected from the Music hour series, 
3rd, 4th, and 5th books. New York 
[etc., etc.] 1937. 16 p. 8vo. Cover- 
title. © Mar. 19, 1937; 2 c and aff. 
Mar. 30 ; AA 230055 ; Silver, Burdett 
co., Newark, N. J. 2611 

American family Robinson ; programs 
1-183, by Douglas Silver and M. B. 
Silver. © 1 c. each Apr. 9, 1937 ; D 
48998 ; Mar jorie Bartlett Silver, Hast- 
ings-on-Hudson, N. Y. 2612 

American futures; a play in 1 act, by 
George Scudder [pseud, of A. Vogel] 
© 1 c. Apr. 26, 1937 ; D 49348 ; Arthur 
Vogel, New York. 2613 

Amstel ; a comedy in 3 acts, by J. 
Deval. © 1 c. Apr. 14, 1937 ; D 49166 ; 
Jacques Deval, Los Angeles. 2614 



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no. 4, 1937 



2049 



And the ghost walked ; a pantomime 
[by] Kate Alice White. Sioux City, 
la., 1936. 4 numb. 1. 4to. © Sept. 1, 
1936; 2 c. Apr. 3, 1937; D 48932; 
Wetmore declamation bureau, Sioux 
City, la. 2615 

Angle (The) of adventure; a play in 1 
act, by A Stringer. © 1 c. Apr. 12, 
1937; D 48994; Arthur Stringer, 
Mountain Lakes, N. J. 2616 

Ann of the aiiianes ; episodes 1-A, by 
R. C. Comer. © 1 c. each Mar. 29, 
1937; D 49214; Russell C. Comer, 
Kansas City, Mo. 2617 

Ann Worth-housewife; by Thomas 
Dougall. nos. A-176-A-180. © 1 c. 
each Apr. 2, 1937; D 48735-48739; 
King-Trendle broadcasting corp., De- 
troit. 2618-2622 

nos. A-181-A-185. © 1 c. 

each Apr. 8, 1937; D 48901-48905; 
King-Trendle broadcasting corp., De- 
troit. 2623-2627 

nos. A-186-A-190. © 1 c. 

each Apr. 14, 1937; D 49028-49032; 
King-Trendle broadcasting corp., De- 
troit. 2628-2632 

nos. A-191-A-195. © 1 c. 

each Apr. 21, 1937; D 49218-49222; 
King-Trendle broadcasting corp., De- 
troit. 2633-2637 

Announcement party ; a play in 3 acts, 
by K. V. Nelson. © 1 c. Apr. 12, 
1937; D 49011; Katherine Vincent 
Nelson, Altadena, Calif. 2638 

Another day saved; a 1-act play, by 
Charles E. Mulhearn. © 1 c. Apr. 
12, 1937; D 49071; Charles Edward 
Mulhearn, Providence. 2639 

Anti-clockwise ; a play for four women, 
in 1 act, by Muriel and Sydney Box. 
London, New York [etc., etc.] Samuel 
French, ltd. [1936] 26 p. diagr. 
12mo. ([French's acting edition, no. 
2414] ) © Nov. 5, 1936 ; 1 c. Dec. 3 ; 
D 48812 ; Muriel Box, London. 2640 

April fool; by E. Blackwell and S. 
Sanders. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 1937; D 
49304; Earl Blackwell, Atlanta, and 
Sydney Sanders, Hollywood, Calif. 

2641 

Archange (L') See Europe. 

Ardore, ardire, azione ! commedia fas- 
cista sportiva in 3 atti [di] Neera dei 
Tommasini. Isola del Liri, Soc. tip. 
A. Macioce & Pisani, 1937. 176 p. 
8vo. IP edizione italiana. © Mar. 



15, 1937; 1 c. Apr. 15; D 49142; 
Neera dei Tommasini, Rome. 2642 

Arkansas traveller ; by E. F. Black. 
© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1937; D 49193; Edley 
Frank Black, Russellville, Ark. 

2643 

Arnold Grimm's daughter ; continuity 
no. 1, by General mills, inc. © 1 c. 
Apr. 19, 1937 ; D 49152 ; General mills, 
inc., Minneapolis. 2644 

As they do in Bali. See Character 
studies in one act. 

At Easter time; an adventure with 
Jack and Jill (two little puppets) 
a 4-act play for puppets or children, 
by Geraldine Frances Conrad. Illus- 
trations by Charles Christman. 
[Pasadena, Calif., The Bickley print- 
ing co., 1937] [24] p. illus. 8vo. 
© Mar. 1, 1937; 2 c. and aff. Mar. 
31; A 104459; Geraldine Frances 
Conrad, Pasadena. 2644* 

At his command. See Fighting general. 

At the lecture ; [by] Helen Ramsey. 
Sioux City, la., 1936. 3 numb. 1. 4to. 
© Sept. 1, 1936; 2 c. Apr. 3, 1937; 
D 48942 ; Wetmore declamation bu- 
reau, Sioux City, la. 2645 

At the Silver Swan ; a musical play in 
2 acts, by Guy Bolton and Clifford 
Grey, from a theme suggested by 
Edmond Samuels's and Henry C. 
James's story, The highwayman, the 
music by Edmond Samuels, additional 
numbers by Percival Mackay. Lon- 
don, New York [etc., etc.] ]1936] 
vii, 60 p. diagrs. 8vo. ( [French's 
acting edition, no. 805] ) © Aug. 25, 
1936; 1 c. Apr. 9, 1937; D 48956; 
Samuel French, ltd., London. 2646 

At the Tasty-hasty lunch counter ; [by] 
Mary Maynard Kieffer. Sioux Citv, 
la, 1936. 3 numb. 1. 4to. © Sept. 
1, 1936 ; 2 c. Apr. 3, 1937 ; D 48940 ; 
Wetmore declamation bureau, Sioux 
City, la. 2647 

At the well of Bethlehem ; a drama 
arranged from the authorized version 
of the Bible, by Mona Swann. Bos- 
ton, Mass., Los Angeles, Cal. [1937] 
59 p. 12mo. Contains music. © 
Feb. 28, 1937 ; 2 c. Apr. 12 ; D 48980 ; 
Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 2648 

Auf wiedersehn. See Twenty short 
plays on a royalty holiday (1937 to 
1940) 

Auslanderin (Die) ; schauspiel von H. 
Rothe. © 1 c. Mar. 29, 1937; D 
48800; Hans Rothe, Berlin. 2649 



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2650 



pt. i, n. s., v. 10 



Autumn flower ; a drama, by A. Oboler. 
© 1 c. Apr. 22, 1937 ; D 49259 ; Arch 
Oboler, Chicago. 2650 

Awhile to work ; a play in 3 acts, by 
M. G. Ferrer. § 1 c. Apr. 1, 1937; 
D 48749 ; Melchor G. Ferrer, New 
York. 2651 

Back to Adam ; a glimpse of three pe- 
riods, by Harold Brighouse. Boston, 
Mass., Los Angeles, Cal. [1937] 40 
p. 12mo. ( [Baker's royalty plays] ) 
© Feb. 26, 1937; 2 c. Apr. 12; D 
48976; Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 

2652 

Background (A) wife; a play in 4 acts, 
by J. L. Marvin. © 1 c. Apr. 13, 
1937; D 49014; Jesslie L. Marvin, 
New York. 2653 

Bad man's way; a play in 1 act, by 
W. De Lisle. © 1 c. Apr. 22, 1937; 
D 49258; William De Lisle, New 
York. 2654 

Bad penny ; a new play in 3 acts, by 
A. R. Colver. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 1937 ; 
D 48786 ; Alice Ross Colver, Tenafly, 
N. J. 2655 

Baldy's dog brings help. See Adven- 
tures of big Bill Baker. 

Bank night; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
W. H. Hendrickson. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 
1937 ; D 48870 ; Will H. Hendrickson, 
Chicago. 2656 

Barney tells of Gloria's disappearance. 
<See Adventures of big Bill Baker. 

Beatrice Herford's monologues ; New 
York, London [etc.] 1937. 4 p. 1., 
79 p. front, (port.) 12mo. Con- 
tents. — In the art museum. — Choos- 
ing the wall papers. — At the hair- 
dresser's. — Marketing. — The tale of 
the train. — The man with a cold. — 
The height of bliss.— The tea.— At 
the optician's. — Changing the wed- 
ding presents. — The complainer.— ■ 
Telephoning the doctor. — In the flow- 
er shop. — In the hat department. — 
The young reciter. — The book 
agent. — Radio pudding. — The mix up. 
© Mar. 19, 1937; 2 c. Mar. 24; aff. 
Apr. 16; A 105352; Samuel French. 
New York. 2656* 

Beauty for sale ; a 1-act play for 
women, by Muriel and Sydney Box. 
London, New York [etc., etc.] Sam- 
uel French, ltd. [1936] 26 p. 
diagr. 12mo. ( [French's acting edi- 
tion, no. 2144] ) © Nov. 5. 1936 ; 1 c. 
Dec. 3; D 48810; Muriel Box, Lon- 
don. 2657 



Beauty (The) shop. See Honest (The) 
working girl. 

Begegnung mit Ulrike ; komodie in 7 
bildern, von Sigmund Graff. © 1 c. 
Apr. 20, 1937; D 49230; Felix Bloch 
erben, Berlin. 2658 

Behind your back ; a play in 3 acts, vy 
Charles Landstone. London. Play 
rights & publications, ltd., 1937. 78 
p. diagr. 8vo. © Apr. 20, 1937; 
1 c. Apr. 26 ; D 49343 ; Charles Land- 
stone, London. 2659 

Belinda. See Three ballad mimes. 

Beloved leader ; a satire in 6 scenes, by 
William McNally. © 1 c. Apr. 3, 
1937; D 48766; William James Mc- 
Nally, New Richmond, Wis. 2660 

Bert. See Geordie. 

Big ( The ) city square ; a comedy play 
in 3 acts, by C. L. Tantow. © 1 c. 
Mar. 31, 1937; D 48714; Charles L 
Tantow, Chicago. 2661 

Big money ; a 3-act musical farce, book 
by Syjay Treitel, tunes by E. Bur- 
nett, rhymes by Syjay Treitel and 
E. Burnett. © 1 c. Mar. 31, 1937; 
D 39273; S. J. Treitel and Ernie 
Burnett, New York. 2662 

Bill finds Harpy and sends dog for 
help. See Adventures of big Bill 
Baker. 

Bill meets Jed — and hears about Baldy, 
the Hermit. Bee Adventures (The) 
of big Bill Baker. 

Bill plays lone wolf — with dog follow- 
ing. See Adventures of big Bill 
Baker. 

Biologv ; a satirical comedy in 3 acts, 
by C. S. Frendo. © 1 c. Apr. 12, 
1937; D 48986; Charles Spofford 
Frendo, New York. 2663 

Black empire ; drama with prologue 
and 3 acts, bv Christine Ames [pseud, 
of M. M. Smith] © 1 c. Apr. 22, 
1937; D 49274; Margaret Morrison 
Smith, Hollywood, Calif. 2664 

Bluegrass ; a comedy in 3 acts, by A. 
Lopatin. © 1 c. Apr. 12. 1937; D 
48995 ; Abe Lopatin, Chicago. 2665 

Body and soul ; a drama in a prologue 
and 4 acts, by B. Chesterman. © 
1 c. Apr. 23, 1937; D 49367; Bruce 
Chesterman, Richmond. 2666 

Born to fly ; or, He was born to fly, 
from the true story life of Colonel 
Roscoe Turner, written for radio, by 



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no. 4, 1937 



2699 



M. E. Fuller. © 1 c. Apr. 22, 1937 ; 
D 49297 ; Margaret Elizabeth Fuller, 
Chicago. 2667 

Bottled thief. See Health racketeers. 

Box car heading west. See Twenty 
short plays on a royalty holiday 
(1937 to 1940) 

Box office; by B. M. Cohen. © 1 c. 
Apr. 6, 1937; D 49291; Ben Martin 
Cohen, New Haven. 2668 

Boy (The) who discovered Easter. 
See Grand hotel. 

Brother Rat; by John Monks, jr. and 
Fred R. Finklehoffe, with an intro- 
duction by George Abbott. New 
York [1937] xii, 211 p. 8vo. © 



Mar. 30, 193' 



c. Apr. 1 : D 48699 



Random house, inc., New York. 



2669 



Brothers take a bow ; [by] Leota Hulse 
Black. Sioux City, la., 1936. 4 
numb. 1. 4to. © Sept. 1, 1936 ; 2 c. 
Apr. 3, 1937; D 48941; Wetmore 
declamation bureau, Sioux City, la. 

2670 

Brutally frank ; a comedy with pro- 
logue in 2 acts, by M. S. Auld. © 
1 c. Apr. 27, 1937; D 49330; Made- 
leine Swift Auld, Larchmont, N. Y. 

2671 

Bucoliques de Virgile. See Traduction 
en vers frangais des Bucoliques de 
Yirgile. 

Bull (The) book: a comedy in 3 acts, 
by M. Bach. © 1 c. Apr. 3, 1937; 
D 48768; Marcus Bach, Iowa Citv, 
la. - 2672 

Burlesque and witt [sic] ; a farce by 
J. Y. Millford [pseud, of W. F. 
Sipek] © 1 c. Mar. 31, 1937; D 
4S709; Walter Frank Sipek, Cleve- 
land. 2673 

Burning bright. See No more god- 
desses. 

But never goodbye ; a romantic comedy 
in 3 acts, by F. M. Lew. © 1. c. 
Apr. 21, 1937; D 4923i ; Frances 
Marianne Levy, San Francisco. 

2674 

Cadillac presents the La Salle fashion 
show; Nov. 5, 12, 19, 26, Dec. 3, 10. 
17, 24, 31, 1936, Jan. 7, 14, 21, 28, 
1937; by MacManus, John & Adams, 
inc. © 1 c. each Mar. 13, 1937; D 



49114-^9126 ; Cadillac motor car div., 
General motors sales corp., Detroit. 

2675-2687 

California's hour ; by Lord & Thomas 
radio department. Mar. 21, 1937. 
© 1 c. Mar. 29, 1937 ; D 48687 ; Lord 
& Thomas, Los Angeles. 2688 

Mar. 28, 1937. © 1 c. Apr. 6, 



1937; D 48821; Lord & Thomas, Los 
Angeles. 2689 

Call of the sea ; episode no. 1, by L. D. 
Hollister. © 1 c. Apr. 22, 1937; D 
49260; Len D. Hollister, New York. 

2690 

Calories and customers ; by Jam Handy 
picture service, inc. © 1 c. Apr. 16, 
1937; D 49088; Chicago daily news, 
Chicago. 2691 

Cap. Smith and Poky Huntos ; com- 
piled from a short old-time skit, 
author unknown, by Elizabeth Glad- 
win Bouton. 1937. 30 1. 8vo. © 
Feb. 5, 1937 ; 2 c. Mar. 27 ; Elizabeth 
Gladwin Bouton, Bloomfield, N. J. 

2692 

Carcassonne ; a drama in 1 act, by 
O. E. Motter. © 1 c. Mar. 24, 1937 ; 
D 49112; Opal Euard Motter, Coral 
Gables, Fla. 2693 

Caruso ; a biographical romance, based 
on the life and times of Enrico 
Caruso. Screen play by B. Hershey 
and L. Mearson. © 1 c. Apr. 10, 
1937; D 49294; Burnet Hershey and 
Lyon Mearson, New York. 2694 

Catherine de Medici ; by W. A. Silver. 
© 1 c. Apr. 14, 1937; D 49131; 
Warren A. Silver, Centralia, 111. 

2695 

Cavalcade of the Americas ; by Jan 
Isbelle Fortune. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 
1937; D 48715; Greater Texas and 
Pan Amer. exposition, Dallas. 2696 

Cave-man stuff; [by] Leota Hulse 
Black. Sioux City, la., 1937. 3 
numb. 1. 4to. © Feb. 1, 1937 ; 2 c. 
Apr. 3 ; D 48935 ; Wetmore declama- 
tion bureau, Sioux City, la. 2697 

C'est mon mari ; comedie en 1 acte 
[par] Claude Socorri [i. e. O. 
Duhourcau-Socorri] (In La Petite 
illustration, no. 796) © Nov. 7, 
1936 ; 1 c. Dec. 23 ; D 49307 ; Claude 
Duhourcau-Socorri, France. 2698 

Change of pasture ; a play in 3 acts, 
by F. W. Ritchie. © 1 c. Apr. 26, 
1937; D 49336; Frederic William 
Ritchie, San Francisco. 2699 



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pt. I, n. s., v. 10 



Character studies in one act ; by Caro- 
lyn Draper Gilpatric. Boston, Mass., 
Los Angeles, Cal. [1937] 2 p. 1., 
3-102 p. 12mo. Contents. — As they 
do in Bali. — Suppressed evidence. — 
To my dear nieces. © Feb. 26, 1937 ; 
2 c. Apr. 12; D 48977; Walter H. 
Baker co., Boston. 2700 

Charlie Chin in Washington ; a revue 
sketch, by R. V. Harvey [pseud, of 
V. P. Rehg] © 1 c. Apr. 1, 1937; 
D 48748; Victor P. Rehg, Brooklyn. 

2701 

Chateau (Le) de cartes; piece inedite 
en 3 actes, par Steve Passeur [pseud, 
of E. Morin] (In Les CEuvres libres, 
no. 189) © Mar. 1, 1937; 1 c. Apr. 
12 ; D 49342 ; Etienne Morin, Neuilly, 
France. 2702 

Cheerful weather for the wedding; a 
play with music, in 2 acts, by E. Gil- 
bert. Text. © 1 c. Apr. 7, 1937 ; D 
48964 ; Edwin Gilbert, New York. 

2703 

Children of Galilee ; a Children's day 
dramatization, text by Martha Bayly, 
music by Arthur Grantley [pseud, of 
I. H. Meredith] New York city. 
[1937] 15 p. 8 vo. © Mar. 6, 1937; 
2 c. Apr. 10; D 39261; Tullar-Mere- 
dith co., New York. 2704 

Cinderella ; by I. Wicker. Text. © 1 c. 
Apr. 17, 1937; D 49153; Ireene 
Wicker, New York. 2705 

Class of '29; a play in 3 acts, by Orrie 
Lashin and Milo Hastings. [New 
York] Dramatists play service, inc., 
1937. 131 p. front., diagrs. 12 mo. 
© Apr. 1, 1937 ; 2 c. Apr. 16 ; D 49138 ; 
Orrie Lashin, New York, and Milo 
Hastings, Tarrytown, N. Y. 2706 

Coast to coast ; a 3-act comedy with 
musical specialties [by G. M. Rowse] 
Kansas City, Mo. 1936 1 p. 1., 59, 
[1] p., 1 1. plates, diagr. 8 vo. 
Cover-title. Text. © Aug. 5, 1936; 
2 c. Apr. 5, 1937 ; D 48808 ; Natl, pro- 
ducing co., Kansas City, Mo. 2707 

Cockpit ; a comedy in 3 acts, by W. W. 
Whalen. © 1 c. Apr. 9, 1937; D 
48919 ; Will W. Whalen, Orrtanna, Pa. 

2708 

Comedy (A) of manners. See Social 
usage. 

Comes the revolution ; a play in 3 acts, 
by H-. J. Leder. © 1 c. Apr. 26, 1937 ; 
D 49329; Herbert Jay Leder, Brook- 
lyn. 2709 



Coming of age ; a 1-act comedy, by Stan- 
ley Kauffmann. New York, London 
[etc., etc.] [19371 26 p. diagr. 
12 inc. © Apr. 6, 1937 ; 2 c. Apr. 10 ; 
D 48948; Samuel French, New York. 

2710 

Complete (The) works of William 
Shakespeare, with themes of the 
plays ; New York [1937] xxxii, 1312 
p. 8 vo. Dramatic contents. — The 
tempest. — Two gentlemen of Ver- 
ona. — Merry wives of Windsor.— 
Twelfth night ; or, What you will. — 
Measure for measure. — Much ado 
about nothing. — A midsummer night's 
dream. — Love's labour's lost. — The 
merchant of Venice. — As you like it. — 
All's well that ends well. — The taming 
of the shrew. — The winter's tale.— 
The comedy of errors. — King John. — 
The life and death of King Richard 
II. — First part of King Henry IV. — 
Second part of King Henry IV. — 
King Henry V. — First part of King 
Henry VI. — Second part of King 
Henrj VI. — Third part of King Henry 
VI.— The life and death of King Rich- 
ard III. — King Henry VIII. — Troilus 
and Cressida. — Timon of Athens. — 
Coriolanus. — Julius Caesar. — Anthony 
and Cleopatra. — Cymbeline. — Titus 
Andronicus. — Pericles, Prince of 
Tyre. — King Lear. — R o m e o and 
Juliet. — Macbeth. — Hamlet, prince of 
Denmark.— Othello, the Moor of 
Venice. © Feb. 5, 1937 ; 2 c. Mar. 15 ; 
aff. Apr. 10; A 104727; Walter J. 
Black, inc., New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on introductory matter and 
indexing arrangement] 2710* 

Continental wild oates ; a play in 3 acts, 
by M. Barker. © 1 c. Apr. 8, 1937; 
D 48924; Mildred Barker, Los An- 
geles. 2711 

Copra ; a play, by Gage Prescott 
[pseud.] Boston, U. S. A. [1937] 
viii, 9-91 p. 8 vo. © Apr. 22, 1937 ; 
2 c. Apr. 26; D 49340; Christopher 
pub. house, Boston. 2712 

Coquine. See Twenty short plays on a 
royalty holiday (1937 to 1940) 

Corporal Buck and Private Bubbles ; by 
J. Hilborn. © 1 c. Apr. 12, 1937 ; D 
49070 ; Jules Hilborn, New York. 

2713 

Count (The) and the pig. See Twenty 
short plays on a royalty holiday 
(19S7 to 1940) 

Cover design; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
W. Robert Browne. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 



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no. 4, 1937 



2743 



1937; D 48721; William Robert 
Browne, Council Bluffs, la. 2714 

Cradle (The) will rock; ten sketches 
to music, by M. Blitzstein. © 1 c. 
Apr. 13, 1937; D 39266; Marc Blitz- 
stein, New York. 2715 

Crepuscle (Le) des dieux ; 3 actes [par] 
Jean d'Armana [pseud, of J. Chau- 
vet] Bordeaux, Delmas [1936] 61, 
[2] p. 8vo. © Dec. 13, 1936; 1 c. 
Feb. 12, 1937 ; D 49305 ; Jeanne Chau- 
vet, Bordeaux, France. 2716 

Critic (A) with women; a play in 3 
acts, by Dorian Weiler [pseud, of D. 
Weiler] and Shelley Pierce [pseud, 
of M. Weiler] © 1 c. Apr. 24, 1937 ; 
D 49325 ; Dorothy Weiler, and Miriam 
Weiler, New York. 2717 

Dance-hall (The) strike at Rhyolite. 
See Death Valley days. 

Dancing around the world ; a musical 
review, books and lyrics, by E. Mad- 
den. Text. © 1 c. Mar. 27, 1937; 
D 49292; Edward Madden, Los An- 
geles. 2718 

Danger in life ; a play in 3 acts, an 
interlude and an epilogue, by W. J. 
Sharbach. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 1937; D 
48833; Ward J. Sharbach, Minne- 
apolis. 2719 

Darksome (A) furriner. See Twenty 
short plays on a royalty holiday 
(1937 to 1940) 

Davie Adams; continuities nos. 108- 
125, by Courtenay Savage. © 1 c. 
each Apr. 6, 1937 ; D 48792 ; Procter 
& Gamble co., Cincinnati. 2720 

Dear enemies. See Grand hotel. 

Dear Mrs. Adams ; a comedy in 2 acts, 
by E. B. Meyerson. © 1 c. Mar. 23, 
1937; D 48864; Elsa B. Meyerson, 
South Orange, N. J. 2721 

Death peddlers. See Health racketeers. 

Death Valley days ; a series of radio 
sketches, by McCann-Erickson, inc. 
Mar. 26, 1937. Memorial to Death 
Valley pioneers. © 1 c. Mar. 29, 
1937; D 48884; Pacific coast borax 
co., New York. 2722 

Apr. 2, 1937. Abyssinian des- 
ert companion. © 1 c. Apr. 1, 1937 ; 
D 48890; Pacific coast borax co., New 
York. 2723 

Apr. 9, 1937. The dance-hall 

strike at Rhyolite. © 1 c. Apr. 9, 
1937; D 49002; Pacific coast borax 
co., New York. 2724 



Apr. 16, 1937. The skeleton in 

the closet. © 1 c. Apr. 20, 1937; 
D 49190 ; Pacific coast borax co., New 
York. 2725 

Apr. 23, 1937. The packtrain 

from Panamint. © 1 c. Apr. 22, 1937 ; 
D 49267 ; Pacific coast borax co., New 
York. 2726 

Deep universe ; episode nos. 1, 10, by 
E. R. Johnstone. © 1 c. each Apr. 
6, 1937; D 48822, 48823; E. R. John- 
stone, New York. 2727,2728 

Derby der kleinen leute (Der grosse 
preis) ; die geschichte eines pferdes, 
in 3 akten, von Fritz Gottwald. © 
1 c. Apr. 19, 1937; D 49241; Verlag 
Max Pfeffer, Vienna. 2729 

Deserto (II) tent a to ; mistero in 1 atto 
[di] Corrado Pavolini, musica di 
Alfredo Casella. Milano, New York 
[etc., etc.] 1937. 23 p. illus. 12mo. 
Text. © Mar. 31, 1937 ; 1 c. Mar. 31 ; 
D. 49208 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

2730 



op. 60, riduzione per canto e 

pianoforte di Pietro Scarpini. Mi- 
lano, New York [etc., etc.] 1937. 
6 p. 1., 101 p. 4to. © Mar. 31, 1937; 
1 c. Mar. 31 ; D 39268 ; G. Ricordi & 
co., Milan. 2731 

Desire ( The ) to live ; a play in 3 acts, 
by J. L. Marvin. © 1 c. Apr. 13, 1937 ; 
D 49015 ; Jesslie L. Marvin, New 
York. 2732 

Dick Whittington ; a pantomime in 2 
acts, by Margaret Carter. London, 
New York [etc., etc.] 1936. 70 p. 
12mo. ( [French's acting edition, no. 
734] ) © Sept. 10, 1936 ; 1 c. Apr. 9, 
1937; D 48954; Samuel French, ltd., 
London. 2733 

Discovered that Max is Gloria La 
Mare's husband. See Adventures of 
big Bill Baker. 

Distant shore ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Jeanne Grossett. © 1 c. Apr. 3, 
1937 ; D 48770 ; Jean Carroll Grosset, 
New York. 2734 

Dr. Allan Dafoe ; bv Frazier Hunt. 
Mar. 1, 3, 5, 8, 10, 12, 1937. Mar. 1, 
3, 5, © 1 c. each Mar. 9, 1937 ; Mar. 
8, 10, 12, © 1 c. each Mar. 16; D 
48752-48757; Lehn & Fink products 
Corp., New York. 2735-2740 

Mar. 15, 17, 19, 1937. © 1 c. 

each Mar. 23, 1937; D 48783-48785; 
Lehn & Fink products corp.. New 
York. 2741-2743 



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2744 



pt. i, n. s., v. 16 



Dr. Allan Daf oe ; by Frazier Hunt — 

Continued. 
Mar. 22, 24, 26, 1937. © 1 c. 

each Apr. 1, 1937; D 48741-48743; 

Lehn & Fink products Corp., New 

York. 2744-2746 

Mar. 29, 31, Apr. 2, 1937. © 



1 c. each Apr. 6, 1937 ; D 48846^8848 ; 
Lehn & Fink products Corp., New 
York. 2747-2749 

Apr. 5, 7, 9, 1937. © 1 c. each 



Apr. 13, 1937 ; D 49047-49049 ; Lehn 
& Fink products corp., New York. 

2750-2752 

Apr. 12, 14, 16, 1937. © 1 c. 



each Apr. 21, 1937; D 49244-49246; 
Lehn & Fink products Corp., New 
York. 2753-2755 

Apr. 19, 21, 23, 1937. © 1 c 



each Apr. 27, 1937; D 49310^9312; 
Lehn & Fink products corp., New 
York. 2756-2758 

Doings (The) of a small village ; a play 
in 2 acts, by E. Lewin. © 1 c. Apr. 
2, 1937 ; D 48799 ; Emma Lewin, New 
York. 2759 

Doings of Fannie ; Jan. 8, Feb. 10, Feb. 
23, Feb. 25, Mar. 2, 1937, by M. D. 
Cline. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 1937; D 
49113; Mabel Dolores Cline, Clarks- 
ton, Wash. 2760 

Don't miss America ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Michael Davidson [pseud, of 
M. D. Rosenbaum] and Arthur 
Brower. © 1 c. Apr. 10, 1937; D 
48960 ; Michael Davidson Rosenbaum, 
New York. 2761 

Dream and wait ; a play in 2 acts, by 
Velida [pseud. V. de Benn] © 1 c. 
Apr. 21, 1937; D 49248; Velida de 
Benn, New York. 2762 

Dream for the heart; a play in 3 acts, 
by G. Davis. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1937; 
D 48700 ; Gaewen Davis, Ewell, Sur- 
rey, England. 2763 

Duty — and Michael Collins ; a dramatic 
presentation in 1 act, written and 
produced by Thomas H. Carens. 
[Boston, Priv. printed by the Clover 
club of Boston] 1937. 12 p. 8vo. 
© Apr. 20, 1937; 2 c. Apr. 27; D 
49382; Thomas Henry Carens, Wel- 
lesley Hills, Mass. 2764 

Earth encircling Aryans. See Visions 
of America ; The will to be free, God's 
gift to man ; The earth encircling 
Aryans. 

Easter in old Russia ; a sketch with 
classical music selections, by G. 



Stephenson. Text. © 1 c. Apr. 20, 
1937; D 49188; Geneva Stephenson, 
Columbus, O. 2765 

Echo (The) of the soul; the story of 
the violin, in 6 scenes, book and music 
by E. G. Dundon. © 1 c. Mar. 1, 
1937 ; D 39267 ; Edna Gansel Dundon, 
Altadena, Calif. 2766 

Echoes of New York town ; by McCann- 
Erickson, inc. episode no. 28. © 1 c. 
Mar. 29, 1937; D 48883; McCann- 
Erickson, inc., New York. 2767 

episode no. 29. © 1 c. Apr. 



1, 1937; D 48887; McCann-Erickson, 
inc., New York. 2768 

episode no. 30. © 1 c. Apr. 7, 



1937; D 48879; McCann-Erickson, 
inc., New York. 2769 

episode no. 31. © 1 c. Apr. 



20, 1937 ; D 49191 ; McCann-Erickson, 
inc., New York. 2770 

episode no. 32. © 1 c. Apr. 



22, 1937 ; D 49266 ; McCann-Erickson, 
inc., New York. 2771 

Ecole (L') des contribuables. See 
School for taxpayers. 

Elduh (The) presides; by Lonnie 
Hicks. 1937. 46 numb. 1. 4tO. © 
Mar. 4, 1937; 2 c. Mar. 6; D 49140; 

1 Lonnie Hicks, New York. 2772 

End (The) of the road; a folk play in 
1 act, by F. Frederick. © 1 c. Mar. 
26, 1937 ; D 49133 ; Freda Frederick, 
Latrobe, Pa. 2773 

End of Tim's impersonation. See Ad- 
ventures of big Bill Baker. 

Entertaining for mother ; [by] Kathryn 
Wayne. Sioux City, la., 1937. 2 
numb. 1. 4to. © Feb. 1, 1937; 2 c. 
Apr. 3 ; D 48936 ; Wetmore declama- 
tion bureau, Sioux City, la. 2774 

Eph'um at the drug store ; [by] Peggy 
Reece [pseud, of Gladys Henderson] 
Sioux City, la., 1936. 2 numb. 1. 
4to. © Sept. 1, 1936; 2 c. Apr. 3, 
1937 ; D 48944 ; Wetmore declamation 
bureau, Sioux City, la. 2775 

Epoch's conscience; a play in 3 acts, 
by T. G. Mitchell. © 1 c. Apr. 24, 
1937 ; D 49335 ; Theodore G. Mitchell, 
Chicago. 2776 

Ermintrude's cooking accident and 
Mrs. Rutledge's reducing exercise. 
See Honest (The) working girl. 

Esroh Rotcod ; by J. Hilborn. © 1 c. 
Apr. 12, 1937: D -19069; Jules Hil- 
born, New York. 2777 



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2796 



Eternal progress ; a play in 6 scenes, by 
R. V. Bnrdick. © 1 c. Apr. 13, 1937 ; 
D 49044 ; Robert Van Buren Burdick, 
Mount Hermon, Mass. 2778 

Eternal (The) question; by Marie 
Falls [pseud, of M. F. Bartling] © 
1 c. Apr. 17, 1937; D 49172; Marie 
Falls Bartling, New York. 2779 

Eugenie Grandet ; piece en 4 actes 
[par] Albert Arrault, d'apres le 
roman de H. de Balzac. [Paris] 
1937. 30, [2] p. illus. 4to. [(La 
Petite illustration, no. 813) ] © Mar. 
13, 1937 ; 1 c. Apr. 15 ; D 49143 ; Al- 
bert Arrault, Tours (I. & L.), 
France. 2780' 

Europe ; piece en 3 actes en vers, suivie 
de L'archange, piece en 3 actes en 
vers [par] Maurice Rostand. 
[Paris] [1937] 5 p. 1., [13]-2'51 p. 
12mo. © Feb. 11, 1937 ; 1 c. Mar. 12 ; 
A— Foreign 34877; Ernest Flam- 
marion, Paris. 2780* 

Eve of Saint Agnes. See On the eve 
of Saint Agnes. 

Evening (An) reverie of Philippine 
peasants. See Twenty short plays 
on a royalty holiday (1937 to 1940) 

Ever meet the devil? a spiritualistic 
play in 4 acts, by M. W. Willis, sr. © 
1 c. Apr. 13, 1937; D 49016; Moxley 
Waldo Willis, sr., Baltimore. 2781 

Everybody dances ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by G. Leach and Anthony Noon 
[pseud, of F. N. May] © 1 c. Mar. 
10, 1937 ; D 48782 ; George Leach and 
Florence Noon May, New York. 

2782 

Everybody's doing it. See Twenty 
short plays on a royalty holiday 
(1937 to 1940) 

Everybody's God; a play in 3 acts, by 
H. Marcus. © 1 c. Apr. 24, 1987; 
D 49328; Henry Marcus, Elmhurst, 
L. I., N. Y. 2783 

Everybody's love story ; no. 1, Romeo 
and Juliet (Jack and Joan), by W. 
Sauter. © 1 c. Apr. 27, 1937; D 
49333 ; William Sauter, New York. 

2784 

Everybody's neighbor ; a radio pro- 
gram, by J. C. Hyer. © 1 c. Apr. 
2. 1937; D 49365; Julien C. Hyer, 
Fort Worth. 2785 

Experiences (The) of a million men; 
episode no. 1. An interview with 



death, written by Raymond Bond. 
© 1 c. Mar. 26, 1937; D 48970; Wil- 
liam L. Biber, Los Angeles. 2786 

episode no. 2, Will we ever meet 

again, by W. L. Biber. © 1 c. Apr. 
26, 1937; D 49356; William Louis 
Biber, Los Angeles. 2787 

Fact and fiction ; no. l r a radio presen- 
tation, by C. Bauer and H. Hotchner. 
© 1 c. Mar. 12, 1937; D 48781; 
Charles Bauer, Jackson Heights, 
N. Y., and Howard Hotchner, Brook- 
lyn. 2788 

Fahrhof Kehrwieder ; volksstiick in 3 
akten, von Paul Sackarndt. © 1 c. 
Apr. 20. 1937; D 49225; Felix Bloch 
erben, Berlin. 2789 

False security. See Health racketeers. 

Famous jury trials ; Apr. 5, 1937. The 
people versus Victor Jackson, by 
Sheldon Stark. © 1 c. Apr. 6, 1937; 
D 48825; H. M. Kiesewetter adver- 
tising agency, inc., New York. 2790 

Apr. 12, 1937. The people versus 

Dr. Osborn, by Samm S. Baker. © 
1 c. Apr. 6, 1937; D 48826; H. M. 
Kiesewetter advertising agency, inc., 
New York. 2791 

Apr. 19, 1937. The people -vs. 

Charles Tracy, by Sheldon H. Stark. 
© 1 c. Apr. 19, 1937 ; D 49171 ; H. M. 
Kiesewetter advertising agency, inc., 
New York. 2792 

Apr. 26, 1937. The people versus 

John Miller, by Samm S. Baker. © 
1 c. Apr. 27, 1937; D 49337; H. M. 
Kiesewetter advertising agency, inc., 
New York. 2793 

Femme (Une) d'un autre age; comedie 
en 4 actes, de Louis Verneuil [pseud, 
of L. C. Du Boccage] and G. Berr. 
© 1 c. Apr. 15, 1937 ; D 49136 ; Louis 
Collin Du Boccage, Boulogne-s-Seine, 
France, and Georges Berr, Paris. 

2794 

Fernande. See Theatre complet. 

Fidelity ; a play in 3 acts, by Harrison 
James Carter [pseud, of H. O'Con- 
nor] © 1 c. Apr. 9, 1937; D 49368; 
Harry O'Connor, Indianapolis. 2795 

Figaro lasst sich scheiden ; komodie 
in 3 akten, von Odon von Horvath. 
Triiger des kleist-preises ftir das jahr 
1931. Regie- und soufflierbuch. © 
1 c. Apr. 19, 1937; D 49239; Verlag 
Max Pfeffer, Vienna. 2796 



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pt. i, n. s., v. 10 



Fighting (The) general; or, At his 
command, an historical drama, in 3 
acts, by J. V. Millford [pseud, of W. 
F. Sipek] © 1 c. Mar. 31, 1937; D 
48707; Walter Frank Sipek, Cleve- 
land. 2797 

Filouetta ; story and scenario, by L. 
Moeller. © 1 c. Mar. 20,. 1937; D 
48787; Lilly Moeller, New York. 

2798 

Fire of the Lord. See Twenty short 
plays on a royalty holiday (1937 to 
1940) 

First nighter ; a radio broadcast. Mar. 
19, 1937. Trouble is the word for 
Blair, by Anthony Wayne. © 1 c. 
Mar. 30, 1937; D 48695; Campana 
sales co., Batavia, 111. 2799 

Mar. 26, 1937. Spring in 

Kansas, by Peter Dixon. © 1 c. Apr. 
6, 1937; D 48849; Campana sales co., 
Batavia, 111. 2800 

Apr. 2, 1937. Once a pirate, 

by Roger Wheeler. © 1 c. Apr. 14, 
1937; D 49022; Campana sales co., 
Batavia, 111. 2801 

Apr. 9, 1937. Shall never die, 



by Carolyn Clarke. © 1 c. Apr. 21, 
1937; D 49211; Campana sales co., 
Batavia, 111. 2802 

Apr. 16, 1937. The grand 

duke's spurs, by Anthony Wayne. 
© 1 c. Apr. 28, 1937 ; D 49375 ; Cam- 
pana sales co., Batavia, 111. 2803 

First offender, by Simon M. Hugo; 

script no. 26. © 1 c. Mar. 31, 1937; 

D 48713; J. Edward Slavin, New 

Haven. 2804 

script no. 27. © 1 c. Apr. 7, 

1937; D 48878; J. Edward Slavin, 
New Haven. 2805 

script no. 28. © 1 c. Apr. 

15, 1937 ; D 49076 ; J. Edward Slavin, 
New Haven. 2806 

script no. 29. © 1 c. Apr. 20, 

1937; D 49209; J. Edward Slavin, 
New Haven. 2807 

Fish (A) story; a 1-act play, by M. 
Chippendale. © 1 c. Apr. 13, 1937; 
D 48992; Mary Chippendale, New 
York. 2808 

Flesh bondage; a drama in 3 acts, by 
A. Romano. © 1 c. Apr. 8, 1937; D 
49370; Armando Romano, Brooklyn. 

2809 



Fleur de lys ; ein filmszenario, von 
Franziska Klinger. Wien, Krystall- 
verlag [1937] 84 [2] p., front. 8vo. 
© Feb. 10, 1937; 1 c. Mar. 8; A— 
Foreign 34871 ; Franziska Klinger, 
Vienna. 2809* 

Flight into China ; a play in 3 acts, by 
P. S. Buck (Mrs. R. J. Walsh) © 
1 c. Apr. 23, 1937; D 49282; Pearl 

5. Buck (Mrs. Richard J. Walsh) 
Perkasie, Pa. 2810 

Fling at fifty ; comedy in 3 acts, by 
John Beach. © 1 c. Apr. 20, 1937; 
D 49249 ; John P. Beach, Cambridge, 
Mass. 2811 

Fling forth the -banners ; a drama in 3 
acts, by L. Rose. © 1 c. Apr. 8, 
1937; D 48925; Leonie Rose, New 
York. 2812 

Flood control. See Twenty short plays 
on a royalty holiday (1937 to 1940) 

Follow him up; by Jam Handy pic- 
ture service, inc. © 1 c. Apr. 16, 
1937 ; D 49079 ; General motors sales 
corp., Detroit. 2813 

Fools rush in; a farce comedy in 3 
acts, by Mildred Henry Merrill and 
J. S. Truesdell. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 1937 ; 
D 49366; Mildred Henry Miller, 
Cleveland, John S. Truesdell, Colum- 
bus, O. 2814 

Foot-lights and curtain; stage play in 
3 acts, by D. F. Mendola. © 1 c. 
Apr. 22, 1937; D 49301; Dominic 
Francis Mendola, Brooklyn. 2815 

For charity ; a comedy-melodrama in a 
prologue and 2 acts, by S. Carter. 
© 1 c. Apr. 23, 1937; D 49279; Syd- 
ney Carter, New York. 2816 

Fougas of the 23rd ; a farce in 4 acts, 
by A. Sterling. © 1 c. Mar. 24, 1937 ; 
D 48780 ; Ada Sterling, New York. 

2817 

Freud didn't know the half of it ; a 
comedy in 3 acts, by A. Van Wie. 
© 1 c. Apr. 22, 1937 ; D 49264 ; Anne 
Van Wie, New York. 2818 

Front (The) door. See Twenty short 
plavs on a royalty holiday (1937 to 
1940) 

Game (The) of life; Children's day 
pageant, text and lyrics by Verna 
Whinery, music by I. H. Meredith. 
New York city [1937] 20 p. © Mar. 

6, 1937 ; 2 c. Apr. 10 ; D 39260 ; Tul- 
lar-Meredith co., New York. 2819 



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2841 



Gang busters ; a radio broadcast pro- 
gram, by Benton & Bowles, inc. 
Mar. 24, 1937. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1937 ; 
D 48696; Benton & Bowles, inc., 
New York. 2820 

Mar. 31, 1937. © 1 c. Apr. 

7, 1937; D 48876; Benton & Bowles, 
inc., New York. 2821 

Apr. 7, 1937. © 1 c. Apr. 14, 

1937; D 49129; Benton & Bowles, 
inc., New York. 2822 

Apr. 14, 1937. © 1 c. Apr. 

23, 1937 ; D 49278 ; Benton & Bowles, 
inc., New York. 2823 

Apr. 21, 1937. © 1 c. Apr. 

24, 1937 ; D 49319 ; Benton & Bowles, 
inc., New York. 2824 

Garden court. See Mock trial. 

Geheimnis einer nacht ; operette in 3 
akten, yon Kurt Reich und Eduard 
Rogati, gesangstexte von Hanns Dek- 
ner, musik von Eduard Czajanek. 
Regiebuch. Berlin, 1937. 184 p. 
12mo. Text. © Feb. 15, 1937; 1 c. 
Mar. 29; D 48804; Allegro theater- 
verlag, g. m. b. h., Berlin. 2825 

Geheimvertrag (Der) ; lustspiel, von 
Louis von Kohl. © 1 c. Apr. 20, 
1937; D 49228; Felix Bloch erben, 
Berlin 2826 

Gentleman meets gentleman. See When 
gentlemen meet. 

Gentlemen, be seated ; a comedy in 3 
• acts, by C. Harris. © 1 c. Mar. 31, 
1937; D 48710; Claudia Harris, In- 
dianapolis. 2827 

a sit-down comedy, by J. Liss. 

© 1 c. Apr. 20, 1937 ; D 49210 ; Joseph 
Liss, New York. 2828 

Gentlemen of the press. See Adven- 
tures of big Bill Baker. 

Geordie ; a version in Scots of Bert, by 
Eden Phillpotts, by Felix Fair 
[pseud, of W. Craig Mitchell] Lon- 
don [1937] 23 p. diagr. 12mo. 
( [French's acting edition, no. 2009] ) 
© Apr. 12, 1937; 1 c. Apr. 23; D 
49285; Samuel French, ltd., London. 

2829 

George and Margaret; a comedy in 3 
acts, by G. Savory. © 1 c. Apr. 10, 
1937 ; D 48987 ; Gerald Savory, Lon- 
don. 2830 

German (The) band and the sidewalk 
cafe. See Honest working girl. 



Ghost (The) named Henry; a Scotch 
comedy in 1 act, by William Howard 
Wang. New York, London [etc., 
etc.] 1937. 26 p. diagr. 12mo. © 
Apr. 15, 1937 ; 2 c. Apr. 17 ; D 49139 ; 
Samuel French, New York. 2831 

Gilbert ; scenario, by L. Moeller from 
the books: Memories of a physician, 
by Alexander Dumas [pere] © 1 c. 
Apr. 6, 1937 ; D 49134 ; Lilly Moeller, 
New York. 2832 

Gillean ; a play in 4 acts, by B. C. Ken- 
nedy. © 1 c. Mar. 31, 1937 ; D 48751 ; 
Belle dimming Kennedy, Pasadena. 

2833 

Girl interne ; nos. 57-59, by Julian 
Flint. © 1 c. Apr. 28, 1937 ; D 49372 ; 
Himan Brown, New York. 2834 

Girl's (A) best friend ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Christine Ames [pseud, of 
M. M. Smith] © 1 c. Apr. 22, 1937 ; 
D 49275 ; Margaret Morrison Smith, 
Hollywood, Calif. 2835 

Glory (The) and the shame; the story 
of Benedict Arnold, by Dr. H. A. 
Heydt. © 1 c. Mar. 19, 1937; D 
48863 ; Herman A. Heydt, New York. 

2836 

God takes a holiday ; or Monumental 
hill, a 2-act play, by Leota Morgan 
[i. e. L. M. Boehm] © 1 c. Apr. 2, 
1937; D 48771; Leota Morgan 
Boehm, New York. 2837 

Godmother-in-law ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Arthur Darby [pseud, of A. Dobse- 
witz] © 1 c. Mar. 10, 1937 ; D 48776 ; 
Arthur Dobsewitz, New York. 2838 

Goldilocks and the 3 bears; by I. 
Wicker. Text. © 1 c. Apr. 17, 1937 ; 
D 49162 ; Ireene Wicker, New York. 

2839 

Government listens. See Health rack- 
eteers. 

Gramp; a comedy of character in 3 
acts, by B. Loving. © 1 c. Apr. 9, 
1937; D 48959; Boyce Loving, Rich- 
mond. 2840 

Grand duke'^ spurs. See First nighter. 

Grand hotel; Mar. 21, 1937, Dear en- 
emies, a radio broadcast, by Carolvn 
Clarke. © 1 c. Mar. 29, 1937; D 
48686; Campana sales co., Batavia, 
111. 2841 

Mar. 28, 1937. The boy who dis- 
covered Easter, a radio broadcast, by 



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2842 



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Grand hotel — Continued. 

Elizabeth McFadden. © 1 c. Apr. 6, 
1937; D 48824; Campana sales co., 
Batavia, 111. 2842 

April 4, 1937, Stage mother, a 

radio broadcast, by Arch Oboler. © 
1 c. Apr. 8, 1937 ; D 48897 ; Campana 
sales co., Batavia, 111. 2843 

Great lady ; a musical biography in 2 
acts, book by E. Crooker and L. Bren- 
tano, lyrics by E. Crooker, music by 
Frederick Loewe. Text. © 1 c. 
Mar. 11, 1937 ; D 48791 ; Lowell Bren- 
tano, New York, and Earle Crooker, 
Carversville, Pa. 2844 

Greek (A) boy gone astray. See Para- 
stratemeno (To) elenopoulo. 

Green (The) Hornet; by Francis 
Striker. Nos. A-117, A-118, © 1 c. 
each Apr. 2, 1937; D 48730, 48731; 
King-Trendle broadcasting corp., De- 
troit. 2845, 2846 

nos. A-119, A-120. © 1 c. 

each Apr. 8, 1937; D 48899, 48900; 
King-Trendle broadcasting corp., De- 
troit. 2847, 2848 

nos. A-121, A-122. © 1 c. 

each Apr. 14, 1937; D 49026, 49027; 
King-Trendle broadcasting corp., De- 
troit. 2849, 2850 

nos. A-123, A-124. © 1 c. 

each Apr. 21, 1937; D 49223, 49224, 
King-Trendle broadcasting corp., De- 
troit. 2851, 2852 

Green mamba ; a drama in 3 acts, by J. 
Floyd and J. Loudon. © 1 c. Apr. 
16, 1937; D 49378; John Floyd and 
John Loudon, New York. 2853 

Green paint ; an Irish fantasy in 3 
acts, by Mary Manning. © 1 c. Apr. 
21, 1937; D 49251; Mary Manning 
Howe, Boston. 2854 

Grosse (Der) preis. See Derby der 
kleinen leute. 

Guiding ( The ) light ; episodes nos. 28- 
49, by Irna Phillips. © 1 c. each 
Apr. 6, 1937; D 48796; Procter & 
Gamble co., Cincinnati. 2855 

Guilty (The) ; a drama in # 8 scenes and 
a prologue, by E. L. Kanter and E. 
Kanter. © 1 c. Apr. 20, 1937; D 
49243 ; Estella L. Kanter and Eman- 
uel Kanter, New York. 2856 

Gutmutige (Der) mann ; komodie in 5 
akten, nach Oliver Goldsmith, von 
Friedrich Wilhelm Hoboiken. Ber- 
lin [1937] 2 p. 1., viii, [3J-114 p. 



12mo. © Feb. 1, 1937; 1 c. Apr. 1; 
D 48805 ; Arcadia verlag, g. m. b. h., 
Berlin. 2857 

Hands of scarlet; a mystery drama in 
4 acts, by P. A. Royale. © 1 c. Mar. 
13, 1937; D 49194; Patricia Ann 
Royale, Los Angeles. 2858 

Harang es kalapacs ; szinmu 3 felvon- 
asban, irta Andai Erno [i. e. Erno 
Andai] © 1 c. Mar. 31, 1937; D 
49207 ; George L. Bard, New York. 

2859 

Haunted (The) tea room; a 'teen age 
comedy in 3 acts, by Anne Coulter 
Martens. Boston, Mass., Los An- 
geles, Cal. [1937] 67 p. diagr. 
12mo. ( [Baker's plays for ama- 
teurs]) © Apr. 1, 1937; 2 c. Apr. 
12; D 48973; Walter H. Baker co., 
Boston, Mass. 2860 

Hants (Les) de Hurlevent ; piece en 3 
acts, par M. Rostand et Georges Van- 
deric [pseud, of G. van Hove] d'apres 
Emily Bronte. © 1 c. Apr. 12, 1937 ; 
D 49063; Maurice Rostand and 
Georges van Hove, Paris. 2861 

He was born to fly. See Born to fly. 

He who laughs last ; [by] Leota Hulse 
Black. Sioux City, la., 1937. 3 
numb. 1. 4to. © Feb. 1, 1937; 2 c. 
Apr. 3 ; D 48937 ; Wetmore declama- 
tion bureau, Sioux City, la. 2862 

Heads-up-baseball ; fundamentals of the 
national game, by G. J. Moriarty. © 
1 c. Apr. 14, 1937 ; D 49169 ; George J. 
Moriarity, Chicago. 2863 

Health (The) racketeers; by George B. 
Larson. No. 1, Pandora's box. © 1 
c. Apr. 8, 1937 ; D 48910 ; State medi- 
cal society of Wisconsin, Madison, 
Wis. 2864 

no. 2. A bottled thief. © 1 c. 

Apr. 8, 1937 ; D 48911 ; State medical 
society of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. 

2865 



no. 3. A racketeer with an 

alias. © 1 c. Apr. 8, 1937 ; D 48912 ; 
State medical society of Wisconsin, 
Madison, Wis. 2866 

no. 4. Death peddlers. © 1 c. 



Apr. 8, 1937 ; D 48913 ; State medical 
society of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. 

2S67 

no. 5. False security. © 1 c. 



Apr. 8, 1937 ; D 4S915 ; State medical 
society of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. 

2868 



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no. 4, 1937 



no. 6. The yellow yanders. 

© 1 c. Apr. 8, 1937; D 48916; State 
medical society of Wisconsin, Madi- 



son, Wis. 



2869 



no. 7. Vanity of youth. © 

1 c. Apr. 8, 1937 ; D 48917 ; State med- 
ical society of Wisconsin, Madison, 
Wis. 2870' 

no. 8. Liquid danger. © 1 c. 



Apr. 8, 1937 ; D 4S918 : State medical 
society of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. 

2871 

no. 9. The government lis- 



tens. © 1 c. Apr. 8, 1937 ; D 48914 ; 
State medical society of Wisconsin, 
Madison, Wis. 2872 

Heat lightning ; a comedy drama in 3 
acts, by E. B. Frantz, © 1 c. Apr. 26, 
1937; D 49326; Edna B. Frantz, 
Lansdowne, Pa. 2873 

Hello, Peggy : programs nos. 102-105, 
by Blanche Gaines. © 1 c each Mar. 
30, 1937 ; D 48746 ; Drackett co., Cin- 
cinnati. 2874 

programs nos. 106-109, by George 

F. Sparling. © 1 c. each Apr. 14, 
1937; D 49018; Drackett co., Cincin- 
nati. 2875 

Henry the Fourth, pt. 1. See New vari- 
orum edition of Shakespeare. 

Her father's wife ; a photoplay, by C. G. 
Hill. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1937 ; D 49146 ; 
Chlorine Gladys Hill, Suffolk, Va. 

2876 

a play in 5 acts, by W. C. Mealing. 

© 1 c. Apr. 3, 1937; D 48894; Wil- 
liam Cyrus Mealing, Williamsport, 
Pa. 2877 

Hey, there mon amigo ; by A. Anderson. 
© 1 c. Apr. 17, 1937; D 49196; Ade- 
laide Anderson, New York. 2878 

High places ; a serio-comic adventure in 
3 acts, by G. Middleton. © 1 c. Apr. 
14, 1937 ; D 49058 ; George Middleton, 
New York. 2879 

Highwayman (The) See At the Silver 
Swan. 

Hollywood (The) extras; episodes 1-3, 
by Elsie and Robert James Mackie. 
© 1 c. Mr. 1, 1937; D 49300; Elsie 
and Robert James Mackie, New York. 

2880 

Hollywood gold diggers; a comedy in 1 
act, by H. Howard. © 1 c. Apr. 1. 
1937 : D 48790 : Harry Howard, New 
York. 2881 



Hollywood's bureau of missing persons ; 
by R. Dillon. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 1937 ; D 
49145; Robert Dillon, Hollywood, 
Calif. 2882 

Homines (Les) ; piece en 5 actes et dix 
tableaux, par Paul Vialar. (In Les 
CEuvres libres, no. 187) © Jan. 1, 
1937 ; 1 c. Apr. 12 ; D 49341 ; Paul Via- 
lar, Neuilly-s-Seine, France. 2883 

Honest (The) working girl; a radio 
script, by Thomas H. McKnight and 
Robert Ross. no. 12. The beauty 
shop. © 1 c. Apr. 6, 1937 ; D 48858 ; 
McKnight & Jordan, inc., New York. 

2884 

no. 13. Ermintrude's cooking 

accident and Mrs. Rutledge's reduc- 
ing exercise. © 1 c. Apr. 10, 1937 ; D 
49003 ; McKnight & Jordan, inc., New 
York. 2885 

no. 14. The raffle & The court 



trial. © 1 c. Apr. 17, 1937 ; D 49176 ; 
McKnight and Jordan, inc., New 
York. 2886 



no. 15. The German band and 

the sidewalk cafe. © 1 c. Apr. 24, 
1937; D 49321; McKnight & Jordan, 
inc., New York. 2887 

Honesty saves the day ; a comedy in 1 
act, by Stan Dabkowski [i. e. S. J. 
Dabkowski] © 1 c. Apr. 28, 1937 ; D 
49376; Stanley J. Dabkowski, New 
Britain, Conn. 2888 

Honey moon cottage ; a drama by J. B. 
Womack. © 1 c. Apr. 12, 1937; D 
48993; Julia B. Womack. Lakin, 
W. Va. 2889 

Honeymoon couple. See One-act (The) 
theatre. 

Horyedong. See Plow are you doing. 

Hounded by hate ; a melodrama in 3 
short scenes, by Albert A. Ostrow. 
Boston, Mass., Los Angeles, Cal. 
[1937] 25 p. 12 mo. ( [Baker's plays 
for amateurs]) © Apr. 1, 1937; 2c. 
Apr. 12 ; D 48981 ; Walter H. Baker 
co., Boston. 2890 

House in the country ; a 3-act comedv, 
by P. Shay. © 1 c. Apr. 23, 1937 ; D 
49281 ; Paula Shay, New York. 2891 

House on fire. See Star spangled. 

Houseboat Hannah ; continuities nos. 
121 E. T.-135 E. T., by Irving Ven- 
dig. © 1 c. each Apr. 6, 1937; D 
48795; Procter & Gamble co.. Cincin- 
nati. 2892 



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2893 



pt. i, n. s., v. 10 



How are you doing. (Horyedo-ng) : 
story and scenario, by L. Moeller. © 
1 c. Apr. 16, 1937; D 49108; Lilly 
Moeller, New York. 2893 

How he got married ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by J. V. Millford [pseud, of 
W. F. Sipek] © 1 c. Mar. 31, 1937 ; 
D 48706 ; Walter Frank Sipek, Cleve- 
land. 2894 

How to get married ; a farce-comedy 
in 3 acts, by Marion MacKaye. New 
York, Samuel French ; London, Samuel 
French, ltd. [etc., etc.] 1937. 54 p. 
diagr. 12mo. © Apr. 14, 1937; 2 c. 
Apr. 16 ; D 49111 ; Marion MacKaye, 
New York. 2895 

Humanity intrigued ; a drama in 4 
scenes, by J. Y. Millford [pseud, of 
W. F. Sipek] © 1 c. Mar. 31, 1937; 
D 48708 ; Walter Frank Sipek, Cleve- 
land. 2896 

Hunted (The) man; a playlet in 7 
scenes, by F. J. Duquesne. © 1 c. 
Mar. 29, 1937; D 48679; Fritz Du- 
quesne, New York. 2897 

I sent my soul ; a play in 2 acts, by C. 
Crowell. © 1 c. Apr. 23, 1937; D 
49277; Carteret Crowell, New York. 

2898 

Idiot (The) See Prince Idiot. 

If the court please ; a comedy in 2 acts 
and a prologue, by J. Marshall. © 
1 c. Apr. 2, 1937 ; D 48767 ; Janet Mar- 
shall, New Haven. 2899 

Inkslingers ; a farce in 1 act, by Mignon 
Jenkyns. New York, London [etc., 
■etc.] [1937] 22 p. diagr. 12mo. © 
Apr. 5, 1937 ; 2 c. Apr. 10 ; D 48949 ; 
Samuel French, New York. 2900 

Inn (The) of return. See Twenty short 
plays on a royalty holiday (1937 to 
1940) 

Inspector-general (The) (Revizor) ; a 
Russian farce-comedy, by Nikolai Go- 
gol, translated and adapted for Amer- 
ican production by John Dolman, jr. 
and Benjamin Rothberg. Boston, 
Mass., Los Angeles, Calif. [1937] 2 
pi. 1., 3-154 p. plates, diagrs. 12mo. 
( [Baker's professional plays] ) © 
Mar. 27, 1937 ; 2 c. Apr. 12 ; D 48974 ; 
Walter H. Baker cc, Boston. 2901 

International (The) gentleman; by E. 
M. Thomas. © 1 c. Apr. 28, 1937; 
D 49373; Edwin M. Thomas, Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 2902 

Interview (An) with death. See Ex- 
periences (The) of a million men. 



Into evil; a play in 15 scenes, by J. 
Stevens. © 1 c. Apr. 27, 1937; D 
49339; Jeanne Stevens, New York. 

2903 

Isaac Barker : Puritan, a play in 3 acts, 
E. H. Hinkley. © 1 c. Apr. 27, 1937 ; 
D 49338; Eleanor Holmes Hinkley, 
Cambridge, Mass. 2904 

It happens every day ; a 1-act play, by 
J. R. Silverman. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 
1937 ; D 48694 ; Joseph R. Silverman, 
Chicago. 2905 

It's a boy ; by J. McMahill, jr. © 1 c. 
Apr. 24, 1937; D 49315; John Mc- 
Mahill, jr., Chicago. 2906 

It's a great life ; a play in 4 acts, by 
A. Bartlett. © 1 c. Apr. 14, 1937 ; D 
49034; Arthur Bartlett, Los Angeles. 

2907 

It's murder ! ! ! an eccentric comedy in 
1 act, by Edwin O'Hanlon. New 
York city [1937] 35 p. 12mo. © 
Mar. 16, 1937 ; 2 c. Apr. 12 ; D 48996 ; 
Fitzgerald pub. corp., New York. 

2908 

Ivory fan ; a Japanese Camille, in 3 
acts, by G. Eckstein. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 
1937 ; D 48866 ; Gustav Eckstein, Cin- 
cinnati. 2909 

Jazz vs. swing ; a courtroom minstrel, 
by Theresa Elizabeth Manfreda. © 

I c. Mar. 31, 1937 ; D 48762 ; Theresa 
E. Manfreda, Wallingford, Conn. 

2910 

Jean Sibelius ; by S. Flock. © 1 c. Mar. 
31, 1937 ; D 48716 ; Salle Flock, Cleve- 
land. 2911 

Jour (Le) de gloire; piece en 3 actes et 

II tableaux dont un prologue [par] 
Andre Bisson et Meg Villars, d'apres 
un conte de Charles Dickens. [Paris] 
1937. 39, [3] p. illus. 4to. [(La 
Petitie illustration, no. 811)] © 
Feb. 27, 1937 ; 1 c. Apr. 12 ; D 49057 ; 
Andre Bisson and Meg Villars, Paris. 

2912 

Joy o' my life ; a comedy in 2 acts, with 
music, play by Edwin R. Meiss, music 
by Marshall Bartholomew (from tra- 
ditional Appalachian mountain folk 
tunes and lyrics) Text. © 1 c. Apr. 
17, 1937 ; D 49199 ; Edwin Roy Meiss, 
Woodbridge, Conn. 2913 

Junior G men of America, a dramatic 
composition adapted to presentation 
by radio, by Bradford G. Hathaway. 
Feb. 22, 24, 26. Mar. 1, 3, 5, 8, 10, 12, 
15, 17, 19, 1937. © 1 c. each Apr. 7, 



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no. 4, 1937 



2962 



1937 ; D 48834-48845; Bradford G. 
Hathaway inc., Newark, N. J. 

2914-2925 

Mar. 22, 24, 26, 29, 31, Apr. 2, 



1937. © 1 c. each Apr. 27, 1937; D 
4931&-49354 ; Bradford G. Hathaway, 
Newark, N. J. 2926-2931 

Junior patrol presentation; no. 1, by 
Stanley Whitman. © 1 c. Apr. 20, 
1937 ; D 49255 ; Neff-Rogow, inc., New 
York. 2932 

Just an afternoon ; a comedy in 1 scene, 
by L. Fonnesbeck. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 
1937; D 48693; Liijah Fonnesbeck, 
New York. 2933 

Just Mary ; episodes 1-6, a radio sketch, 
by M. Thompson. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 
1937 ; D 49256 ; Magda Thompson, 
New York. 2934 

Kaiser mid konig ; schauspiel, von 
Hans Rehberg. Berlin [1936] 111, 
[1] p. 12mo. © Dec. 10, 1936 ; 1 c. 
Apr. 6, 1937; D 48951; S. Fischer 
veriag, a. g., Berlin. 2935 

Keepsakes ; an ironic comedy-drama in 
1 act, bv D. V. Davis. © 1 c. Apr. 
6, 1937;' D 48852; Dorothy Vernon 
Davis, Birmingham, Ala. 2936 

King David. See Shadow of the palace. 

Kitty Keene, inc., continuities nos. 206 
E. T.-220 E. T., by Wallace K. Nor- 
man and Day Keene. © 1 c. each 
Apr. 6, 1937; D 48793; Procter & 
Gamble co., Cincinnati. 2937 

Kleist. See Sieger. 

Kwestionite, inc. ; a vauderville skit in 
1 act [by Paul J. Hodges] 1937 2 
numb. 1. 4to. © Feb. 15, 1937 ; 2 c. 
and aff. Apr. 1; AA 232153; Kwes- 
tionite, inc., Memphis, Tenn. 2938 

Land of gold. See Saga of gold. 

Laugh. God ! by J. L. Schwartz. © 1 c. 
Apr. 1, 1937; D 48764; Jerome L. 
Schwartz, Columbus, O. 2939 

Lawd, does You undahstan'? See 
Twenty short plays on a royalty holi- 
day (1937 to 1940) 

Legal lovers; a play in 3 acts, by P. 
Haiprin. © 1 c. Apr. 9, 1987; D 
48922; Paul Haiprin, New York. 

2940 

Legend of Cid Rodrigo Diaz de Vivar, 
el campeador ; a play in 2 parts, by 
Luisa V. R. de Monroy. © 1 c. Apr. 
14, 1937 ; D 49202 ; Luisa Van Rooten 
de Monroy, Mexico, D. F. 2941 



Lend me your ears; a play in 3 acts, 
by Philip Wood and Stewart Beach. 
New York, London [etc., etc.] 1937. 
120 p. diagr. 12mo. [(French's 
standard library edition)] Acting 
edition. © Apr. 23, 1937; 2 c. Apr. 
26; D 49345; Samuel French, New 
York. 2942 

Let my people go ; a play in 7 scenes, 
by Albert Crews. © 1 c. Apr. 12, 
1937; D 49088; Albert R. Crews, 
Evanston, 111. 2943 

Let's fight with music ; an international 
spectacle in 3 acts, by M. Gottesman. 
© 1 c. Apr. 1, 1937 ; D 48750 ; Meyer 
Gottesman, Brooklyn. 2944 

Let's give a play ; [by] Gertrude Smith 
Buckland, illustrated by Paula 
Hutchinson. New York [1937] 197 
p. illus. 8vo. Contents. — When 
Lincoln was a boy.— Washington vis- 
its his soldiers. — A bit o' shamrock. — 
What Easter means. — The right kind 
of remembering.— The birth of Old 
Glory. — The man with one idea. — ■ 
Thanksgiving up to date. — Babouska 
sees it through. © Apr. 12, 1937; 
2 c. Apr. 15; aff. Apr. 14; A 105295; 
Thomas Y. Crowell co., New York. 

2944* 

Leybush fun Lemberg; a musical com- 
edy in 2 acts, by A. L. Springer. 
Text. 

2 ]»x nyaxp Vyp'na rnysay 1 ? pa vnz»b 
.nyanao .b .xax jia ijyapx 
© 1 c. Apr. 23, 1937 ; D 49293 ; Abra- 
ham Leon Springer, New York. 2945 

Liebe auf welle 506 ; lustspiel in 3 akten, 
von Fritz Gottwald. Regie- und 
soufflierbuch. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 1937; 
D 49242 ; Veriag Max Pf effer, Vienna. 

2946 

Life, death and love ; a Biblical drama 
in 7 acts, by N. W. Beal. © 1 c. Apr. 
14, 1937 ; D 49127 ; Norman William 
Beal, Philadelphia. 2947 

Life (The) of Mary Sothern ; by Don 
Becker, scripts nos. 630-635. © 1 
c. each Mar. 31, 1937 ; D 48723-48728 ; 
Crosley radio corp., Cincinnati. 

2948-2953 



script nos. 636-640. © 1 c. 

each Apr. 6, 1937; D 48871-48875; 
Crosley radio Corp., Cincinnati. 

2954-2958 

scripts nos. 641-644. © 1 c. 



each Apr. 14, 1937; D 49059-49062; 
Crosley radio corp., Cincinnati. 

2959^-2962 



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2963 



pt. i, n. s., v. 10 



Life (The) of Mary Sothern — Continued. 
scripts nos. 645-648. © 1 c. 

each Apr. 20, 1937; D 49203-49206; 

Crosley radio corp., Cincinnati. 

2963-2966 

Light lyrics; June 1, 1936, by Wade 
Thompson. © 1 c. Apr. 23, 1937; D 
49262 ; Strang & Presser advertising 
agency, Seattle. 2987 

Lily Moon ; a play in 3 acts, by B. 
Davis. © 1 c. Apr. 9, 1937 ; D 48928; 
Bernard S. Davis, New York. 2968 

Linda Storm ; a play in 3 acts, by P. 
Grennis. © 1 c. Apr. 2, 1937; D 
48769; Paula Grennis, Los Angeles. 

2969 

Liquid danger. See Health racketeers. 

Little women ; a complete radio version, 
by M. E. Thompson and D. Day, of 
Louisa M. Alcott's masterpiece, Lit- 
tle women. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 1937 ; D 
48967; Mary E. Thompson and Dor- 
othy Day, Chicago. 2970 

Lone (The) Ranger; by Francis 
Striker, nos. A-253— A-255. © 1 c. 
each Apr. 2, 1937; D 48732-48734; 
Lone Ranger, inc., Detroit. 

2971-2973 

nos. A-256— A-258, © 1 c. 



each Apr. 8, 1937; D 48906-48908; 
Lone Ranger, inc., Detroit. 

2974-2976 

nos. A-259— A-261. © 1 c. 



each Apr. 14, 1937; D 49023-49025; 
Lone Ranger, inc., Detroit. 

2977-2979 

nos. A-262— A-264. © 1 c. 



each Apr. 21, 1937; D 49215-49217; 
Lone Ranger, inc., Detroit. 

2980-2982 

Lost laughter; a 1-act play, by M. S. 

Lawler. © 1 c. Apr. 20, 1937; D 

49252; Margretta Scott Lawler. 

Kirkwood, Mo. 2983 

Lost romance ; a play in 3 acts, by 

Catherine Crunden Wade. © 1 c. 

Apr. 15, 1937 ; D 49130 ; Catherine C. 

Wade, Webster Groves, Mo. 2984 

Lost (The) trail; a play of western 
military life in 4 acts and 5 scenes, 
by Anthony E. Wills. New York, 
N. Y., Los Angeles, Calif., London, 
[etc., etc.] 1930. 121 p. diagrs. 
12mo. [(French's international 
copyrighted edition of the works of 
the best authors, no. 676)] Acting 
edition by Charles O'Brien Ken- 
nedv. © July 10, 1930 ; 2 c. Mar. 12, 
1937; D 48893; Samuel French, New 
York. 2985 



Love in parentheses ; a play in 3 acts, 
by A. Carriere. © 1 c. Apr. 8, 1937 ; 
D 48921; Albert Carriere, New 
Haven. 2986 

Love thy father and thy mother; a 
marionette play, in 2 scenes, bv R. 
F. Carlyn. © 1 c. Apr. 1, 1937; D 
49187; Rose F. Carlyn, New York. 

2987 

Love- varsity ; an operetta in 2 acts 
with prologue, libretto and lyrics by 
V. Graham, music by C. Lapham. 
© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1937; D 39257; 
Claude Lapham and Vivian Graham, 
New York. 2988 

Lucky money ; a play in 3 acts, by M. 
Marks. © 1 c. Mar. 31, 1937; D 
48717 ; Maurice Marks, New York. 

2989 

Lucrezia del Borgo, regina di Spagna 
ed assassina di Campagnia ; in 5 atti, 
di S. Giunta. © 1 c. Apr. 20, 1937; 
D 49192; Stefano Giunta, Garfield, 
N. J. 2990 

Lunatic (The) from Boston; a play in 
4 acts, by N. Matson. © 1 c. Apr. 23, 
1937; D 49280; Norman Matson, 
Wellfleet, Mass. 2991 

Lydana ; story and scenario, by L. 
Moeller. © 1 c. Apr. 16, 1937; D 
49107; Lilly Moeller, New York. 

2992 

Ma liberte! piece en 3 actes et 4 
tableaux [par] Denys Amiel. [Paris] 
1937. 34, [2] p. illus. 4to. [(La 
Petite illustration, no. 809)] © Feb. 
13, 1937; 1 c. Apr. 12; D 49055; 
Denys Amiel, Paris. 2993 

Machine age ; a play in 2 acts, by Wil- 
liam Sully. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 1937 ; D 
48779 ; William Thomas Sully, Wood- 
side, L. I., N. Y. 2994 

Mad (The) tzars; a play in 3 acts, by 
M. M. H. Yurlova. © 1 c. Apr. 21, 
1937: D 49288; Marina M. Hver 
Yurlova, New York. 2995 

Madame est avec moi ; comedie- vaude- 
ville en 3 actes, de Pierre Veber. © 
1 c. Apr. 12, 1937; D 49064; Pierre 
Veber, Paris. 2996 

Madame Pompadour; episodes 1, 2, by 
Elsie and Robert James Mackie. © 
1 c. Feb. 6, 1937 : D 49299 ; Elsie and 
Robert James Mackie, New York. 

2997 

Madame President; by G. S. Barton. 
© 1 c. Apr. 15, 1937 ; D 49135 ; Ger- 
vaise Sidney Barton, Brooklyn. 

299S 



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no. 4, 1937 



3022 



Madrid dispatch ; a 1-act drama, by A. 
Zucker. © 1 c. Apr. 23, 1937; D 
49268; Abraham Zucker, New York. 

2999 

Maestro (The) ; a 1-act play, by M. 
Sanders. © 1 c. Apr. 16, 1937; D 
49074: Max Sanders, Ottawa, On- 
tario, Canada. 3000 

Magic (Tlie) fishbone; by I. Wicker. 
Text. © 1 c. Apr. 17, 1937 ; D 49161 ; 
Ireene Wicker, New York. 3001 

Magic (The) flute; by I. Wicker. 
Text. © 1 c. Apr. 17, 1937 ; D 49160 ; 
Ireene Wicker, New York. 3002 

Maid (The) as mistress. See Serva 
(La) padrona. 

Man (The) comes down from the 
moon ; musical playlet based on 
Northland songs, by John Murray 
Gibbon. Toronto, Canada [1937] 
15 p. illus. 12mo. cover-title. 
Text. © Apr. 14, 1937 : 1 c. Apr. 16 ; 
D 49110; Gordon V. Thompson, ltd., 
Toronto, Canada. 3003 

Man to man; a drama of the history 
of communication, in 22 scenes, 
written especially for the 4-H clubs, 
by Howard Southgate. © 1 c. Apr. 
19, 1937; D 49179; National com- 
mittee on boys and girls club work, 
inc., Chicago. 3004 

Manhattan mother ; episodes nos. 2-9, 
Orin Tovrov. © 1 c. each Apr. 26, 
1937; D 49357-49364; Columbia 
broadcasting system, inc., station 
WBBM, Chicago. 3005-3012 

Marcelle. See Theatre complet. 

Marie goes to Warsaw. See One-act 
(The^ theatre. 

Marriage (A) has been disarranged; a 
comedy for women, in 1 act, by Mu- 
riel and Sydney Box. London, New 
York [etc., etc.] Samuel French, 
ltd. [1936] 23 p. diagr. 12mo. 
( [French's acting edition, no. 2417] ) 
© Nov. 5, 1936 ; 1 c. Dec. 3 ; D 48809 ; 
Muriel Box, London. 3013 

Martha and Mary; a 1-act play, by 
Muriel and Sydney Box. London, 
New York [etc., etc.] Samuel 
French, ltd. [1936] 24 p. diagr. 
12mo. ( [French's acting edition, no. 
2428] ) © Nov. 5, 1936 ; 1 c. Dec. 3 ; 
D 48813 ; Muriel Box, London. 3014 

Martyrdom of a fiancee. See Marty- 
rion tis arrevoniasmenis. 



Maprvpiov (To) rijs tipptfiwviao n'ev-qs] dpa/jia. 
elsTrpa^eis rpels viro Xpicrrov Hairaxp^rov. 
Nashua, N. H. [1936] 4 p. 1., 41 numb. 
1. incl. port. 4to. Title transliter- 
ated: To martyrion tis arrevonias- 
menis. Title translated : The mar- 
tyrdom of a fiancee. © Aug. 15, 
1936; 2 c. Mar. 31, 1937; D 48719; 
Christos Papachristou, Nashua, N. H. 

3015 

Mary Lucy. See Warum liigst du, 
cherie . . . ? 

Mein sohn, der Herr Minister (Fis- 
ton) ; lustpiel in 4 akten, von Andre 
Birabeau. © 1 c. Apr. 20, 1937; D 
49229 ; Felix Bloch erben, Berlin. 

3016 

Meistersinger. See Prize (The) song. 

Melody (The) of peace; a summer fes- 
tival of prayer and praise for Chil- 
dren's day or general use [text] by 
Valeria R. Lehman [music by] For- 
rest G. Walter. New York, N. Y. 
[1937] 16 p. 8vo. cover-title. © 
Jan. 20, 1937 ; 2 c. Apr. 10 ; D 39259 ; 
Tullar-Meredith co., New York. 

3017 

Melody (The) that got lost; a fantasy 
in 2 parts, by K. Abell, adapted by 
Francis Sinclair and Ronald Adam. 
© 1 c. Feb. 27, 1937 ; D 48867 ; Kjeld 
Abell, Copenhagen. 3018 

Memorial to Death Valley pioneers. 
See Death Valley days. 

Memories of a physician. See Gilbert. 

Men working ; a WPA project, book 
and lyrics by S. R. Noble. Text. © 
1 c. Apr. 22, 1937 ; D 49261 ; Sheldon 
Roby Noble, Detroit. 3019 

Midnight sailing; a dramatic compo- 
sition in 3 acts, book by S. Stoddard, 
music and lyrics by John F. Benkel- 
man. Libretto only. © 1 c. Apr. 8, 
1937; D 48966; Susanne Stoddard, 
Detroit. 3020 

Military march ; a drama in 3 acts, by 
M. S. Croy and H. Ford. © 1 c. Apr. 
13, 1937 ; D 49037 ; Mae Savell Croy 
and Harriet Ford, New York. 3021 

Millenium ; a play in 3 acts, by Cyril 
and Alice Kay-Scott [pseud, of F. C. 
Wellman and A. W. Flanders] © 1 c. 
Apr. 7, 1937; D 49303; Frederic 
Creighton Wellman and Alice Well- 
man Flanders, New York. 3022 



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3023 



pt. i, n. s., v. 10 



Mind over matter; [by] Leota Hulse 
Black. ' Sioux City, la., 1937. 3 
numb. 1. 4to. © Feb. 1, 1937; 2 c. 
Apr. 3 ; D 4S938 ; Wetmore declama- 
tion bureau, Sioux City, la. 3023 

Mirage ; a play in 3 acts, by C. H. Bar- 
clay. © 1 c. Apr. 12, 1937 ; D 48989 ; 
Carleton Henry Barclay, New York. 

3024 

Mirror (The) crack'd; a play in 3 acts, 
by J. Crosby. © 1 c. Apr. 24, 1937 ; 
D 49327 ; John Crosby, New York. 

3025 

Miss Linley of Bath ; a play in 3 acts, 
by Mary Sheridan. London, New 
York [etc., etc.] [1936] 115 p. 
diagrs. 12mo. ( [French's acting 
edition, no. 1825] ) © July 20, 1936 ; 
1 c. Apr. 9, 1937; D 48953; Samuel. 
French, ltd., London. 3026 

Mrs. Socrates' husband; a play in 4 
acts, by A. Van De Kamp. © 1 c 
Apr. 17, 1937; D 49128; Agnes Van 
De Kamp, Milwaukee. 3027 

Mock trial (Garden court) ; by Clara 
C. Thompson. © 1 c. Feb. 10, 1937; 
D 49201 ; Old York road garden club, 
Jenkintown, Pa. 3028 

Modern morals; a play in 3 -acts, by 
G. Gibson. © 1 c. Mar. 29, 1937; D 
48681 ; Gerolt Gibson, Saint Louis. 

3029 

Modern (The) robbers; a dialogue, by 
John Stessin. © 1 c. Apr. 9, 1937; 
D 49010; John T. Stessin, Miami. 

3030 

Monkey house. See Twenty short plays 
on a royalty holiday (1937 to 1940) 

Monsieur Gardenia ; comedie en 3 actes, 
de J. de Letraz. © 1 c. Apr. 15, 1937 ; 
D 49137 ; Jean de Letraz, Saint-Cloud, 
(S. & O.) France. 30-31 

Monumental hill. See God takes a holi- 
day. 

Moon (The) maiden; by I. Wicker. 
Text. © 1 c. Apr. 17, 1937 ; D 49156 ; 
Ireene Wicker, New York. 3032 

More power for less money ; by Jam 
Handy picture service, inc. © 1 c. 
Apr. 16, 1937 ; D 49083 ; Standard oil 
co. (Indiana) Chicago. 3033 

Mortimer Gooch ; episode no. 19 revised, 
20, by C. D. MacMillan. © 1 c. each 
Mar. 29, 1937; D 48677, 48678; Co- 
lumbia broadcasting system, inc., sta- 
tion WBBM, Chicago. 3034, 3035 



Mother's bed-time story ; a 1-act Town- 
send play, by Don E. Lee. [1937] 
24 p. 12mo. © Mar. 22, 1937; 2 c. 
Mar. 29; D 48758; Four lakes dra- 
matic co., Madison, Wis. 3036 



See Yes, my darling 



Mother's day. 
daughter. 



Much ado about nothing ; scenario 
adapted from Shakespeare's play, by 
L. Moeller. © 1 c. Apr. 24, 1937; D 
49334 ; Lilly Moeller, New York. 

3037 

Muiiecos . . . ; drama cinematografico, 
original de Roberto Ortegas, Primera 
version. Barcelona [J. M. Terri- 
cabras] 1936. 71 p. 12mo. © Dec. 
14, 1936 ; 1 c. Apr. 8, 1937 ; D 49296 ; 
Robert Mainou, Barcelona, Spain. 

3038 

Murder at Gooseberry inn ; a play in 3 
acts, by I. Haas. © 1 c. Apr. 13, 1937 ; 
D 49017 ; Irwin Haas, Brooklyn. 

3039 



Murder by proxie. See You may 
next. 



be 



Musical moments ; a musical comedy in 
1 act, text by S. A. Masselle, lyrics 
and music by M. A. Ecker. © 1 c. 
Mar. 30, 1937; D 39255; Milton A. 
Ecker, Newburgh, N. Y. 3040 

Musicians by ear; a play in 10 parts, 
by H. Malack. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 1937 ; 
D 48854 ; Harry Malack, Pittsburgh. 

3041 

My kingdom for a — ; a 1-act play for 
girls, by Muriel and Sydney Box. 
London, Samuel French [1936] 26 p. 
diagr. 12mo. ([French's acting edi- 
tion, no. 2172] ) © Dec. 1, 1936 ; 1 c. 
Mar. 31, 1937 ; D 48718 ; Muriel Box, 
London. 3042 

My lady's charm; a play in 3 acts, by 
Sally Shute. Boston, Mass., Los An- 
geles, Cal. [1937] 70 p. diagr. 
12mo. ( [Baker's plays for amateurs] ) 
© Apr. 1, 1937 ; 2 c. Apr. 12 ; D 48979 ; 
Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 3043 

My object all sublime ; a play in 3 acts, 
by G. Allvine. © 1 c. Apr. 6, 1937 ; D 
48850 ; Glendone Allvine, Los Angeles. 

3044 

Mystery of the fingerprints. See Ad- 
ventures of big Bill Baker. 

Mystic (The) marriage: a play in 3 
acts, by Paul Rosy. © 1 c. Apr. 21, 
1937; D 49212; George Rosensteel, 
Akron. O. 3045 



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no. 4, 1937 



3069 



Naissance (La) de Tristan; poeine dra- 
matique et musical en 3 parties et 10 
tableaux [par] Georges Delaquys. 
[Paris] 1937. 34, [2] p. illus. 4to. 
[(La Petite illustration, no. 810)] 
Text. © Feb. 20, 1937 ; 1 c. Apr. 12 ; D 
49056; George Delaquys, Drome, 
France. 3046 

Natural woman ; a play in 3 acts, by G. 
B. Hansen. © 1 c. Apr. 16, 1937 ; D 
49109: Gertrude Babcock Hansen, 
New York. 3047 

Neighbors of 1937: episodes 1-3, by S. 

A. Kantrowitz. © 1 c. Apr. 7, 1987 ; 
D 48877 ; Sadye A. Kantrowitz, Min- 
neapolis. 3048 

New (A) variorum edition of Shake- 
speare, [v. 21] Henry the Fourth, 
pt. 1 ; edited by Samuel Burdett Hem- 
ingway, Ph.D. Philadelphia, London, 
J. B. Lippincott company, 1936. xi, 
554 p. 8vo. © Dec. 15, 1936; 2 c. 
Jan. 18, 1937 ; aff. Jan. 15 ; A 102386 ; 
Modern language association of Amer- 
ica, New York. 3048* 

New ways with old friends ; by Jam 
Handy picture service, inc. © 1 c. 
Apr. 16, 1937 ; D 49085 ; Standard oil 
co. (Indiana) Chicago. 3049 

New York limited ; by E. West. © 1 c. 
Apr. 14, 1937 ; D 49033 ; Evelyn West, 
Los Angeles. 3050 

News of youth ; by Fletcher & Ellis, inc. 
Feb. 22, 1937. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1937 ; 
D 48775; Fletcher & Ellis, inc., New 
York. 3051 

Feb. 24, Mar. 1, 8, 10, 12, 15, 

1937. © 1 c. each Apr. 21, 1937; D 
49232^9237; Fletcher & Ellis, inc., 
New York. 3052-3057 

Niema to jak bortnikowi ; komedya, 2 
akty, piora Ryszarda Bugoslawskiego 
[pseud, of F. Trybula] © 1 c. Apr. 
10, 1937; D 48999; Frank Trybula, 
Chicago. 3058 

Nine old women ; a poem play in 2 acts, 
by Martin Bernfeld [pseud, of Morris 
Berman] © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1937; D 
48789 ; Culture pub. co., New York. 

3059' 

No jarring note ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
J. H. Pitman and E. B. Meyerson. 
© 1 c. Mar. 30, 1937 ; D 48705 ; James 
H. Pitman, Belleville, N. J., and Elsa 

B. Meyerson, South Orange, N. J. 

3060 

No more goddesses : or, Burning bright, 
a 3-act comedy, by E. McKenna. © 



1 c. Apr. 20, i: 37 ; D 49253 ; Edmond 
McKenna, Washington. 3C61 

No more peace ; a thoughtful comedy by 
Ernst Toller, translated by Edward 
Crankshaw, lyrics translated and 
adapted by W. H. Auden, music by 
Herbert Murrill. New York, Toronto, 
Farrar & Rinehart, inc. [1937] 6 p. 
1., 3- 166 p. 12mo. Contains music. 
© Apr. 9, 1937 ; 2 c. Apr. 12 ; D 49053 ; 
Ernst Toller, Santa Monica, Calif. 

3062 

No peace for the living ; a play in 1 
act, by Alfred MacLennan. © 1 c. 
Apr. 14, 1937; D 49038; Alfred A. 
MacLennan, New York. 3063 

Nonsense news ; no. 1, by A. B. Stenzel. 
© 1 c. Apr. 21, 1937; D 49355; Al- 
fred B. Stenzel, Darien, Conn. 3064 



Noon after, 
atre. 



See One-act (The) the- 



Noon 1937; a play in 1 act, by H. B. 
Weiss. © 1 c. Apr. 8, 1937 ; D 48927 ; 
Harry B. Weiss, Newark. 3065 

Northland songs. See Man comes down 
from the moon. 

Nothing — but the truth ! a play in 3 
acts, by Irving H. Marcus. © 1 c. 
Mar. 31, 1937 ; D 48711 ; Irving Harry 
Marcus, Los Angeles. 3066 

Off to look for the missing actress. See 
Adventures of big Bill Baker. 

Office (The) dreams. See One-act 
(The) theatre. 

Official announcement ; a play in 1 act, 
by Eleanor Elder. London [1937] 40 
p. 12mo. [(French's acting edition, 
no. 2065) ] © Apr. 12, 1937 ; 1 c. Apr. 
23; D 49286; Samuel French, ltd., 
London. 3067 

01' Captain. See Twenty short plays 
on a royalty holiday (1937 to 1940) 

Old ways with new friends; by Jam 
Handy picture service, inc. © 1 c. 
Apr. 16, 1937 ; D 49084 ; Standard oil 
co. (Indiana) Chicago. 3068 

Olivia & the duke. See One-act (The) 
theatre. 

On the eve of Saint Agnes ; an original 
play in 3 acts, by R. Melzian, based 
upon the poem, Eve of Saint Agnes, 
by John Keats. © 1 c. Apr. 10, 1937 ; 
D 48957; Ruth Melzian, Burlington, 
la. 3069 

Once a pirate. See First nighter. 



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3070 



pt. i, n. s„ v. 10 



One-act (The) theatre; the eighth book, 
seven new plays, by Neil Grant. Lon- 
don, New York [etc., etc.] [1936] 120 
p. 12mo. Contents. — Marie goes to 
Warsaw. — Honeymoon couple. — The 
office dreams. — Noon after. — Wind- 
fall. — Paper chase. — Olivia and the 
duke. © Sept. 8, 1936; 1 c. Apr. 9, 
1937: D 48952; Samuel French, ltd., 
London. 3070 

One for the money ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by R. B. McKowen. © 1 c. Apr. 28, 
1937; D 49377; Ray Bertrand Mc- 
Kowen, Hutchinson, Kan. 3071 

One morning very early; a play for 
women, in 1 act, by Philip Johnson 
and Howard Agg. London, [1937] 
25 p. diagr. 12mo. [ (French's act- 
ing edition, no. 2054)] © Apr. 12, 
1937 ; 1 c. Apr. 23 ; D 49284 ; Samuel 
French, ltd., London. 3072 

O'Neills (The) ; episodes 358-380, by 
Jane West. © 1 c. each Apr. 6, 1937 ; 
D 48794; Procter & Gamble co., Cin- 
cinnati. 3073 

Only the birds. See Twenty short plays 
on a royalty holiday (1937 to 1940) 

Operatic profiles ; a completely new and 
novel method of projecting the back- 
grounds of opera, in 4 episodes, de- 
vised by R. Brown. The ring of the 
Nibelungs (Das Rheingold) by Rich- 
ard Wagner. Text. © 1 c. Apr. 5, 
1937; D 48819; Richardson Brown, 
Boston. 3074 

Ostatnie dni cara ; zamordowanie cara 
rosyjskiego Mikolaja Drugiego i jego 
rodziny, sztuka napisana na tie 
faktow wyciagnietych z zapisek 
przez, J. S. Zielinskiego. Chicago, 
111. [1936] cover-title, 32 p. 8vo. 
© Nov. 26, 1936; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1937: 
aff. Mar. 16 ; AA 229245 ; Wladyslaw 
H. Sajewski, Chicago. 3075 

Other pastures ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
S. Dreyer. © 1 c. Apr. 8, 1937; 
D 48929; Samuel Dreyer, New York. 

3076 

Otto. See Sieger. 

Over the teacups ; a play in 1 act, by 
Percival Wilde, revised text, prepared 
with the assistance of Marguerite L. 
McAneny. Boston, Mass., Los An- 
geles, Cal. [Walter H. Baker com- 
pany, 1937] 41 p. 12mo. © Apr. 1, 
1937 ; 2 c. Apr. 12 ; D 48978 ; Percival 
Wilde, Princeton, N. J. 3077 

Overnight at Cody station ; a play in 3 
acts, by Samuel Harold. © 1 c. Mar. 



29, 1937 ; D 48688 ; Harold S. Donitz, 
Brooklyn. 3078 

Oxydol's own Ma Perkins ; continuities 
nos. 948 E. T.-967 E. T., by Lee Geb- 
hart. © 1 c each Apr. 6, 1937; D 
48797; Procter & Gamble co., Cin- 
cinnati. 3079 

Pa and Ma go to town ; program no. 1, 
script no. 1, a radio broadcast, by 
Chloe Campbell [i. e. I. C. Lairy] © 
1 c. Apr. 6, 1937 ; D 48851 ; lea Chloe 
Lairy, Logansport, Ind. 3080 

Packtrain from Panamint. See Death 
Valley days. 

Pandora's box. See Health racketeers. 

Panther patrol ; program no. 1, by 
Douglas Silver and Robert Duncan. 
© 1 c. Apr. 10, 1937 ; D 48962 ; Robert 
David Duncan, Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 

3081 

Paper chase. See One-act (The) 
theatre. 

UapaaTpaT7]/jL€vo(Td) kWrjvoirovXo', avyxpovov 
eWrjvo-afxepLKavLKOv Spap.a, vtto XpiaTOV 
UaTraxpLVTov. 1937 4 p. 1., 37 numb. 
1. incl. port. 4to. Title transliter- 
ated : To parastratemeno elenopoulo. 
Title translated: A Greek boy gone 
astray. © Mar. 10, 1937 ; 2 c. Mar. 
31; D 48720; Christos Papachristou, 
Nashua, N. H. 3082 

Paternity (A) case. See Twenty short 
plays on a royalty holiday •( 1937 to 
1940) 

Peace, may your day be white ; a 1-act 
play, by M. Chippendale. © 1 c. Apr. 
13, 1937 ; D 48991 ; Mary Chippendale, 
New York. 3083 

Peau (La) de banane; comedie gaie en 
1 acte [par] Gabriel d'Hervilliez. 
(In La Petite illustration, no. 796) 
© Nov. 7, 1936 ; 1 c. Dec. 23 ; D 4930S ; 
Gabriel d'Hervilliez, Paris. 3084 

People versus Charles Tracy. See Fa- 
mous jury trials. 

People (The) versus Dr. Osborn. See 
Famous jury trials. 

People versus John Miller. See Fa- 
mous jury trials. 

People (The) versus Victor Jackson. 
See Famous jury trials. 

Perhaps ; a play in 4 acts, by E. E. 
Kent. © 1 c. Apr. 9, 1937 ; D 49012 : 
Edwin E. Kent, Chicago. 3085 

Personal experiences ; a two-act play, 
by Ada Louise Barrett. [1937] 23 



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no. 4, 1937 



3106 



numb. 1. 4to. © Apr. 1, 1937; 2 c. 
Apr. 20 ; D 49295 ; National board of 
the Young women's Christian asso- 
ciations of the United States of Amer- 
ica, New York. 3086 

Phenomenon electrifying history ; chap- 
ters 1-30, by Velma Dodge Leman. © 
1 c. Apr. 7, 1937; D 49186; Midland 
broadcasting co., Kansas City, Mo. 

3087 

Pink for proposals ; a 1-act comedy, 
by Dorothy C. Allan. Boston, Mass., 
Los Angeles, Cal. [1937] 28 p. 
12mo. ( [Baker's plays for ama- 
teurs]) © Apr. 1, 1937; 2 c. Apr. 
12; D 48975; Walter H. Baker co., 
Boston. 3088 

Pirate ghosts ; an operetta in 2 acts, by 
M. S. Rutz. © 1 c. Apr. 26, 1937; 
D 39271; May Shirley Rutz, Stam- 
ford, Conn. 3089 

Play that tune ; a play in 2 acts, by 
J\ C. Holm, L. Brown, and R. Hender- 
son. © 1 c. Apr. 20, 1937 ; D 49263 ; 
John Cecil Holm, Westport, Conn., 
Lew Brown, New York, and Ray 
Henderson, Bronxville, N. Y. 3090 

Po Liza : by V. Spivey. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 
1937 ; D 48772 ; Victoria Spivey, New 
York. 3091 

Poker (II) della vita; commedia in 3 
atti, di M. Ruggero. © 1 c. Apr. 12, 
1937; D 49067; Ruggero Minardi, 
Paris. 3092 

Prenez garde a la peinture ; comedie en 
3 actes [par] Rene Fauchois. Edited 
by Clifford S. Parker. New York 
[1937] xxiv, 207, lxvii p. plates print, 
on both sides. 16mo. © Mar. 24, 
1937: 2 c. Mar. 31; aff. Apr. 9; A 
105247 ; Henry Holt & co., inc., New 
York. 3092* 

Prides crossing; a play in 3 acts, by 
Bimsley Peabody [pseud, of J. Pea- 
body] © 1 c. Apr. 23, 1937 ; D 49331 ; 
Jessamine Peabody, New York. 

3093 

Prince Idiot ; a play in 14 scenes. 
adapted by Aida DeMilt, from The 
idiot, a novel bv Fedor Dostoievsky. 
© 1 c. Mar. 11, 1937 ; D 4S972 ; Aida 
Rodman DeMilt, New York. 3094 

Printer (The) and princess; a 3-act 
play with prologue and epilogue, by 
Albert Greenwood. © 1 c. Apr. 28, 
1937 ; D 49313 ; Albert Edward Green- 
wood, Vancouver, British Columbia. 

3095 



Private hopes; a comedy drama in 3 
acts, by R. N. Robbins. © 1 c. Apr. 
14, 1937; D 49035; Robert N. Rob- 
bins, New York. 3096 

Private (The) secretary; a scenario 
written and directed by Walter 
Folmer. © 1 c. Mar. 29, 1937; D 
48722 ; Walter F. Folmer, Rochester, 
N. Y. 3097 

Prize (The) song; by I. Wicker, based 
on Richard Wagner's Meistersinger. 
Text. © 1 c. Apr. 17, 1937 ; D 49158 ; 
Ireene Wicker, New York. 3098 

Program for Southern memorial day ; 
[by Aggie Dean Scott] [1937] 14 p., 
1 1. 8vo. Cover-title. © Apr. 1, 
1937; 2 c. Feb. 18; D 48806; Aggie 
Dean Scott, Richland, Ga. 3099 

Proof (The) is in the profit; by Jam 
Handy picture service, inc. © 1 c. 
Apr. 16, 1937 ; D 49082 ; Standard oil 
co. (Indiana) Chicago. 3100 

Public service ; a play in 11 scenes, by 
Saul Aarons [pseud, of A. Rosenberg] 
© 1 c. Mar. 30, 1937 ; D 48745 ; Aaron 
Rosenberg, New York. 3101 

Quarantined ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
B. Lawrence. © 1 c. Apr. 13, 1937; 
D 49050; Ben Lawrence, New York. 

3102 

Queen's (The) prisoner; operetta in 3 
acts, libretto, lyrics and music, by 
J. M. Petrilli. Text. © 1 c. Apr. 6, 
1937 ; D 48895 ; Juan Miguel Petrilli, 
Washington. 3103 

Quiet ( A ) game ; a comedy in 1 act, 
by Homer H. Nugent. Boston, Mass., 
Los Angeles, Cal. [1937] 21 p. 
12mo. ( [Baker's plays for ama- 
teurs)] © Apr. 1, 1937; 2 c. Apr. 
12; D 48984; Walter H. Baker co., 
Boston. 3104 

Quo vadis. See Vinicius. 

Racketeer with an alias. See Health 
racketeers. 

Radeau ( Le ) de la Meduse ; comedie en 
1 acte, de Tristan Bernard. Paris, 
1937. 24 p. 16mo. (Selection (Nou- 
velle collection Salabert) © Feb. 
10, 1937 ; 1 c. Apr. 13 ; D 49013 ; Edi- 
tions Salabert, Paris. 3105 

Raffle & The court trial. See Honest 
working girl. 

Raft (The) hands; scenario, by S. 
Easton. © 1 c. Apr. 12, 1937; D 
49046; Sidney Easton, Corona, N. Y. 

3106 



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Rapunzel ; by I. Wicker. Text. © 1 c. 
Apr. 17, 1937; D 49159; Ireene 
Wicker, New York. 3107 

Recovery ; a play in 3 acts, by Thos. 
P. Brodick. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1937; 
D 4SS14 ; Thomas Paul Brodick, Chi- 
cago. 3108 

Red dress ; a play in 3 acts, by D. 
Powell. © 1 c. Apr. 6, 1937 ; D 48861 ; 
Dawn Powell, New York. 3109 

Regardless ; a tragedy in 3 acts, by 
F. M. Douglas. © 1 c. Apr. 24, 1937 ; 
D 49309; Frances Mildred Douglas, 
Westmount, P. Q., Canada. 3110 

Remember Puck ; a drama, by F. E. 
Drake, jr. © 1 c. Feb. 26, 1937; D 
49371; Francis Edward Drake, jr., 
Owatonna, Minn. 3111 

Return ; a play in 1 act, by Dorothy 
Clarke Wilson. Boston, Mass., Los 
Angeles, Cal. [1937] 26 p. 12mo. 
( [Baker's plays for amateurs] ) © 
Apr. 1, 1937 ; 2 c. Apr. 12 ; D 48982 ; 
Walter H. Baker, co., Boston. 3112 

Return to death ; a tragedy of negro 
life in 3 acts, by P. W. Porter. © 
1 c. Apr. 8, 1937 : D 49168 ; P. Wash- 
ington Porter, New York. 3113 

Revolt of the guns ; a fairy tale in 1 
act for youth in arms, by M. Mul- 
davin. © 1 c. Apr. 28, 1937; D 
49381; Melvin Muldavin, New York. 

3114 

Rey (El) del radio; opereta en 3 
actos, letra y musica, de J. M. Pe- 
trilli. Text. © 1 c. Apr. 6, 1937; 
D 48896 ; Juan Miguel Petrilli, Wash- 
ington. 3115 

Rheingold (Das) See Ring (The) of 
the Nibelungs. 

Rich (The) country lad; in 2 parts, 
original theme, The prodigal son, by 
J. S. Echols. © 1 c. Apr. 16, 1937; 
D 49093; Josey S. Echols, Inwood, 
L. I., N. Y. 3116 

Rich kid; a drama, by A. Oboler. 
© 1 c. Apr. 22, 1937 ; D 49257 ; Arch 
Oboler, Chicago. 3117 

Right about face; a satire in 3 acts, 
by R. D. Maloy. © 1 c. Jan. 16, 
1937 ; D 48675 ; Robert David Maloy, 
Indianapolis. 3118 

Right (The) people ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by S. J. Perelman and B. Ma- 
thieu. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1937; D 
4S697; S. J. Perelman and Beatrice 
r.Iathieu, New York. 3119 



Ring (The) of the Nibelungs. See 
Operatic profiles. 

Rip Van Winkle ; a new version of 
the play in 3 acts, by Walter Kerr. 
New York, London [etc., etc.] 1937. 
106 p. plates, diagrs. 12mo. © 
Apr. 21, 1937 ; 2 c. Apr. 26 ; D 49346 ; 
Samuel French, New York. 3120 

Robin Adair ; operetta in 2 acts, by 
Ralph S. Thompson. New York, N. 
Y., Frederic Watson [1937] 40 p. 
fol. Cover-title. © Mar. 10, 1937; 
2 c. Mar. 10: D 39252; Ralph S. 
Thompson, New York. 3121 

Romance in chambers ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Justin Rathbone. © 1 c. 
Apr. 1, 1937: D 48747; Charles H. 
Drummond, Philadelphia. 3122 

Romance (The) of Robot; a sentimen- 
tal satire, libretto by Tillman Brei- 
seth [i. e. Kermit Tillman Breiseth] 
music by Frederic Hart. © 1 c. Apr. 
8, 1937; D 39265; Frederic Patton 
Hart, New York. 3123 

Romeo and Juliet. (Jack and Joan) 
See Everybody's love story. 

Route to India ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Martha Barnett. © 1 c. Apr. 9, 1937 ; 
D 48909; Martha G. Barnett, New 
York. * 3124 

Ruby Wilson; a new play in 3 acts, 
by R. Cummings. © 1 c. Mar. 1, 
1937; D 48815; Ruth Cummings. 
Beverly Hills, Calif. 3125 

Rummage rumpus ; a short, 1-act com- 
edy [by] Hazel Felton and Hazel 
Mahood. Sioux City, la., 1936. 6 
numb. 1. 4to. © Sept. 1, 1936; 2 c. 
Apr. 3, 1937; D 48931; Wetmore 
declamation bureau, Sioux City, la. 

3126 

Ruth's dream; by F. Keckhut. © 1 c. 
Apr. 8, 1937 ; D 49001 ; Frances Keck- 
hut, Brooklyn. 3127 

Sabbath (The) guest; a 1-act play, by 
F. H. Parker. © 1 c. Apr. 26, 1937 ; 
D 49314 ; Florence Hermienne Parker, 
Providence. 3128 

Saga of gold; or, Tierra de oro (Land 
of gold), a play in prologue and 2 
acts, by Helen Dobson. © 1 c. Mar. 
30, 1937; D 48761; Helen Mildred 
Dobson, Sacramento. 3129 

Sales traction with Atlas truck tires; 
by Jam Handy picture service, inc. 
© 1 c. Apr. 16, 1937 ; D 49077 ; Atlas 
supply co., Newark, N. J. 3130 



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Sales training continuity for General 
tire & rubber co. ; prepared by W. A. 
D. Millson. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1937; D 
49213; William A. D. Millson, Cleve- 
land. 3131 

Salvage; a play in 1 act, by Dorothy 
Clarke Wilson. Boston, Mass., Los 
Angeles, Cal. [1937.] 25 p. 12mo. 
([Baker's plays for amateurs]) © 
Apr. 1, 1937 ; 2 c. Apr. 12 ; D 48983 ; 
Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 3132 

Saturday's business ; a play in 3 acts, 
by J. P. Torpy. © 1 c. Apr. 15, 1937 ; 
D 49106; James Patrick Torpy, New 
York. 3133 

School for taxpayers ; a comedy in 3 
acts, translated by V. Albagli, from 
the French play, L'ecole des con- 
tribuables, by Louis Verneuil [pseud, 
of Louis Collin Du Boccage] and 
Georges Berr. © 1 c. Apr. 9, 1937; 
D 48988 ; Victor Albagli, New York. 

3134 

Scufflin' ; a play with music, by Lonnie 
Hicks. 1937. 45 numb. 1. 4to. Text. 
© Mar. 4, 1937 ; 2 c. Mar. 6 ; D 49141 ; 
Lonnie Hicks, New York. 3135 

Search in the fog for the yacht. See 
Adventures of big Bill Baker. 

Sell 'em what they need ; by Jam Handy 
picture service, inc. © 1 c. Apr. 16, 
1937; D 49078; B. F. Goodrich co., 
Akron, O. 3136 

Sense and sensibility ; a comedy in 3 
acts (with original dialogue) by M. 
M. Simone, adapted from the work of 
Jane Austen. © 1 c. Apr. 16, 1937; 
D 49132; Marion Mandell Simone, 
New York. 3137 

Seraphine. See Theatre complet. 

Serva (La) padrona (The maid as mis- 
tress) : a comic interlude, in a pro- 
logue and 2 acts, by Giovanni Bat- 
tista Pergolesi, Italian libretto by 
Gennaro Antonio Federico, prologue 
and English adaptation by M. J. Far- 
quhar, version devised by Felix Bren- 
tano. Text. © 1 c. Apr. 9, 1937; D 
48963 ; Marion Jones Farquhar, New 
York. 3138 

Seven-five-0 ; a play in 2 acts, by W. 
S. Conkling. © 1 c. Apr. 27, 1937 ; D 
49332; Wilbur Scott Conkling, New 
York. 3139 

Sex Fifth avenue ; or, The women, by 
S. L. Bloom. © 1 c. Apr. 17, 1937; 
D 49170; Seymour L. Bloom, New 
York. 3140 



Shades in rhapsody; a melodrama in 
3 acts, by H. Lant. © 1 c. Apr. 15, 
1937; D 49105; Harold Lant, New 
York. 3141 

Shadow and substance ; a play in 4 acts, 
by P. V. Carroll. © 1 c. Apr. 20, 
1937 ; D 49182 ; Paul Vincent Carroll, 
Glasgow. 3142 

Shadow of the palace ; a play in 3 acts, 
by V. B. Demarest. Rev. version of 
King David, by the same author. © 
1 c. Mar. 31, 1937 ; D 48701 ; Victoria 
Booth Demarest, New York. 3143 

Shall never die. See First nighter. 

She's big enough ; a play of life in the 
raw, in 2 acts, by Russ Fox [i. e. R. 
A. Fox] Rev. ed., 2d act entirely new. 
© 1 c. Apr. 8, 1937 ; D 48891 ; Russell 
A. Fox, San Francisco. 3144 

She wouldn't say : Yes ! a comedy-drama 
in 3 acts, by W. J. Steele. © 1 c. 
Apr. 7, 1937 ; D 48860 ; William James 
Steele, New York. 3145 

Shells ; a play in 1 act, by L. du Garde 
Peach. [London] Play rights & 
publications, ltd., 1937. 17 p. 8vo. 
(The Amateur theatre series of 
plays) © Mar. 20, 1937 ; 1 c. Apr. 9; 
D 48947 ; L. du Garde Peach, Buxton, 
Derbyshire, England. 3146 

Shooting star. See Twenty short plays 
on a royalty holiday (1937 to 1940) 

Short dramas. See Syntoma dramata. 

Shroud for the rebel ; a play in 3 acts, 
by John Waldron. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 
1937; D 48689; John Michael Wal- 
dron, Manhattan Beach, Calif. 

3147 

Shucks ! a comic fantasy in 1 act, by 
E. A. Gross. © 1 c. Mar. 19, 1937; 
D 49298; Edwin Arthur Gross, New 
York. 3148 

Shut that door; a comedy drama in 3 
acts, by Ann Thomas [pseud, of H. 
Kjeldsen] © 1 c. Apr. 17, 1937; D 
49198 ; Helene Kjeldsen, Schenectady, 
N. Y. 3149 

Sieger; zwei dramen von Joachim 
Maass und Waldemar Maass. Con- 
tents.— Otto.— Kleist. © 1 c. Apr. 20, 
1937; D 49226; Felix Bloch erben, 
Berlin. 3150 

Silver (The) dollar ; a play in 6 scenes, 
by O. Rockey. © 1 c. Apr. 17, 1937 ; 
D 49195 ; Ordean Rockey, Los An- 
geles. 3151 



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Sinclair (The) -Babe Ruth baseball con- 
test; by Jam Handy picture service, 
inc. © 1 c. Apr. 16, 1937 ; D 49087 ; 
Sinclair refining co., New York. 3152 

Skeleton (The) in the closet. See 
Death Valley days. 

Skin deep ; a farce in 3 acts, by M. L. 
Messier and R. E. Furler. © 1 c. 
Apr. 16, 1937 ; D 49091 ; Margaret L. 

Messier and Ruth E. Furler, Asbury 
Park, N. J. 3153 

Skinflint. See Twenty short plays on a 
royalty holiday (1937 to 1940) 

Skonhet; komedi i 4 akter, av Sigfrid 
Siwertz. Stockholm [1937] 169 p. 
12 mo. © Feb. 15, 1937 ; 1 c. Feb. 23 ; 
A — Foreign 35049; Albert Bonniers 
forlag, Stockholm. 3153* 

Slack slicks up; by Jam Handy picture 
service, inc. © 1 c. Apr. 16, 1937; 
D 49086 ; Cities service oil co., New 
York. 3154 

Sleeping (The) beauty; a costume play 
in 3 acts, by G. K. Donahue. © 1 c. 
Apr. 9, 1937; D 48965; Gladys Knox 
Donahue, Guelph, Ontario, Canada. 

3155 

■ by I. Wicker. Text. © 1 c. Apr. 

17, 1937; D 49154; Ireene Wicker, 
New York. 3156 

Slow curtain; a play of the theatre, 
for women, in 1 act, by Muriel and 
Sydney Box. London, Samuel French 
[1936] 26 p. diagr. 12 mo. ( [French's 
acting edition, no. 2111] ) © Nov. 
5, 1936 ; 1 c. Dec. 3 ; D 48811 ; Muriel 
Box, London. 3157 

Snatched from the noose; a drama in 
4 acts, by Hubert French [pseud, of 
B. Lewis] © 1 c. Apr. 15, 1937; D 
49092; Beatrice Lewis, Pittsburgh. 

3158 

Snow White and the seven dwarfs ; by 
I. Wicker. Text. © 1 c. Apr. 17, 
1937; D 49164; Ireene Wicker, New 
York. 3159 

So brave and so free ; a play in 3 acts, 
by D. McNain. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 1937 ; 
D 49254 ; Denis McNain, Los Angeles. 

3160 

Social usage ; or, A comedy of manners, 
a series of radio programs, bv U. 
Clayton. © 1 c. Apr. 3, 1937; D 
48868 ; Una Clayton, Mid vale, N. J. 

3161 

Soft answer; a play in 3 acts, by M. 
Gleason and E. Wood. © 1 c. Apr. 
12, 1937; D 49369; Marion Gleason, 



Rochester, N. Y., and Eloise Wood, 
New York. 3162 

Song (The) of England ; a pageant play, 
by T. B. Morris. London, Play rights 
& publications, ltd., 1937. 58 p. illus. 
8 vo. ( The amateur theatre series of 
plays) © Apr. 20, 1937 ; 1 c. Apr. 26 : 
D 49344 ; T. B. Morris, Tetbury, Glou- 
cestershire, England. 3163 

Song (The) of Solomon ; a lyrical fan- 
tasy. Text: (according to King 
James version) complete full vocal 
score with piano accompaniment, by 
James Houston Spencer. Priv. 
printed, 1937. 2 p. 1., iv, 85 p. 4 to. 
© Feb. 26, 1937; 2 c. Mar. 24; D 



392^ 



James 



Adrian, Mich. 



Houston Spencer, 
3164 



Songs and stories of mother ; a program 
for Mother's day [text by Mattie B. 
Shannon, and others, music by Adam 
Geibel and others] Chicago, 111., Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. [1937] [12] p. 8 vo. 
Cover-title. © Mar. 4, 1937 ; 2 c. Mar. 
18; D 39258; Rodeheaver co., Phila- 
delphia. 3165 

Songs my country taught me ; a play in 
1 act, by A. D. Geto. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 
1937; D 49180; Alfred David Geto, 
Brooklyn. 3166 

Sonne (Die) Irlands ; drama in 5 akten, 
von Felix Dhiinen. © 1 c. Apr. 20, 
1937; D 49227; Felix Bloch erben, 
Berlin. 3167 

Spell (The) ; a play in 3 acts, by Lili 
Hatvany and C. Beahan. © 1 c. Mar. 
31, 1937; D 48712; Charles Beahan, 
New York. 3168 

Spotting the cattle rustlers — and the 
howling dog. See Adventures (The) 
of big Bill Baker. 

Spring in Kansas. See First nighter. 

Springtime in Paris ; a musical comedy 
in 3 acts, book and music bv M. S. 
Woods. © 1 c. Apr. 12, 1937; D 
39264: Mildred Saunders Woods, 
Saint Louis. 3169 

Spurs ; a drama of the West in 1 act, 
by C. Judy, jr. © 1 c. Mar. 29, 1937 ; 
D 48690; Clayton Judy, jr., Portland, 
Or. 3170 

Spy (The) ; a musical tale of Trafalgar 
days, for male voices, in 2 acts, the 
music, lyrics and libretto, by Edward 
W. Miller. Toronto. Out. [1937] 
28 p. 8 vo. © Jan. 25, 1937; 1 c. 
Jan. 25; 1) 39256; Edward AV. Miller, 
Toronto. 3171 

Stage mother. See Grand hotel. 



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Star spangled ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Robert Ardrey. Copyright 1935 under 
title, House on fire, by Robert Ardrey. 
New York, N. Y., London [etc., etc.] 
[1937] 104 p. diagr. 12mo. ([French's 
standard library edition] ) Acting 
edition. © Mar. 9, 1937; 2 c. Mar. 
29 ; D 48759 ; Robert Ardrey, Chicago. 

3172 

Step by step; by Jam Handy picture 
service, inc. © 1 c. Apr. 16, 1937 ; D 
49080: General motors sales corp, 
Detroit. 3173 

Story (The) of Sam Holden ; a social 
biography in 3 acts, by George Gro- 
man. © 1 c. Apr. 20, 1937 ; D 49374 ; 
Irving Philip Kapner, New York. 

3174 

Storv (The) of the Christ child ; by I. 
Wicker. Text. © 1 c. Apr. 17, 1937 ; 
D 49163 ; Ireene Wicker, New York. 

3175 

Story (The) of the first Easter; by I. 
Wicker. Text. © 1 c. Apr. 17, 1937 ; 
D 49155; Ireene Wicker, New York. 

3176 

Strictly ethical ; a drama in 4 acts, by 
D. T. Vancel. © 1 c. Apr. 9, 1937 ; D 
48923; Doris Thomas Vancel, Chi- 
cago. 3177 

Sunbonnet Sue ; a play in 5 acts, by E. 
Holland. © 1 c. Apr. 24, 1937; D 
49320 ; Edward Holland, New York. 

3178 

Sunbrite junior nurse corps ; by Stack- 
Goble advertising agency. Mar. 19, 
22, 24, 26, 29, 1937. © 1 c. each 
Apr. 5, 1937 ; D 48827-48831 ; Swift & 
co., Chicago. 3179-3183 

Mar. 31, Apr. 2, 5, 7, 9, 1937. 

© 1 c. each Apr. 20, 1937; D 49269^ 
49273; Swift & co., Chicago. 

3184-3188 

Sunflower and cypress ; the tragic life 
of Vincent Van Gogh, in 4 acts, by M. 
Naumburg. © 1 c. Apr. 2, 1937 ; D 
48744 ; Margaret Naumburg, New 
York. 3189 

Suppressed evidence. See Character 
studies in one act. 

Surprises ( Les ) du cine ; comedie en 2 
actes [par] Wilned [pseud, of E. G. 
Williams] Niort, H. Boulord [1936] 
96 p. 12 mo. [(Collection mon the- 
atre) ] © Dec. 10, 1936; 1 c. Feb. 12, 
1937 ; D 49144 ; Edouard Gustave Wil- 
liams, Hollywood, Calif. 3190 



Sweet adversity ; a drama in 3 acts, by 
R. Barsky. © 1 c. Apr. 24, 1987; D 
49276 ; Regina Barsky, Sea Gate, 
Brooklyn. 3191 

Sweet Susie. See Three ballad mimes. 

Sweet 16. See Twenty short plays on a 
royalty holiday (1937 to 1940) 

XvvTOfjLCL 5pa.fj,aTa {fxera. /j.ovaLKrjs)', vtto Nt/co- 
\aov I. Bafiovdr). Nea ^Topurj, 'Edvucov 
K-hovKos [1936] 80 p. 8 vo. Title trans- 
literated: Syntoma dramata. (Title 
translated: Short dramas. 1st series, 
text by N. J. Vavoudis, music by N. 
Roubanis). Contents. — 2etpa irpCiT-q. 

1, Zraupco/jej'es p^repes. — 2, 'EXttiS' airo 
top ovpavo. — 3, O Qavaros irov ev&vei.. 
— 4, 'H Oea rijs <pi\ocrTopyias c/<5iK€trat. 
© Dec. 20, 1936; 2 c. Dec. 28; D 
39263; Nicholas J. Vavoudis, New 
York. 3192 

76 p. 8 vo. Title transliter- 
ated : Syntoma dramata. (Title 
translated : Short dramas. 2d series, 
text by N. J. Vavoudis, music by N. 
Roubanis and St. Vassiliou) Con- 
tents. — Setpd SevTepa. 1, JIolol irrffal- 
vovv gtov Uapvacro-ov. — 2, 'O rj'ocos ttjs 
'AXa/xavas. — 3, 'E\\7jvo-afj.€pLKavol vavTat 
els to ^dXrjpoy. — 4, Ot ayuvtcrTal rrjs 

TTlCTTeoOS. 

© Feb. 15, 1937; 2 c. Mar. 11; D 
39262; Nicholas J. Vavoudis, New 
York. 3193 

T. N. T. ; a comedy in 3 acts, by L. 
Dalrymple and K. W. Robinson, 
adapted from the story, Uncle's in 
the headlines, by L. Dalrymple. © 

1 c. Apr. 13, 1937; D 49051; Leona 
Dalrymple, Stamford, Conn., and 
Kenneth Walter Robinson, New 
York. 3194 

Tall tales of the tall timber ; nos. 1-5, 
by I. C. Zipperman. © 1 c. each 
Apr. 16, 1937 ; D 49147-49151 ; Irving 
Charles Zipperman, St. Paul. 

3195-3199 

Tarta ; dramma in 3 parti, di Lumino 
Beneterno. © 1 c. Apr. 6, 1937; D 
48818; Pietro Viaggio, Brooklyn. 

3200 

Tea-time for Shelley's faun. See 
Twenty short plays on a royalty 
holiday (1937 to 1940). 

Tell it to Toots ; a comedy in 1 act, by 
Juliet Alves Johnston. New York, 
N. Y., London [etc., etc.] [1937] 34 
p. diagr. 12mo. © Apr. 7, 1937 ; 

2 c. Apr. 10 ; D 48950 ; Samuel French, 
New York. 3201 



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Theatre complet; [par] Victorien Sar- 
dou. 8. Seraphine. Fernande. 
Marcelle. Paris [1936] 658 p., 2 1. 
12mo. © Nov. 5, 1936; 1 c. Apr. 7, 
1937; D 48892; Albin Michel, Paris. 

3202 

They're all alike ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by M. Fielder. © 1 c. Mar. 31, 1937 ; 
D 48702; Melvin Fielder, Excelsior 
Springs, Mo. 3203 

Third mortgage ; a play in 3 acts, by 
V. P. Volz. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 1937; 
D 49178; Verlin Peeples Volz, 
Worcester. 3204 

Thirty minutes with Stephen Foster ; 
a dramatic episode in the life of the 
great American composer, by H. L. 
Bland. New York, 1937. 14 p. 4to. 
© Mar. 8, 1937; 2 c. Mar. 12; D 
39270; Belwin, inc., New York. 

3205 

Thou shalt not kill ; a drama in 3 acts, 
by I. M. Vare. © 1 c. Apr. 16, 1937 ; 
D 49302; Ida Marion Vare, Mt. 
Eden, Auckland, New Zealand. 3206 

Three ballad mimes ; by M. Maughfling 
and M. Phyllis Newman. London, 
New York [etc., etc.] 1936, 40 p. 
8vo. [(French's acting edition, no. 
1907)] Contents.— Sweet Susie — 
The wiles of Jemima. — Belinda. © 
May 26, 1936; 1 c. Apr. 12, 1937; 
D 49052; Samuel French, ltd., Lon- 
don. 3207 

Three (The) musketeers; a romantic 
musical play, book by Wm. Anthony 
McGuire, lyrics by P. G. Wodehouse 
and Clifford Grey. Music by Rudolf 
Friml. London, Chappell & co., ltd. ; 
New York, Harms, inc., 1937. 95 p. 
8vo. Text. © Mar. 19, 1937; 2 c. 
Apr. 12; D 49054; Harms, inc., New 
York. 3208 

Thrills ; episodes nos. 8-10, by Forrest 
Barnes. © 1 c. each Apr. 12, 1937; 
D 49040-49042; American radio fea- 
tures, Los Angeles. 3209-3211 

Tierra de oro. See Saga of gold. 

Tim imprisons Harpy and Sandy. See 
Adventures of big Bill Baker. 

To my dear nieces. See Character 
studies in one act. 

Toad (The) with the jeweled head; a 
play in 3 acts, by P. Kerr. © 1 c. 
Mar. 30, 1937; D 48691; Peter Kerr, 
New York. 3212 

Tom Sawyer. See Tom Sawyer's treas- 
ure hunt. 



Tom Sawyer's treasure hunt; (drama- 
tized from Samuel L. Clemens' Tom 
Sawyer) in 4 acts, by Charlotte B. 
Chorpenning. New York, N. Y., Lon- 
don [etc., etc.] 1937] 63 p. illus. 
12mo. © Mar. 31, 1937 ; 2 c. Apr. 5 ; 
D 48807 ; Samuel French, New York. 

3213 

Too many Smiths ; a farce comedy in 
3 acts, by O. E. Popplestone and E. 
Hopkins. © 1 c. Apr. 5, 1937; D 
48865; Charles Edward Popplestone, 
Maplewood, N. J., and Edwin Hop- 
kins, New York. 3214 

Tookeywear, limited; a comedy in 3 
acts, by T. Jennings. © 1 c. Apr. 
7, 1937; D 48898; Thomas Jennings, 
Manlius, N. Y. 3215 

Trade marks the spot ; a bed-time story 
for adults [by] Marshall Whitehead. 
Sioux City, la., 1936. 3 numb. 1. 
4to. © Sept. 1, 1936; 2 c. Apr. 3, 
1937; D 48945; Wetmore declama- 
tion bureau, Sioux City, la. 3216 

Traduction en vers frangais des Bu- 
coliques de Virgile; [par] colonel 
[Simon] Godchot. 3. ed. (vers latins 
et vers frangais) Nice, Chez l'au- 
teur [1936] 145 p. 12mo. © Dec. 
15, 1936; 1 c. Feb. 25, 1937; A— For- 
eign 34816; Simon Godchot, Nice, 
France. 3216* 

Trailer (The) family; no. 1, by A. L. 
Stahl. 1937. 1 1. 4to. © Mar. 31, 
1937 ; 2 c. Apr. 1 ; D 49283 ; Alvin L. 
Stahl, New York. 3217 

Trailers go voyaging; a play in 3 acts, 
by Stanley Horizon [pseud, of L. 
Rimmer] © 1 c. Apr. 12, 1937; D 
48985 ; Lotti Rimmer, Toronto. 3218 

Trans-frontier ; a tale of frontier force 
troops and the poodle faker, by C. B. 
Riley. © 1 c. Feb. 18, 1937; D 
48676; Charles Brook Riley, Mel- 
bourne, Australia. 3219 

Trompeur (Le) de Seville; piece en 3 
actes, d'A. Obey. © 1 c. Apr. 12, 
1937 ; D 49066 ; Andre Obey, Paris. 

3220 

Trouble is the word for Blair. See 
First nighter. 

Truth may hurt ; by Lonnie Hicks. 
1937. 85 numb. 1. 4to. © Mar. 4, 
1937; 2 c. and aff. Mar. 6; AA 
230486: Lonnie Hicks, New York. 

3221 

Truth pays a visit; a play in 3 acts, 
by Joseph Lebo. © 1 c. Apr. 10, 1937 ; 
D 48907; Joseph Roosevelt Lebo, 
New York. 3222 



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no. 4, 1937 



3250* 



Turtle (The) egg; a play in 3 acts, 
by L. Inverness. © 1 c. Apr. 16, 
1937 ; D 49177 ; Lencq Inverness, Cin- 
cinnati. 3223 

Twenty-five years ago today! scripts 
nos. 2, 3, a radio and dramatic pro- 
gram, by Max Graf. © 1 c. each 
Mar. 10, 1937; D 48777, 48778; Max 
Graf productions, San Francisco. 

3224, 3225 

Twenty short plays on a royalty holi- 
day (1937 to 1940) ; edited by Mar- 
garet Mayorga, with illustrations by 
Alphonse Bare. New York [etc., 
etc.] 1937. viii, [2] p. 1, 1., 435 p. 
illus. 8vo. Dramatic contents. — A 
darksome furriner, by Weldon 
Stone. — Coquine, by Bosworth Crock- 
er. — Skinflint, by Ronald Elwy 
Mitchell. — The inn of return, by Don 
C. Jones. — Lawd, does You undah- 
stan'? by Ann Seymour. — Only the 
birds, by Esther Sagalyn. — The front 
door, by Barbara Busse. — The count 
and the pig, by Eloise Eubank and 
William Shapard. — Shooting star, 
by Jack W. Lewis. — An evening 
reverie of Philippine peasants, by 
Walter Robb. — A paternity case, by 
Gertrude Allen. — 01' Captain, by 
Virgil L. Baker. — Monkey house, by 
Harold Callen. — Sweet 16, by Arleen 
Thyson. — Box car heading west by 
Gordon Daline. — Everybody's doing 
it, by Elise West Quaife.— Auf 
wiedersehn, by Sada Cowan. — Tea- 
time for Shelley's faun, by Delia 
Van Deusen. — Fire of the Lord, by 
Frank Durham. — Flood control, by 
Milward W. Martin. © Mar. 27, 
1937 ; 2 c. Mar. 29 ; D 48760 ; Samuel 
French, New York. 3226 

Twitter inn ; a farce in 3 acts, by J. L. 
Casaly. © 1 c. Mar. 29, 1937; D 
48684; John Louis Casaly, Natick, 
Mass. 3227 

U. S. P. ; or, Uncle Sam presents, a 
play in 3 acts, by Julian W. Thayer 
[pseud, of W. J. Perlman] © 1 c. 
Apr. 2, 1937; D 48729; William J. 
Perlman, Los Angeles. 3228 

Uncle Sam presents. See U. S. P. 

Uncle's in the headlines. See T. N T. 

Unknown (The) visitor; a drama, bv 
L. T. Eaton. © 1 c. Mar. 29, 1937; 
D 49347; Loren T. Eaton, Burbank. 
Calif. 3229 

Upon troubled waters ; a 3-act play, by 
Joan Craig [pseud, of F. Drimer] 



© 1 c. Apr. 21, 1937 ; D 49247 ; Frieda 
Drimer, New York. 3230 

Valley (The) of service; a 2-act mis- 
sionary drama, by M. W. Jones. © 
1 c. Apr. 15, 1937 ; D 49167 ; Myrtle 
Watson Jones, Caney, Kan. 3231 

Vanity of youth. See Health rack- 
etters. 

Variation in h-moll; lustspiel in 3 ak- 
ten [von] Wilhelm Schmidt. Wien 
[1936] 116, [1] p. 12mo. © Nov. 
26, 1936 ; 1 c. Mar. 29, 1937 ; D 48803 ; 
R. Kiesel & Bohme, Salzburg, Aus- 
tria. 3232 

Varsity show ; a radio continuity, by 
Henry Souvaine, nos. 1-11 of series 
1. © 1 c. each Apr. 16, 1937; D 
49094-49104; Henry Souvaine, inc., 
New York. 3233-3243 

nos. 12, 13 of series 1. © 1 c. 

each Apr. 29, 1937; D 49379, 49380; 
Henry Souvaine, inc., New York. 

3244-3245 

Vegetables (The) have an argument; 
episodes 1-5, a radio program, by 
K. G. McLoughlin. © 1 c. Apr. 21, 
1937; D 49289; Katherine G. Mc- 
Loughlin, Los Angeles. 3246 

Vic and Sade ; Mar. 2-5, 8-12, 15-19, 
22-26, 29-31, 1937, by Paul Rhymer. 
© 1 c. each Apr. 6, 1937; D 48798; 
Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 

3247 

Vier (Die) wande ; eine komodie in 3 
aufziigen [von] Hermann Kienzl. 
Wien [1936] 74, [1] p. 12mo. © 
Nov. 26, 1936; 1 c. Mar. 29, 1937; D 
48802 ; R. Kiesel & Bohme, Salzburg, 
Austria. 3248 

Vinicius ; a scenario, by L. Moeller, from 
the book, Quo vadis. © 1 c. Apr. 13, 
1937; D 49039; Lilly Moeller, New 
York. 3249 

Virginia ; a musical romance in 2 acts, 
book by L. Stallings, music by Arthur 
Schwartz. Text. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 
1937; D 48859; Laurence Stallings, 
New York. 3250 

Visions of America ; The will to be free, 
God's gift to man; The earth encir- 
cling Aryans; by John L. Benbow. 
Detroit, B. N. publishing co. [1937] 
320 p. 12mo. © Apr. 3, 1937; 2 c. 
and aff. Apr. 9; A 105230; John Lin- 
coln Benbow, Fort Madison, la. 

3250* 

Visit (The) to Baldy's cabin. See Ad- 
Ventures (The) of big Bill Baker. 



139 



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3251 



pt. i, n. s., v. 10 



Vorhang ( Der ) f iillt ; komodie in 6 bil- 
dern, von Fred Heller und Adolf 
Schiitz. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 1937; D 
49240 ; Verlag Max Pfeffer, Vienna. 

3251 

Voyage (Le) a Biarritz; piece en 1 acte 
[par] Jean Sarment [pseud, of J. 
Bellemere] (In La Petite illustra- 
tion, no 796) © Nov. 7, 1936; 1 c. 
Dec. 23; D 49306; Jean Bellemere, 
Paris. 3252 

Wall (The) ; a play in 3 acts, by A. R. 
Wormington. © 1 c. Apr. 14, 1937 ; D 
49038 ; Adrienne Roucolle Worming- 
ton, Denver. 3253 

Warum liigst du, cherie . . .? musikal- 
isches lustspiel in 3 akten (nach Mary 
Lucy) von Hans Lengsf elder und 
Siegfried Tisch, musik von Leonhard 
K. Marker. Vollstandiges regie- und 
soufflierbuch. Text. © 1 c. Mar. 29, 
1937; D 48801; Ludwig Doblinger 
(Bernhard Herzmansky), Vienna. 

3254 

We never know ; a comedy in prologue 
and 3 acts, by O. Dunham and E. 
Wagner. © 1 c. Apr. 2, 1937; D 
48763 ; Orley Dunham, Berkeley, 
Calif., and Elby Wagner, Oakland, 
Calif. 3255 

We who plunder ; a political satire in 3 
acts, by M. Sara and T. Denton. © 
1 c. Mar. 22, 1937 ; D 48853 ; Martin 
Sara and Thomas Denton, Brooklvn. 

3256 

Well, what next? a comedy-drama in 1 
scene, by L. Fonnesbeck. © 1 c. Mar. 
30, 1937 ; D 48692 ; Ltijah Fonnesbeck, 
New York. 3257 

What I see in Genesis ; by Silva J. 
Wertz. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 1937; D 
48832 ; Silva Jane Wertz, Wilmington, 
Calif. 3258 

What name for the dog — & Harpy's 
disappearance. See Adventures of 
big Bill Baker. 

When gentlemen meet ; or, Gentleman 
meets gentleman, a revue sketch, bv 
C. H. Barclay. © 1 c. Apr. 12, 1937 ; 
D 48990; Carleton Henry Barclay, 
New York. 3259 

When Peter pipes ; a play in 4 scenes, 
by J. C. Cochran. © 1 c. Apr. 23, 
1937 ; D 49290 ; Jean Carter Cochran, 
Plainfield, N. J. 3260 

Where there's a will; a 1-act play, by 
W. Acton. © 1 c. Apr. 8, 1937; D 
48926; Wallace Acton, New York. 

3261 



White (The) dove; a play in 3 acts, by 
B. Sonnenberg. © 1 c. Mar. 12, 1937 ; 
D 48816 ; Benjamin Sonnenberg, New 
York. 3262 

Who goes there? a play in 3 parts, by 
Leslie Barrie [pseud, of H. Knott] 
© 1 c. Apr. 6, 1937 ; D 48862 ; Henry 
Knott, New York. 3263 

Who's afraid of the big bad ghost? a 
short play for intermediate grades 
[by] Marjorie M. Williams. Sioux 
City, la., 1936. 4 numb. 1. 4to. © 
Sept. 1, 1936; 2 c. Apr. 3, 1937; D 
48934 ; Wetmore declamation bureau, 
Sioux City, la. 3264 

Who's afraid of the big bad giant? [by] 
Luella E. McMahon. Sioux City, la., 
1937. 3 numb. 1. 4to. © Feb. 1, 
1937 ; 2 c. Apr. 3 ; D 48939 ; Wetmore 
declamation bureau, Sioux City, la. 

3265 

Widows' (The) sit down strike; a play 
in 3 acts, by C. Zig-Shye. © 1 c Apr. 
17, 1937; D 49165; Chas. Zig-Shye, 
New York. 3266 

Wiles of Jemima. See Three ballad 
mimes. 

Will to be free, God's gift to man. See 
Visions of America ; The will to be 
free, God's gift to man ; The earth 
encircling Aryans. 

Will we ever meet again. See Expe- 
riences of a million men. 

Willie and Eugene Howard in Zaney 
hotel ; by R. V. Harvey [pseud, of 
V. P. Rehg] © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1937 ; D 
48704; Victor P. Rehg, Brooklyn. 

3267 

Windfall. See One-act (The) theatre. 

Winifred and the talking piano ; mono- 
logue for a child [by] Grace Lee 
Gaffnev. Sioux City, la., 1936. 1 1. 
4to. © Sept. 1, 1936; 2 c. Apr. 3, 
1937; D. 48946; Wetmore declama- 
tion bureau, Sioux City, la. 326S 

Winston (A) walks out: a play in 4 
acts, by F. M. Engler. © 1 c. Apr. 16, 
1937 ; D 49197 ; Florence Mae Engler, 
Jamaica, N. Y. 3269 

Women (The) : a play by Clare Boothe 
[pseud, of Clare Lucel New York 
T1937] xvi, [2] p., 1 1., 3-215 p. Svo. 
© Mar. 30, 1937 ; 2 c. Apr. 1 ; D 48698 : 
Random house, inc., New York. 3270 

See also Sex Fifth avenue. 



140 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



no. 4, 1937 



3284 



Women in revolution ; pageant, by A. B. 
Morgan. © 1 c. Mar. 23, 1937; D 
48971 ; Annie B. Morgan, Kansas City, 
Kan. 3271 

Words (The) and the music: a play in 
3 acts, by F. M. Engler. © 1 c. Apr. 
5, 1937 ; D 48869 ; Florence Mae Eng- 
ler, Jamaica, N. Y. 3272 

Ye modern beauty shoppe ; [by] Kate 
Alice White. Sioux City, la., 1936. 
5 numb. 1. 4to. © Sept. 1, 1936 ; 2 c. 
Apr. 3, 1937 ; D 48933 ; Wetmore dec- 
lamation bureau, Sioux City, la. 

3273 

Yellow yanders. See Health racketeers. 

Yes, my darling daughter ; a comedy in 
3 acts, by Mark Reed. New York, 
London [etc.] Samuel French, 1937. 
5 p. 1., 3-128 p. front., plates. 12mo. 
Rev. version of Mother's day, by the 
same author. © Apr. 2, 1937; 2 c. 
Apr. 3 ; D 48788 ; Mark Reed, White 
Plains, N. Y. 3274 

Yesterdays' heroes ; a dramatic compo- 
sition by J. Norworth. © 1 c. Apr. 13, 
1937 ; D 49072 ; Jack Norworth, New 
York. 3275 

You'll find romance ; an operetta in 2 
acts, book and lyrics by Alice L. Mac- 
Bride, music by H. A. Snyder. © 1 c. 
Apr. 21, 1937; D 39269; Howard A. 
Snyder, Davenport, la. 3276 

You may be next ; episode no. 1. Mur- 
der by proxie, by McCann-Erickson, 



inc. © 1 c. Mar. 29, 1937 ; D 48882 ; 
McCann-Erickson, inc., New York. 

3277 

You're a hit ; a 1-act play, by I. George. 
© 1 c. Apr. 15, 1937; D 49075; Ina 
George, New York. 3278 

Your best girl ; by Jam Handy picture 
service, inc. © 1 c. Apr. 16, 1937; 
D 49089; Independent grocers' alli- 
ance, Chicago. 3279 

Your job and mine ; radio audition 
script, by L. D. Hollister. © 1 c. Apr. 
12, 1937; D 49043; Len D. Hollister, 
New York. 3280 

Your name please? [by] Carol Hough- 
ton. Sioux City, la., 1937. 3 numb. 1. 
4to. © Feb. 1, 1937 ; 2 c. Apr. 3 ; D 
48943 ; Wetmore declamation bureau, 
Sioux City, la. 3281 

Your secret heart ; radio drama, by L. 
Gould. © 1 c. Apr. 20, 1937 ; D 49250 ; 
Lawrence Gould, New York. 3282 

Youth at the helm; a farcical comedy 
in 3 acts, from the German of Paul 
Vulpius, by Hubert Griffith. London, 
New York [etc., etc.] [1936] 68 p. 
diagrs. 8vo. ( [French's acting edi- 
tion, no. 890] ) © Aug. 28, 1936 ; 1 c. 
Apr. 9, 1937; D 48955; Samuel 
French, ltd., London. 3283 

1937 distributor meetings of the Rich- 
field oil corporation of New York ; by 
AudiVision, inc. © 1 c. Mar. 27, 1937 ; 
D 48961; Richfield oil corp. of New 
York, New York. 3284 



Number of entries of dramas included in part 1, group 3, of the catalog 
since Jan. 1, 1937 : 

Dramatic compositions (including 2,230 unpublished) 2,499 

Dramatic compositions in foreign languages (including 96 unpub- 
lished) 241 

Dramatico-musical compositions (including 31 unpublished) 50 

Dramatico-musical compositions in foreign languages (including 1 un- 
published) 20 

Total 2,810 



141 



TITLES OF DRAMAS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS 
BEEN RENEWED UNDER SECTIONS 23 AND 24 OF THE ACT OF 
MARCH 4, 1909 [3284 



Arcadians (The) ; a new fantastic mu- 
sical play in 3 acts, book by Mark 
Ambient and A. M. Thompson, lyrics 
by A. Wimperis, music by Lionel 
Monckton and Howard Talbot. © 
Arthur Wimperis, London, as the au- 
thor of the lyrics. R 55649, Mar. 8, 
1987. 1 

Art of governing men. See Prince 
Charming. 

Ballet (The) of jewels; a spectacle in 
2 tableaux, written by R. H. Burn- 
side, music by Manuel Klein. R. H. 
Burnside, New York, as the author 
of the text. R 55161, Feb. 1, 1937. 2 

Daughters of Eve ; a musical comedy, 
book and lyrics by F. G. Buchanan. 
© Frances Grant Buchanan, Gar- 
dena, Calif., as the author. R 56178, 
Mar. 18, 1937. 3 

House of the heart, and other plays 
for children ; designed for use in the 
schools, by Constance D'Arcy Mac- 
kay. Contents. — The house of the 
heart. — The gooseherd and the gob- 
lin. — The enchanted garden. — Nimble 
Wit and Fingerkin. — A little pilgrim's 
progress. — A pageant of hours. — On 
Christmas eve. — The elf child. — The 
princess and the pixies. — The Christ- 



mas guest. © Constance D'Arcy 
Mackay Holt, New York, as the au- 
thor. R 55667, Mar. 20, 1937. 4 

Moissonneur (Le) ; pie en 5 actes [par] 
R. Charbonnel, avec musique de scene, 
soli et choeurs de Francis Casadesus. 
[Libretto only] © Raoul Charbon- 
nel, Paris, as the author of the text. 
R 55015, Jan. 28, 1937. 5 

Piper ; play in 4 acts, by Josephine 
Preston Peabody. © Lionel S. Marks, 
Cambridge, Mass., as the widower of 
the author. R 56127, Mar. 13, 1937. 6 

Prince Charming; or, The art of gov- 
erning men, a drama in 4 acts, 
adapted by A. More from a tr. of the 
French tale by Edouard Laboulaye. 
© Anne More, Polo, 111., as the au- 
thor. R 55858, Feb. 25, 1937. 7 

Rosary (The) ; dramatic work in 4 
acts, by E. E. Rose. © Edward E. 
Rose, Fremont, Wis., as the author. 
R 55675, Mar. 24, 1937. 8 

Three plays ; by H. Granville-Barker. 
Contents. — The marrying of Ann 

Leete. The Voysey inheritance. — 

Waste. © Harley Granville-Barker, 
% A. P. Watt & son, London, as the 
author. R 55386, Mar. 4, 1937. 9 



142 



CLASSES L AND M 

MOTION PICTURES 



Alfred university celebrates its centen- 
nial ; by Edmund Francis Hackett. 
© title, description and 3 prints 
reed. Apr. 17, 1937; M 7348; Inter- 
national business machines corp., 
New York. 3285 

Back to the woods; story by Searle 
Kramer, screen play by Andrew Ben- 
nison, directed by Preston Black. 2 
reels. © Apr. 26, 1937 ; 2 c. Apr. 27 ; 
description Apr. 30; L 7095; Colum- 
bia pictures corp. of Calif., ltd., Los 
Angeles. 3286 

Bad housekeeping; story by Leslie 
Goodwins and Monty Collins, directed 
by Leslie Goodwins. 2 reels. © 
Mar. 5, 1987; 2 c. and description 
Apr. 20 ; L 7062 ; RKO-radio pictures, 
inc., New York. 3287 

Bargain matinee; directed by Milton 
Schwarzwald. Reel. © Apr. 9, 
1937; 2 c. Apr. 10; description Apr. 
14; L 7049; Universal pictures co., 
inc., New York. 3288' 

Berlin's (Irving) On the avenue. See 
On the avenue. 

Better sale-ing. © title, description and 
1023 prints reed. Apr. 13, 1937; M 
7329; Chevrolet motor co., Detroit. 

3239 

Bill cracks down ; original story by 
Owen Francis and Morgan Cox, 
screen play by Dorrell McGowan and 
Stuart McGowan, directed by Wil- 
liam Nigh. 6 reels. © Mar. 22, 
1937; 2 c. and description Apr. 5; 
L 7019 ; Republic pictures corp., New 
York. 3290 

Bosko's Easter eggs. (Hugh Rudolf 
Harman-Ising cartoon in technicolor) 
Reel. © Mar. 17, 1937; 2 c. and 
description Apr. 8; M 7310; Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New York. 

3291 

Bret Harte's The outcasts of Poker 
Flat. See Outcasts (The) of Poker 
Flat. 

Bug carnival; by Paul Terry, Mannie 
Davis and George Gordon. Reel. © 



Apr. 16, 1937; 2 c. and description 
Apr. 21 ; M 7354 ; Terrytoons, inc., 
New Rochelle, N. Y. 3292 

Building the San Francisco-Oakland 
bay bridge ; series 1. Reel. © Apr. 
9, 1937 ; 2 c. and description Apr. 16 ; 
M 7355 ; Kenneth Ferguson Roberts, 
Alameda, Calif. 3293 

California missions ; text by Harold 
McCracken, narration by Alois Hav- 
rilla. (World on parade no. 9) 
Reel. © Apr. 16, 1937; 2 c. and 
description Apr. 20; M 7349; Van 
Beuren corp., New York. 3294 

California straight ahead ; original 
story by Herman Boxer, screen play 
by Scott Darling, directed by Arthur 
Lubin. 7 reels. © Apr. 20, 1937; 
2 c. and description Apr. 22 ; L 7073 ; 
Universal pictures co., inc., New 
York. 3295 

Call it a day ; from the play by Dodie 
Smith, screen play by Casey Robin- 
son, directed by Archie L. Mayo. 10 
reels. © Mar. 10, 1937; 2 c. and 
description Apr. 12 ; L 7042 ; Warner 
bros. pictures, inc., New York. 3296 

Can this be Dixie ; based on story by 
Lamar Trotti and George Marshall, 
screen play by Lamar Trotti, di- 
rected by George Marshall. 8 reels. 
© Nov. 13, 1936 ; 2 c. and description 
Apr. 29, 1937 ; L 7093 ; Twentieth cen- 
tury-Fox film corp., New YorK. 

3297 

Captain Blue Blood ; no. 2060-61, story 
and dialogue by Burnet Hershey, di- 
rected by Roy Mack. 2 reels. © 
Apr. 26, 1937; 2 c. and description 
Apr. 26; L 7076; Vitaphone Corp., 
New York. 3298 

Charlie Chan at the opera ; based on 
the character Charlie Chan created 
by Earl Derr Biggers, from a story 
by Bess Meredyth, screen play by 
Scott Darling and Charles S. Belden, 
directed by H. Bruce Humberstone. 
7 reels. © Jan. 8, 1937; 2 c. and 
description Apr. 13; L 7043; Twen- 
tieth century-Fox film corp., New 
York. 3299 



143 



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3300 



pt. I, n. s., v. 10 



Chicken a la king ; animation by David 
Tendlar and Nicholas Tafuri, di- 
rected by Dave Fleischer. Reel. © 
Apr. 16, 1937 ; 2 c. Apr. 28 ; descrip- 
tion Apr. 27 ; M 7361 ; Paramount 
pictures, inc., New York. 3300 

Circus girl ; original story by Frank 
R. Adams, screen play by Adele Buf- 
fington and Bradford Ropes, directed 
by John H. Auer. 7 reels. © Mar. 1, 
1937 ; 2 c. and description Apr. 27 ; 
L 7084 ; Republic pictures Corp., New 
York. 3301 

Cla$s prophecy. See When love is 
young. 

Cloistered ; realization by Robert Alex- 
andre, English adaptation by I. E. 
Lopert, narration by Rev. Father 
Matthew Kelly. 7 reels. © May 
21, 1936; 2 c. Apr. 28; description 
Apr. 29; L 7096; Best film co., inc., 
New York. 3302 

Cocktail party; direction by Milton 
Schwarzwald. Reel. © Apr. 22, 
1937 ; 2 c. Apr. 26 ; description Apr. 
23; L 7080; Universal pictures co., 
inc., New York. 3303 

Colescopic (A) presentation of the un- 
orthodox microscopic criteria for the 
pathological differentiation of gastric 
neoplasms from simple inflammatory 
ulcers ; by Lewis Gregory Cole. 
(Scroll 1) Reel. ©Jan. 28, 1937; 
2 c. Jan. 29; description Apr. 13; M 
7325 ; American medical films, inc., 
New York. 3304 

Comic artist's home life ; story by Jef- 
ferson Machamer, produced by Al 
Christie. 2 reels. © Apr. 8, 1937; 
2 c. and description Apr. 9; L 7039; 
Educational films corp. of America, 
New York. 3305 

Criminals of the air ; story by Jack 
Cooper, screen play by Owen Francis, 
directed by C. C. Coleman, jr. 6 reels 
© Apr. 27, 1937; 2 c. Apr. 27; de- 
scription Apr. 28; L 7088; Columbia 
pictures corp. of Calif., ltd., Los An- 
geles. 3306 

Dick Tracy; episodes 1-6, based on 
cartoon strip by Chester Gould, orig- 
inal story by Morgan Cox and George 
Morgan, screen play by Barry Ship- 
man and Winston Miller, directed by 
Rav Taylor and Alan James 13 reels. 
© Mar. 5, 1937; 2 c. Apr. 28; de- 
scription Apr. 27 ; L 7085 ; Republic 
pictures corp., New York. 3307 

Dragnet (The) See Secret agent X-9. 



Draw your own specifications. Reel. 
© Mar. 29, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
Apr. 5; M 7337; AudiVision, inc., 
New York. 3308 

E. M. Newman's Northern lights ; no. 
2023, dialogue by Ira Genet, narrated 
by Jean Paul King. Reel. © Apr. 
19, 1937; 2 c. and description Apr. 
19; M 7342; Vitaphone corp., New 
York. 3309 

E. M. Newman's The Hollanders ; no. 
2027, dialogue by Ira Genet, narrated 
by Basil Ruysdael, edited by Bert 
Frank. Reel. © Apr. 26, 1937 ; 2 c. 
and description Apr. 26; M 7358; 
Vitaphone corp., New York. 3310 

Elephant boy ; based on Toomai of the 
elephants by Rudyard Kipling, screen 
play by John Collier, directed by 
Robert Flaherty and Zoltan Korda. 
10 reels. © Apr. 22, 1937; 2 c. and 
description Apr. 22 ; L 7067 ; London 
film productions, ltd., Denham, Ux- 
bridge, Middlesex, England. 3311 

Fair warning; from a story by Philip 
Wylie, screen play by and directed 
by Norman Foster. 7 reels. © Mar. 
5, 1937; 2 c. and description Apr. 6; 
L 7028; Twentieth century-Fox film 
corp., New York. 3312 

False fires. See Secret agent X-9. 

Four square. © title, description and 
825 prints reed. Apr. 13, 1937; M 
7333; Chevrolet motor co., Detroit. 

3313 

Frameup (The) ; story by Richard E. 
Wormser, screen play by Harold 
Shumate, directed by D. Ross Leder- 
man. 6 reels. © Apr 19, 1937 ; 2 c. 
Apr. 17 ; description Apr. 28 ; L 7089 ; 
Columbia pictures corp. of Calif., 
ltd., Los Angeles. 3314 

Fun in the water ; narrative by Jack 
Kofoed, described by Paul Douglas. 
(News world of sports) Reel. © 
Apr. 10, 1937; 2 c. Apr. 10: descrip- 
tion Apr. 12; M 7317; Columbia pic- 
tures corp. of Calif., ltd., Los An- 
geles. 3315 

Girl (The) from Scotland Yard; from 
a story by Coningsby Dawson, screen 
play by Doris Anderson and Dore 
Senary, directed by Robert Vignola. 
7 reels. © Apr. 9, 1937 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription Apr. 16 ; L 7054 ; Paramount 
pictures, inc., New York. 3316 

Git along little dogies ; original screen 
play by Dorrell and Stuart McGowan, 
directed by Joseph Kane. 8 reels. © 



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3334 



Mar. 22, 1937; 2 c. and description 
Apr. 5; L 7023; Republic pictures 
corp., New York. 3317 

Going places with Lowell Thomas ; no. 
35, narrated by Lowell Thomas, pro- 
duced by Charles E. Ford. Reel. © 
Apr. 9, 1937 ; 2 c. and description Apr. 
10; M 7315; Universal pictures co., 
inc., New York. 3318 

Good (The) old soak; from the play 
The old soak by Don Marquis, screen 
play by A. E. Thomas, directed by J. 
Walter Ruben. 8 reels. © Apr. 19, 
1937 ; 2 c. and description Apr. 26 ; 
L 7075; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., 
New York. 3319 

Grand (The) hooter; screen play by 
Elwood Ullman, Al Giebler and 
Charlie Melson, directed by Del Lord. 
2 reels. © Apr. 19, 1937; 2 c. Apr. 
17 ; description Apr. 29 ; L 7094 ; Co- 
lumbia pictures corp. of Calif., ltd., 
Los Angeles. 3320 

Guns in the dark; original story by E. 
B. Mann, screen play and adaptation 
by Charles F. Royal, directed by Sam 
Newfield. 6 reels. © Apr. 14, 1937 ; 
2 c. and description Apr. 20 ; L 7058 ; 
Republic pictures corp., New York. 

3321 

H. G. Wells' The man who could work 
miracles. See Man (The) who could 
work miracles. 

Harte's (Bret) The outcasts of Poker 
Flat. See Outcasts (The) of Poker 
Flat. 

Hearts are thumps ; directed by Gordon 
Douglas. Reel. © Mar. 24, 1937; 2 
c. and description Apr. 15; L 7050; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New 
York. 3322 

Her husband lies ; story by Oliver H. 
P. Garrett, screen play by Wallace 
Smith and Eve Greene, directed by 
Edward Ludwig. 8 reels. © Mar. 12, 
1937 ; 2 c. and description Apr. 5 ; L 
7025 ; Paramount pictures, inc., New 
York. 3323 

Herald (The) of the skies; supervised 
and directed by Leonard Poole. 
(Strange as it seems by John Hix) 
Reel. © Apr. 3, 1937; 2 c. Apr. 3; 
description Apr. 5 ; M 7299 ; Columbia 
pictures corp. of Calif., ltd., Los An- 
geles. 3324 

Hi de ho; no. 2078, written by Burnet 
Hershey, directed by Roy Mack. 
Reel. © Apr. 19, 1937; 2 c. and de- 
scription Apr. 19 ; L 7057 ; Vitaphone 
corp., New York. 3325 



Hills of old Wyoming; based on the 
story The round-up by Clarence E. 
Mulford [and] Hills of old Wyoming 
by Leo Robin and Ralph Rainger, 
screen play and dialogue by Maurice 
Geraghtv, directed by Nate Watt. 8 
reels. © Apr. 16, 1937; 2 c. Apr. 
28 ; description Apr. 27 ; L 7083 ; Para- 
mount pictures, inc., New York. 

3326 

Hittin' the trail ; screen play by Robert 
Emmett, directed by R. N. Bradbury. 
6 reels. © Apr. 10, 1937; 2 c. Apr. 
26; description Apr. 27; L 7082; 
Grand national films, inc., New York. 

3327 

Hi-ya, doc; story by Parke Levy, di- 
rected by William Watson. 2 reels. 
© Apr. 23, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
Apr. 27; L 7081; Educational films 
corp. of America, New York. 3328 

Horsepower. © title, description and 
957 prints reed. Apr. 13, 1937; M 
7330; Chevrolet motor co., Detroit. 

3329 

Hospitaliky ; animated by Seymour 
Kneitel and William Henning, di- 
rected by Dave Fleischer. Reel. © 
Apr. 16, 1937; 2 c. Apr. 28; descrip- 
tion Apr. 27; M 7360; Paramount 
pictures, inc., New York. 3330 

Hot (The) air salesman; animated by 
Thomas Johnson and David Hoffman, 
directed by Dave Fleischer. (Betty 
Boop cartoon) Reel. © Mar. 12, 
1937 ; 2 c. and description Apr. 5 ; 
M 7301 ; Paramount pictures, inc., 
New York. 3331 

Hotel A La Swing ; no. 2070-71, written 
by Burnet Hershey, directed by Roy 
Mack. 2 reels. © Apr. 22, 1937; 
2 c. and description Apr. 22 ; L 7068 ; 
Vitaphone corp., New York. 3332 

In His steps. See Sins of children. 

Inlawfull ; story by Jean W. Yarbrough 
and George Jeske, directed by Jean 
W. Yarbrough. 2 reels. © Apr. 21, 
1937 ; 2 c. and description Apr. 20 ; 
L 7065 ; RKO-radio pictures, inc., 
New York. 3333 

Interns can't take money ; based on a 
story by Max Brand, screen play by 
Rian James and Theodore Reeves, di- 
rected by Alfred Santell. 8 reels. © 
Apr. 16, 1937; 2 c. and description 
Apr. 23 ; L 7072 ; Paramount pictures, 
inc., New York. 3334 

Irving Berlin's On the avenue. See On 
the avenue. 



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It's a living; written by Gayne Whit- 
man, narrated by Rush Hughes. Reel. 
© Mar. 5, 1937; 2 c. Apr. 19; de- 
scription Apr. 3 ; M 7345 ; Paramount 
pictures, inc., New York. 3335 

Jam (The) session; no 2091, directed 
by Joseph Henabery. Reel. © Apr. 
28, 1937 ; 2 c. and description Apr. 
28; L 7087; Vitaphone Corp., New 
York. 3336 

Jim Hanvey — detective ; original story 
by Octavus Roy Cohen, adaptation by 
Eric Taylor and Cortland Fitzsim- 
mons, screen play by Joseph Krum- 
gold and Olive Cooper, directed by 
Phil Rosen. 8 reels. © Apr. 11, 
1937; 2 c. and description Apr. 21; 
L 7064 ; Republic pictures corp., New 
York. 3337 

Just a spark. © title, description and 
1837 prints reed. Apr. 13, 1937; M 
7328; Chevrolet motor co., Detroit. 

3338 

Kiko the kangaroo in The hay ride ; 
by Paul Terry, Mannie Davis and 
George Gordon. Reel. © Apr. 2, 
1937; 2 c. and description Apr. 9; 
M 7314; Terrytoons, inc., New Ro- 
chelle, N. Y. 3339 

King Soccer ; narrated by Ted Husing. 
(The Grantland Rice Sportlight) 
Reel. © Mar. 19, 1937 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription Apr. 6 ; M 7303 ; Paramount 
pictures, inc., New York. 3340 

Laughs and flashes. © title, descrip- 
tion and 583 prints reed. Apr. 13, 
1937; M 7334; Chevrolet motor co., 
Detroit. 3341 

Leader (The) news. © title, descrip- 
tion and 1078 prints reed. Apr. 13, 
1987; M 7332; Chevrolet motor co., 
Detroit. 3342 

Left-handed law; story by Charles M. 
Martin, screen play by Frances Gui- 
han, directed by Lesley Selander. 6 
reels. © Apr. 8, 1937; 2 c. and de- 
scription Apr. 9; L 7038; Universal 
pictures co., inc., New York. 3343 

Let's go ; story by Ben Harrison, ani- 
mation by Manny Gould, produced by 
Charles Mintz. Reel. © Apr. 10, 
1937 ; . 2 c. Apr. 10 ; description Apr. 
12 ; M 7318 ; Screen gems, inc., Los 
Angeles. 3344 

Let's go commercial. Reel. © Mar. 24, 
1937 : 2 c. and description Mar. 27 ; 
M 7320; AudiVision, inc., New York. 

3345 



Let them live ; story by Richard Worm- 
ser, screen play by Bruce Manning 
and Lionel Houser, directed by Harold 
Young. 8 reels. © Apr. 14, 1937 ; 2 c. 
and description Apr. 15 ; L 7053 ; 
Universal pictures co., inc., New 
York. 3346 

Lightnin' Crandall; original story by 

E. B. Mann, adaptation by Charles 

F. Royal, directed by Sam Newfield. 
6 reels. © Mar. 24, 1937; 2 c. and 
description Apr. 5 ; L 7022 ; Republic 
pictures corp., New York. 3347 

Listening (The) shadow. See Secret 
agent X-9. 

Locks and bonds ; story by Leslie Good- 
wins and George Jeske, directed by 
Leslie Goodwins. 2 reels. © Apr. 16, 
1937 ; 2 c. Apr. 20 ; description Apr. 
19 ; L 7060 ; RKO-radio pictures, inc., 
New York. 3348 

Man (The) who could work miracles; 
scenario and dialogue by H. G. Wells, 
directed by Lothar Mendes. 9 reels. 
© Apr. 14, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
Apr. 14 ; L 7047 ; London film produc- 
tions, ltd., Denham, Uxbridge, Mid- 
dlesex, England. 3349 

March (The) of Time; v. 3. 2 reels 
each. © Time, inc., New York. 

3350, 3351 

No. 8. © Mar. 19, 1937; 2 c. and 
description Apr. 5; M 7298. 

No. 9. © Apr. 16, 1937; 2 c. and 
description Apr. 19; M 7344. 

Marked woman ; original screen play 
by Robert Rossen and Abem Finkel, 
directed by Lloyd Bacon. 10 reels. © 
Feb. 19, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
Apr. 12 ; L 7040 ; Warner bros. pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 3352 

Medium well done ; no. 1958. story by 
Ira Genet, directed by Lloyd French. 
Reel. © Apr. 21, 1937; 2 c. and de- 
scription Apr. 26 ; L 7078 ; Vitaphone 
corp., New York. 3353 

Melody for two ; story by Richard Mac- 
aulay, screen play by George Bricker, 
Luci Ward and Joseph K. Watson, 
directed by Louis King. 7 reels. © 
Mar. 18, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
Apr. 14 ; L 7046 ; Warner bros. pic- 
tures, inc. and the Vitaphone corp., 
New York. 3354 

Melody girl ; story by Marcy Klauber 
and Arthur Jarrett, produced by Al 
Christie. 2 reels. © Apr. 16, 1937; 



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3388 



2 c. and description Apr. 21 ; L 7066 ; 
Educational films corp. of America, 
New York. 3355 

Mickey's elephant. (A Walt Disney 
Mickey Mouse) Reel. © Sept. 29, 
1936; 2 c. and description Apr. 20, 
1937; M 7353; Walt Disney produc- 
tions, ltd., Los Angeles. 3356 

Motor madness ; screen play by Fred 
Niblo, jr. and Grace Neville, directed 
by D. Ross Lederman. 7 reels. © 
Apr. 5, 1937; 2 c. Apr. 5; descrip- 
tion Apr. 6 ; L 7029 ; Columbia pic- 
tures corp. of Calif., ltd., Los Angeles. 

3357 

Mountain justice ; original screen play 
by Norman Reilly Raine and Luci 
Ward, directed by Michael Curtiz. 
10 reels. © Nov. 6, 1936 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription Apr. 14, 1937; L 7045; 
Warner bros. pictures, inc., New 
York. 3358 

Movietone news; v. 19, no. 46-51. 1 
reel each. © Feb. 18, 23, 25, Mar. 2, 
4, 9, 1937 ; 2 c. and description each 
Apr. 6; M 7304-7309; Movietonews, 
inc., New York. 3359-3364 

Music by Morgan ; continuity by Milton 
Hocky, directed by Fred Waller. 
Reel. © Feb. 12, 1937 ; 2 c. Apr. 26 ; 
description Mar. 2 ; M 7359 ; Para- 
mount pictures, inc., New York. 

3365 

My artistical temperature; animated 
by Seymour Kneitel and Abner Mat- 
thews, directed by Dave Fleischer. 
Keel. © Mar. 19, 1937; 2 c. and 
description Apr. 5 ; M 7300 ; Para- 
mount pictures, inc., New York. 

3366 

Navy blues : original screen play by 
Gordon Kahn and Eric Taylor, di- 
rected by Ralph Staub. 7 reels. © 
Apr. 19, 1937; 2 c. and description 
Apr. 20; L 7059; Republic pictures 
corp., New York. 3367 

New (A) lease on home trade. Reel. 



© Mar. 24, 1937 



c. and descrip- 



tion Mar. 27; M 7321; AudiVision, 
inc., New York. 3368 

ISight key; original story by William 
Pierce, screen play by Tristram Tup- 
per and John C. Moffitt, directed by 
Lloyd Corrigan. 7 reels. © Apr. 23, 
1937; 2 c. Apr. 26; description Apr. 
24 ; L 7079 ; Universal pictures co., 
inc., New York. 3369 

Nobody home; narrated by George 
Shelton, commentary by Justin Her- 
man, edited by Leslie Roush. Reel. 



© Apr. 2, 1937; 2 c. and description 
Apr. 6 ; M 7302 ; Paramount pictures, 
inc., New York. 3370 

Nobody's baby; original story and 
screen play by Harold Law, Hal 
Yates and Pat C. Flick, directed by 
Gus Meins. 7 reels. © Apr. 6, 1937 ; 
2 c. and description Apr. 15 ; L 7052 ; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New 
York. 3371 

Off to the races ; original screen play 
by Robert Ellis and Helen Logan, 
based on the character created by 
Katharine Kavanaugh, directed by 
Frank R. Strayer. 6 reels. © Feb. 
19, 1937 ; 2 c. and description Apr. 6 ; 
L 7027; Twentieth century-Fox film 
corp., New York. 3372 

Old soak. See Good (The) old soak. 

On the air. © title, description and 
1001 prints reed. Apr. 13, 1937; M 
7331 ; Chevrolet motor co., Detroit. 

3373 

On the avenue ; [by Irving Berlin] 
screen play by Gene Markey and Wil- 
liam Conselman, directed by Roy Del 
Ruth. 10 reels. © Feb. 4, 1937; 
2 c. and description Apr. 29 ; L 7091 ; 
Twentieth century-Fox film corp., 
New York. 3374 

Optical illusions. Reel. © Jan. 22, 
1937; 2 c. Feb. 4; description Feb. 
16; M 7346; Gerrit C. Zwart, Suf- 
fern, N. Y. 3375 

Other (The) fellow. © title, descrip- 
tion and 1199 prints reed. Apr. 13, 
1937; M 7327; Chevrolet motor co., 
Detroit. 3376 

Outcasts (The) of Poker Flat; [by 
Bret Harte] screen play by John 
Twist and Harry Segall, directed by 
Christy Cabanne. 8 reels. © Apr. 
16, 1937 ; 2 c. and description Apr. 
20 ; L 7061 ; RKO-radio pictures, inc., 
New York. 3377 

Paradise express ; original story by 
Allan Vaughn Elston and Paul Perez, 
screen play by Jack Natteford and 
Betty Burbridge, directed by Joseph 
Kane. 6 reels. © Feb. 22, 1937; 
2 c. and description Apr. 5; L 7020; 
Republic pictures corp., New York. 

3378 

Paramount news; no. 51-60. 1 reel 
each. © Jan. 28, Feb. 1, 4, 8, 11, 
15, 18, 22, 25, Mar. 1, 1937 ; 2 c. each 
Apr. 29; description each Apr. 27; 
M 7365-7374; Paramount pictures, 
inc., New York. 3379-3388 



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pt. i, n. s., v. 10 



Paramount pictorial 4 ; no. 9. Reel. © 
Apr. 9, 1937; 2 c. Apr. 19; descrip- 
tion Apr. 20 ; M 7351 ; Paramount 
pictures, inc., New York. 3389 

Pathology (The) of ulcerating gastric 
neoplasms ; by Lewis Gregory Cole. 
(A colescopic presentation, scroll 4) 
Reel. © Apr. 15, 1937; 2 c. and 
description Apr. 28 ; M 7364 ; Amer- 
ican medical films, inc., New York. 

3390 

Play street; no. 2076-77, directed by 
Joseph Henabery. 2 reels. © Apr. 
22, 1937 ; 2 c. and description Apr. 22 ; 
L 7069 ; Vitaphone corp., New York. 

3391 

Porky's romance ; no. 7751, animation 
by Bob Bentley and Joe D'Igalo, pro- 
duced by Leon Schlesinger. (Looney 
tunes) Reel. © Apr. 19, 1937; 2 c. 
and description Apr. 19 ; M 7340 ; 
Vitaphone corp., New York. 3392 

Prince (The) and the pauper; by Mark 
Twain, dramatic version by Catherine 
Chisholm Cushing, screen play by 
Laird Doyle, directed by William 
Keighley. 13 reels. © Mar. 11, 1937 ; 
2 c. and description Apr. 28 ; L 7086 ; 
Warner bros. pictures, inc., New York. 

3393 

Problems of the payroll ; by Edmund 
Francis Hackett. © title, descrip- 
tion and 3 prints reed. Apr. 1, 1937 ; 



M 



>97; International business ma- 



chines corp., New York. 



3394 



Pudgy takes a bow-wow; animated by 
Myron Waldman and Lillian Fried- 
man, directed by Dave Fleischer. 
(Betty Boop cartoon) Reel. © Apr. 
9, 1937; 2 c. Apr. 19; description 
Apr. 20 ; M 7352 ; Paramount pictures, 
inc., New York. 3395 

Quality street; by James M. Barrie, 
screen play by Allan Scott and 
Mortimer Offner, directed by George 
Stevens. 9 reels. © Mar. 26, 1937; 
2 c. and description Apr. 7 ; L 7030 ; 
RKO-radio pictures, inc., New York. 

3396 

rcoentgenological diagnosis of ulcer of 
the cap or postpyloric ulcer, duodenal 
ulcer ; by Lewis Gregory Cole. ( A 
colescopic presentation, scroll no. 1, 
no. 2) 1 reel each. © Jan. 28, 1937 ; 
2 c. each Jan. 29; description each 
Apr. 13; M 7323, 7324; American 
medical films, inc., New York. 

3397, 3398 



Romance (The) of digestion; directed 
by Felix E. Feist. (A miniature with 
Robert Benchley) Reel. © Mar. 11, 
1937 ; 2 c. and description Apr. 8 ; 
M 7311 ; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp., 
New York. 3399 

Romance (The) of Robert Burns; no 
7874-75, story by Forrest Barnes, di- 
rected by Crane Wilbur. 2 reels. © 
Apr. 19, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
Apr. 19 ; L 7055 ; Vitaphone corp., 
New York. 3400 

Round-up (The) See Hills of old 
Wyoming. 

Satisfaction guaranteed. See Too many 
wives. 

Scrappy's band concert ; story by Allen 
Rose, animation by Harry Love. 
Reel. © Apr. 13, 1937; 2 c. Apr. 
13; description Apr. 20; M 7350; 
Screen gems, inc., Los Angeles. 3401 

Sealed lips. See Secret agent X-9. 

Secret agent X-9 ; based on the news- 
paper feature entitled Secret agent 
X-9, original story and screen play 
by Wyndham Gittens, Norman S. 
Hall, Ray Trampe and Leslie Swa- 
bacher, directed by Ford Beebe and 
Cliff Smith. 2 reels each. © Uni- 
versal pictures co., inc., New York. 

3402-3405 
Chap. 4, The listening shadow. © 

Apr. 5, 1937 ; 2 c. Apr. 7 ; descrip- 
tion Apr. 6 ; L 7033. 
Chap. 5, False fires. © Apr. 12, 1937 ; 

2 c. Apr. 14 ; description Apr. 13 ; 

L 7048. 
Chap. 6, The dragnet. © Apr. 19, 

1937 ; 2 c. Apr. 20 ; description 

Apr. 21 ; L 7071. 
Chap. 7, Sealed lips. © Apr. 26, 

1937 ; 2 c. and description Apr. 27 ; 

L 7090. 

Selling big equipment. Reel. © Mar. 
24, 1937 ; 2 c. and description Mar. 
27 ; M 7319 ; AudiVision, inc., New 
York. 3406 

Seventh heaven ; adapted from the 
stage play written by Austin Strong, 
screen play by Melville Baker, di- 
rected by Henry King. 12 reels. © 
Mar. 26, 1937; 2 c. and description 
Apr. 23 ; L 7074 ; Twentieth century- 
Fox film corp., New York. 

3407, 3408 

— Same. © Mar. 26, 1937; 2 c. 
and description Apr. 29; L 7092; 
Twentieth century-Fox film corp., 
New York. 



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3426 



Shutting the door on Joe Mechanical. 
Reel. © Mar. 24, 1937 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription Mar. 27; M 7322; Audi- 
Vision, inc., New York. 3409 

Sins of children; suggested by the 
novel In His steps by Charles M. 
Sheldon, screen play by Karl Brown 
and Hinton Smith, directed by Karl 
Brown. 8 reels. © Sept. 22, 1936; 
2 c. Apr. 3, 1937; description Feb. 
13; L 7024; Grand national films, 
inc., New York. 3410 

Some time soon ; original story and 
music by Val Burton and Will Jason, 
screen play by Stanley Rauh and 
Richard Goldstone, directed by Sam- 
my Lee. 2 reels. © Apr. 6, 1937 ; 2 c. 
Apr. 12 ; description Apr. 13 ; L 7044 ; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New 
York. 3411 

Song of the city ; original story and 
screen play by Michael Fessier, di- 
rected by Errol Taggart. 7 reels. © 
Mar. 29, 1937; 2 c. and description 
Apr. 5 ; L 7018 ; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer 
corp., New York. 3412 

Special arrangements ; no. 2072, di- 
rected by Joseph Henabery. Reel. 
© Apr. 19, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
Apr. 19 ; L 7056 ; Vitaphone corp., 
New York. 3413 

Steel (The) workers; story by Walter 
Lantz and Victor McLeod, artists, 
Ray Abrams, Leo Salkin and Ed Ben- 
edict. (Meany, Miny, Moe) Reel. 
© Apr. 21, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
Apr. 22 ; M 7326 ; Universal pictures 
co., inc., New York. 3414 

Stranger than fiction ; no. 35, narrated 
by Alois Havrilla, produced by 
Charles E. Ford. Reel. © Apr. 12, 
1937; 2 c. Apr. 14; description Apr. 
16; M 7339; Universal pictures co., 
inc., New York. 3415 

Swing high, swing low ; based on a play 
by George Manker Watters and Ar- 
thur Hopkins, screen play by Virginia 
Van Upp and Oscar Hammerstein 2d, 
directed by Mitchell Leisen. 10 reels. 
© Mar. 12, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
Apr. 9 ; L 7037 ; Paramount pictures, 
inc.. New York. 3416 

Tabulating (The) card; by Edmund 
Francis Hackett. © title, description 
and 3 prints reed. Apr. 17, 1937; M 
7347; International business ma- 
chines corp., New York. 3417 

Terraplane takes the lead. Reel. © 
Mar. 29, 1937; 2 c. and description 



Apr. 5 ; M 7338 ; AudiVision, inc., New 
York. 3418 

That man's here again ; story by Ida 
A. R. Wylie, screen play by Lillie 
Hayward, directed by Louis King. 6 
reels. © Mar. 10, 1937; 2 c. and 
description Apr. 12 ; L 7041 ; Warner 
bros. pictures, inc., New York. 3419 

Three smart boys ; directed by Gordon 
Douglas. Reel. © Mar. 31, 1937; 2 
c. and description Apr. 8 ; L 7034 ; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New 
York. 3420 

Thunder in the city ; screen play by 
Robert E. Sherwood, Aben Kandel 
and Akos Tolnay, directed by Marion 
Gering. 9 reels. © Apr. 2, 1937 ; 2 c. 
Apr. 3 ; description Apr. 20 ; L 7063 ; 
Columbia pictures corp. of Calif., ltd., 
Los Angeles. 3421 

Time out for romance ; original story by 
Eleanore Griffin and William Rankin, 
screen play by Lou Breslow and John 
Patrick, directed by Malcolm St. 
Clair. - 7 reels. © Mar. 19, 1937 ; 2 c. 
and description Apr. 6 ; L 7026 ; Twen- 
tieth century-Fox film corp., New 
York. 3422 

Too many wives ; from the story Satis- 
faction guaranteed by Richard Eng- 
lish, screen play by Dorothy Yost, 
Lois Eby and John Grey, directed by 
Ben Holmes. 7 reels. © Apr. 9, 1937 ; 
2 c. and description Apr. 22 ; L 7070 ; 
RKO-radio pictures, inc., New York. 

3423 

Toomai of the elephants. See Elephant 
boy. 

Top of the town ; original story idea by 
Lou Brock, screen play by Brown 
Holmes and Charles Grayson, di- 
rected by Ralph Murphy. 9 reels. © 
Apr. 6, 1937 ; 2 c. and description Apr. 
7 ; L 7032; Universal pictures co., inc., 
New York. 3424 

Trail of vengeance ; original story by 
E. B. Mann, adaptation and screen 
play by George H. Plympton and Fred 
Myton, directed by Sam Newfield. 6 
reels. © Mar. 29, 1937 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription Apr. 5 ; L 7021 ; Republic 
pictures corp., New York. 3425 

Tsar to Lenin; compiled and edited by 
Max Eastman, collected and produced 
by Herman Axelbank. 7 reels. © 
Mar. 6, 1937 ; 1 c. Mar. 12 ; 1 c. Apr. 
10 ; description Mar. 10 ; M 7316 ; Le- 
nauer international films, inc., New 
York. 3426 



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3427 



pt. i, n. s., v. 10 



Two gun law; story by Norman Shel- 
don, screen play by John B. Rathmell, 
directed by Leon Barsha. 6 reels. © 
Apr. 6, 1937 ; 2 c. Apr. 6 ; description 
Apr. 9; L 7036; Columbia pictures 
corp. of Calif., ltd., Los Angeles. 3427 

Universal newsreel. 1 reel each. © 
Universal pictures co., inc. 3428-3437 
No. 539, 540. © Feb. 23, 26, 1937 ; 2 c. 

and description each Mar. 31 ; M 

7294, 7295. 
No. 541, 542. © Mar. 2, 5, 1937 ; 2 c. 

each Apr. 8; description each Apr. 

7 ; M 7312, 7313. 
No. 543, 544. © Mar. 9, 12, 1937; 

2 c. each Apr. 12 ; description each 

Apr. 14 ; M 7335, 7336. 
No. 545, 546. © Mar. 16, 19, 1937; 

2 c. each Apr. 19; description each 

Apr. 22 ; M 7356, 7357. 
No. 547, 548. © Mar. 23, 26, 1937; 

2 c. each Apr. 26; description each 

Apr. 28; M 7362, 7363. 

Vitaphone diversions ; no. 2092. Reel. 
© Apr. 26, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
Apr. 26; L 7077; Vitaphone corp., 
New York. 3438 

Vitaphone (A) pictorial revue, no. 7; 
no. 2039, dialogue by Ira Genet, com- 
mentator Basil Ruysdael. Reel. © 
Apr. 19, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
Apr. 19; M 7343; Vitaphone corp., 
New York. 3439 

Waikiki wedding; based on a story by 
Frank Butler and Don Hartman, 
screen play by Frank Butler, Don 
Hartman, Walter DeLeon and Fran- 



cis Martin, directed by Frank Tuttle. 
10 reels. © Mar. 26, 1937 ; 2 c. and 
description Apr. 7 ; L 7031 ; Para- 
mount pictures, inc., New York. 3440 

Way out West ; original story by Jack 
Jevne and Charles Rogers, screen play 
by Charles Rogers, Felix Adler and 
James Parrott, directed by James W. 
Home. 7 reels. © Apr. 9, 1937 ; 2 c. 
and description Apr. 15 ; L 7051 ; Me- 
tro-Gold wyn-Mayer corp., New York. 

3441 

Wells' (H. G.) The man who could 
work miracles. See Man (The) who 
could work miracles. 

Whale! Ho; no. 1956. Reel. © Apr. 
19, 1937 ; 2 c. and description Apr. 19 ; 
M 7341 ; Vitaphone corp., New York. 

3442 

When love is young; from the story 
Class prophecy by Eleanore Griffin, 
screen play by Eve Greene and Joseph 
Fields, directed by Hal Mohr. 9 reels. 
© Mar. 31, 1937 ; 2 c. Apr. 1 ; descrip- 
tion Apr. 2; L 7017; Universal pic- 
tures co., inc., New York. 3443 

Woodland cafe. (Walt Disney Silly 
symphony) Reel. © Mar. 3, 1937; 
2 c. Mar. 31 ; description Apr. 1 ; M 
7296; Walt Disney productions, ltd., 
Los Angeles. 3444 

23% hours leave ; from the story by 
Mary Roberts Rinehart, screen play 
by Harry Ruskin and Henry McCarty, 
directed by John G. Blystone. 8 reels. 
© Mar. 20, 1937; 2 c. Apr. 10; de- 
scription Apr. 9; L 7035; Grand na- 
tional films, inc., New York. 3445 



Number of entries in classes L and M included in the catalog since Jan. 1, 1937 : 

Motion-picture photoplays 292 

Motion pictures other than photoplays 343 

Total 635 



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DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 

MOTION PICTURES 



1937 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 10 
No. 5 



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THE Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 1, Group 3, 
issued monthly, contains titles of Dramatic compositions and Motion pictures. 

Group 3 contains, in two separate alphabets, the titles of the entries made in 
Class "D", Dramatic compositions, and Dramatico-musical compositions, arranged 
alphabetically by title; Class "L", Motion-picture photoplays; and Class "M", 
Motion pictures other than photoplays, arranged alphabetically by title. 

Under the act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 1909, the preliminary 
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To save space in the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbre- 
viated. The abbreviations used in this part are as follows: "D", Class D, Dramatic 
compositions; "L", Class I, Motion-picture photoplays; and "M", Class M, Motion 
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manuscript copy; and "2 c." for two copies, followed by date of their receipt. 

A list of dramatic compositions of which the subsisting copyright has been 
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The annual index contains the names of all copyright proprietors, the names of 
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CLASS D 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



Ace (The) of spies; a drama in 5 acts, 
bv Roland Renard [pseud, of A. L. 
Fuchs] © 1 c. May 15, 1937; D 
49711; Andre Lucien Fuchs, New 
York. 3446 

Adolescents (The), a play in 3 acts, by 
John Boruff, jr. © 1 c. May 7, 1937 ; 
D. 49966; John Perry Boruff, jr., 
New York. 3447 

Adventures (The) of big Bill Baker; 
a radio script, by Edith Meiser. epi- 
sode no. 31. The re-appearance of 
Gloria La Mare. © 1 c. May 8, 1937 ; 
D 49584 ; McKnight and Jordan, inc., 
New York. 3448 

episode no. 32. Questioning 



Minna. © 1 c. May 8, 1937; D 
495S5 : McKnight and Jordan, inc., 
New York. 3449 

episode no. 33. Minna's con- 



fession. © 1 c. May 8, 1937; D 
49586 ; McKnight and Jordan, inc., 
New York. 3450 

episode no. 34. Story of eye 



of Burma and Disappearance of 
Toko. © 1 c. May 28, 1937 ; D 49951 ; 
McKnight and Jordan, inc., New 
York. 3451 

episode no. 35. Death of 



Major Fox. © 1 c. May 28, 1937 ; D 
49952 ; McKnight and Jordan, inc., 
New York. 3452 

episode no. 36. Investigating 



death of Major Fox. © 1 c. May 
28, 1937; D 49953; McKnight and 
Jordan, inc., New York. 3453 

episode no. 37. The king 



cobra and the start of the Hollywood 
adventure. © 1 c. May 28, 1937; D 
49954 ; McKnight and Jordan, inc., 
New York. 3454 

episode no. 38. The pearl 

necklace engagement ceremony. © 
1 c. May 28, 1937; D 49955; Mc- 
Knight and Jordan, inc., New York. 

3455 

episode no. 39. Mystery of 



1937; D 49956; McKnight and Jor- 
dan, inc., New York. 3456 

Adventures (The) of Dari-Dan ; a ra- 
dio program, by Roy A. Sorensen. 
chapters nos. 25-27. © 1 c. each 
Apr. 29, 1937; D 49385-49387; Bow- 
ey's, inc., Chicago. 3457-3459 

chapter no. 28. © 1 c. May 

5, 1937 ; D 49487 ; Bowey's, inc., Chi- 
cago. 3460 

chapters nos. 29, 30. © 1 c. 

each May 8, 1937; D 49587, 49588; 
Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 3461, 3462 

chapters nos. 31, 32. © 1 c. 

each May 10, 1937 ; D 49627, 49628 ; 
Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 3463, 3464 

chapter no. 33. © 1 c. May 

14, 1937; D 49732; Bowey's, inc., Chi- 
cago. 3465 

chapter no. 34. © 1 c. May 



17, 1937 ; D 49746 ; Bowey's, inc., Chi- 
cago. 3466 

chapter no. 35. © 1 c. May 



20, 1937; D 49805; Bowey's, inc., 
Chicago. 3467 

chapters nos. 36, 37. © 1 c. 



May 22, May 24, 1937; D 49872, 
49873; Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 

3468, 3469 

chapters nos. 38, 39. © 1 c. 

each May 27, 1937; D 49939, 49940; 
Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 3470, 3471 

Affairs (The) of Lisette ; operetta 
from, The shoes I wore, text by 
Irene Rix Weaver [pseud, of M. I. 
Weaver] music by Richard De 
Laeter. © 1 c. Apr. 27, 1937; D 
39278 ; Mavis Irene Weaver, Subiaco, 
Australia. 3472 

Against all comers ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by A. Rowe. © 1 c. May 26, 1937 ; 
D 49928; Anne Rowe, New York. 

3473 

Alarm im radio ; in 3 akte, von Hans 

Regina von Nack. © 1 c. May 13, 

1937 ; D 49685 ; Universum literarni 

agentura Bohumila Perlika, Prague, 

the missing pearls. © 1 c. May 28, 1 Czechoslovakia. 3474 



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3475 



pt. i, n. s., v. 10 



Albert Mitchell, the answer man; by 
McCann-Erickson, inc. episodes nos. 
14-16. ©lc. each Apr. 30, 1937 ; D 
49399-49401; McCann-Erickson, inc., 
New York. 3475^3477 

episodes nos. 17-19. © 1 c. 



«ach May 8, 1937; D 49622-49624 
McCann-Erickson, inc., New York. 

3478-3480 

episodes nos. 20-22. © 1 c. 



each May 13, 1937; D 49676^9678; 
McCann-Erickson, inc., New York. 

3481-3483 

Albrecht von Osterreich; drama in 
einem yorspiel, 3 akten nnd einem 
epilog (7 bilder) von Max Stebich. 
Salzburg, 1937. 69, [1] p. 8vo. © 
Feb. 15, 1937 ; 1 c. Apr. 17 ; D 49534 ; 
R. Kiesel & Bohme, Salzburg, Aus- 
tria. 3484 

All flags flying; a play in 3 acts, by 
Martha Pittenger. © 1 c. May 11, 
1937; D 49634; Martha Katherine 
Pittenger, Albany. 3485 

All sales final ; a play in 3 acts, by J. 
Kohler and H. Elias. © 1 c. May 6, 
1937; D 49533; Jane Kohler and 
Horace Elias, Baltimore. 3486 

All that glitters ; a play in 3 acts, by 
J. Baragwanath and K. Simpson. © 

1 c. May 26, 1937; D 49903; John 
Baragwanath and Kenneth Simpson, 
New York. 3487 

Always a headline ; a play in 3 acts, by 
James Cushman. © 1 c. Apr. 20, 
1937; D 49878; James Joseph Cush- 
man, New York. 3488 

Amazing (The) Dr. Clitterhouse ; a 
play in 3 acts, by Barre Lyndon. 
New York, Random house [1937] 4 
p. 1., 3-238 p. 8vo. © May 10, 1937 ; 

2 c. May 13; D 49692; Barre Lyn- 
don, London. 3489 

Amelia al ballo ; an opera buffa, words 
libretto and music by G. C. Menotti. 
© 1 c. Apr. 30, 1937 ; D 39280 ; Gian 
Carlo Menotti, New York. 3490 

American pen women. See See Amer- 
ica first. 

Amphitryon 38 ; a comedy in prologue 
and 3 acts, by S. N. Behrman, 
adapted from the French of Jean 
Giradoux. © 1 c. May 18, 1937; D 
49769 ; S. N. Behrman, New York. 

3491 

And a little child; a play in 1 act, by 
J. Tyler. © 1 c. Apr. 29, 1937; D 



49405; Jack Tyler, Flushing, L. I., 
N. Y. 3492 

And then what happened? a book ap- 
preciation play in 1 act, by Jean Lee 
Latham. Chicago [1937] 20 p. 
cliagr. 12mo. © May 17, 1937 ; 2 c. 
May 20 ; D 49795 ; Dramatic pub. co., 
Chicago. 3493 

Angels on wheels ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by H. K. Moritz. © 1 c. May 1, 
1937; D 49435; Henry K. Moritz, 
New York. 3494 

Ann Worth-housewife ; by Thomas 
Dougall. nos. A-196-A-200. © 1 c. 
each Apr. 30, 1937; D 49450-49454; 
King-Trendle broadcasting corp., De- 
troit. 3495-3499 

nos. A-201-A-205. © 1 c. 

each May 7, 1937; D 49608-49612; 
King-Trendle broadcasting corp., De- 
troit. 3500-3504 



nos. A-206-A-210. © 1 c. 

each May 10, 1937; D 49617-49621; 
King-Trendle broadcasting corp., De- 
troit. 3505-3509 

nos. A-211-A-214. © 1 c. 



each May 17, 1937; D 49724-49727: 
King-Trendle broadcasting corp., De- 
troit. 3510-3513 

Anne Boleyn ; a play in 3 acts, by I. S. 
Elman. © 1 c. May 17, 1937; D 
49738; Irving S. Elman, New York. 

3514 

Annerl ; eine liebesgeschichte um Jo- 
hann Strauss. Singspiel in einem akt 
nach Franz Feiler, von Hans Spirk. 
Musik von Theodor H. Leschetizky. 
Salzburg, 1937. 21, [1] p. 8vo. 
Text. © Feb. 15, 1937 ; 1 c. Apr. 17 ; 
D 49536; R. Kiesel & Bohme, Salz- 
burg, Austria. 3515 

Astrolite; a play in 3 acts, by John 
Ravold. © 1 c. May 11, 1937; D 
49616 ; John D. Ravold, New York. 

3516 

At midnight ; a fantasy in 1 act, by F. 
Anspacher. © 1 c. May 17, 1937 ; D 
49756 ; Florence Anspacher, New 
York. 3517 

At the races; by J. McMahill, jr. © 
1 c. May 5, 1987 ; D 49550 ; John Mc- 
Mahill, jr., Chicago. 3518 

Audience wanted; by A. Scudder. © 
1 c. May 17, 1937; D 49762; An- 
toinette Scudder, Short Hills, N. J. 

3519 



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no. 5, 1937 



3540 



Bachelors and bachelettes ; a radio 
script, by W. R. Morison. © 1 c. 20, 
1937; D 49826; William Rainey 
Morison, New York. 3520 

Bankrot ; a drama in 3 acts, by Baruch 
Bernard. 

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.1937 ,*nnys H ,pis' va .-nxanyn 
© May 20, 1937; 2 c. May 27: D 
49933; Baruch Bernard, New York. 

3521 

Barriers (The) between; a comedy- 
drama in 3 acts, by Elin A. and C. J. 
Haanna, and Joseph A. Dernier. Rev. 
ed. © 1 c. May 1, 1937; D 49430; 
Charles J. Haanna, New York. 3522 

Beau Nash of Bath ; a comedy in 4 
acts, by F. Speaight. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 
1937; D 49644; Frank Speaight, 
Southport, England. 3523 

Before the curtain rises ; by E. J. 
Strecker. (In Four more plays for 
two people, Chicago [1937]) © Apr. 
30, 1937 ; 2 c. May 6 ; D 45961 ; Dra- 
matic pub. co., Chicago. 3524 

Beginner's luck ; a play in 3 acts, by O. 
Davis. © 1 c. May 3, 1937 ; D 49480 ; 
Owen Davis, New York. 3525 

Between two forces ; a play in 4 acts, by 
V. Yinnichenko, translated by G. 
Yakovlev and A. Dowd, adaptation by 
G. Yakovlev. © 1 c. Mav 27, 1937; 
D 49943 ; George Yakovlev and Alice 
Dowd, New York. 3526 

Biography of a crisis ; a play in 3 acts, 
by L. A. Akopiantz, C. M. Dessner 
and I. Schwartz. © 1 c. May 24, 1937 ; 
D 49870 ; Levon Abel Akopiantz, New 
York, C. Matthew Dessner, Wood- 
side, L. I., N. Y., Irving Schwartz, 
Brooklyn. 3527 

Bitter harvest. See Resurrection at 
sundown. 

Black eagles ; by B. Disque, jr. and 
Jay Hanna. Acts 2, 3. © 1 c. May 
5, 1937; D 49516; Brice Disque, 
jr., New York. 3528 

Bleeding (The) heart; opera fantasia 
in 3 acts, by W. F. Hanson. Vocal 
score. © 1 c. May 22, 1937 ; D 39293 ; 
William F. Hanson, Provo, Utah. 

3529 

Blinding (The) reality ; a play in 3 acts, 
by L. Yon Harden. © 1 c. Mav 11, 
1G37; D 49669; Lew Yon Harden, 
New York. 3530 



Blow out the candles ; a comedy of old 
New Orleans in 3 acts, by E. S. Ford. 
© 1 c. Apr. 23, 1937; D 49668; Eve- 
lyn Soule Ford, New Orleans. 3531 

Blue (The) mantle; a Christmas carol, 
by Kathleen Wallace. London [1937] 
16 p. 12mo. ( [French's acting edition, 
no. 2074] ) © Apr. 20, 1937 ; 1 c. May 
8 ; D 49639 ; Samuel French, ltd., Lon- 
don. 3532 

Blue Ridge (The) mountains of Vir- 
ginia ; by E. Hoch. © 1 c. May 3, 
1937; D 49S43; Emil Hoch, Holly- 
wood, Calif. 3533 

Bluebeard a la mode ; by C. Clarke with 
the collaboration of Robert LeSueur. 
© 1 c. May 4, 1937 ; D 49477 ; Clorinda 
Clarke, Utica, N. Y. 3534 

Bonne (La) et le garcon boucher ; par 
R. Brinon. © 1 c. May 18, 1937; D 
49916 ; Raymond Brinon, Pau, France. 

3535 

Boudoir knights ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
M. S. Maloney and C. G. Lewis. © 
1 c. Apr. 30, 1937; D 49895; M. S. 
Maloney and C. G. Lewis, Philadel- 
phia. 3536 

Brain trust expose. See Cuman sin 
sumor. 

Bright ( The ) side ; a sketch, by Norman 
Bridge Eaton. (In Four more plays 
for two people. Chicago [1937]) © 
Apr. 30, 1937 ; 2 c. May 6 ; D 49547 ; 
Dramatic pub. co., Chicago. 3537 



Broken link. 
Zavatch. 



See Secret of Doctor 



Buda-Pesth ; a play in 6 scenes and an 
epilogue, by Cyril Kay-Scott [pseud, 
of F. C. Wellman] and Alice Kay- 
Scott [pseud, of A. W. Flanders] © 
1 c. May 20, 1937 ; D 49845 ; Frederick 
Creighton Wellman and Alice Well- 
man Flanders, New York. 3538 

But for the grace of God; a play in 3 
acts, by Leopold Atlas. New York, 
Los Angeles, [etc., etc.] Samuel 
French, 1937. 5 p. 1., 3-151 p. front., 
plates, 12mo. © May 3, 1937; 2 c. 
May 4; D 49787; Leopold Atlas, 
Brooklyn. 3539 

But now we wonder ; a play in 3 acts, 
by H. L. Baum. © 1 c. May 22, 1937 ; 
D 49846; Harry L Baum, Denver. 

3540 

Buying camera in department store. 
See Honest working girl. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



3541 



pt. i, n. s., v. 10 



Calamities ; a play for children in 3 
scenes, by F. C. Pritchard. London 
[1937] 2 p. 1., 7-21 p. 12nio. ( [French's 
plays for boys, no. 39]) © Apr. 20, 
1937 ; 1 c. May 13 ; D 49691 ; Samuel 
French, ltd., London. 3541 

Castaway (The) islanders; a comedy 
in 3 acts, by I. J. Alexander. © 1 c. 
May 1, 1937; D 49408; Isaiah John 
Alexander, Brooklyn. 3542 

Cavalryman's (The) daughter; a 
comedy drama in 5 acts, by Walter 
DeCamp Reynolds. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 
1937 ; D 49181 ; Alpa Jane Rowland, 
Roseburg, Or. 3543 

Ce fnt un soir ; courant triphase, par. 
R. Brinon. © 1 c. May 18, 1937 ; D 
49912 ; Raymond Brinon, Pau, 
France. 3544 

Century (A) of culture; an historical 
pageant and masque commemorating 
the Centennial of public education 
in North Carolina, written in col- 
laboration by students and teachers 
for the North Carolina education as- 
sociation under the direction of 
Frederick H. Koch, production ar- 
rangement by Edith Russell. [Dur- 
ham, N. C, The Seeman printery, 
1937] xx, 86 p. front., plates. 8vo. 
© Apr. 21, 1937; 2 c. and aff. Apr. 
26 ; A 104856 ; North Carolina educa- 
tion assn., Raleigh, N. C. 3544 * 

Chamber (The) of pearls; bv A. 
Scudder. © 1 c. May 17, 1937; D 
49765; Antoinette Scudder, Short 
Hills, N. J. 3545 

Child (A) is born; a Christmas Bibli- 
cal play in 1 act, by R. P. Claggett. 
© 1 c. May 21, 1937; D 49847; 
Ralph Palmer Claggett, Highland 
Park, Mich. 3546 

Chiselers ; 3-act American farce with 
music. Book by Syjay Treitel, mu- 
sic by E. Burnett, lyrics by Syjay 
Treitel and E. Burnett. © 1 c. May 
6, 1937; D 39281; S. J. Treitel and 
Ernie Burnett, New York. 3547 

Choice plays for Children's day ; Phila- 
delphia, Chicago, 1937. 26 p. 12mo. 
Contents. — The prodigal son, by 
Mattie B. Shannon. — Who giveth all, 
by Elsie Duncan Yale. — Courage in 
Crete, by Elsie Duncan Yale. — In 
the household of Zaccheus, by Elsie 
Duncan Yale. © Apr. 23, 1937 ; 2 c. 
Apr. 29; D 49383; Rodeheaver co., 
Philadelphia. 3548 

Christ glorified; by Dr. William M. 
Lamers. Milwaukee, Wis., 1936. 2 



p. 1., 2^7 numb. 1., 25 1. fol. Cap- 
tion title. © Dec. 1, 1936 ; 2 c. Mav 
7, 1937; D 49545; Catholic dramatic 
movement, Milwaukee. 3549 

Christopher Columbus ; a play in 3 
acts, by M. S. Segall. © 1 c. May 
4, 1937; D 49481; Martha Salonen 
Segall, Hollywood, Calif. 3550 

Clouds over Eden ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by R. Birchard. © 1 c. May 10, 
1937; D 49591; Ralph Birchard, 
South Pasadena, Calif. 3551 

Cocktail hour ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Kesten Snell [pseud, of E. Kesten 
and S. Sneli] © 1 c. May 27, 1037 ; 
D 49942; Ernest Kesten and Stella 
Snell, New York. 3552 

College melody. See First nighter. 

Composite ( The ) man ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Ronald Jeans. The music 
of the two songs by Vivian Ellis. 
[London] Play rights & publications, 
ltd. [1936] 102 p. plates, diagrs. 
8vo. Text. © Dec. 31, 1936; 1 c. 
May 18, 1937; D 49641; Ronald 
Jeans, London. 3553 

Coronation of the fairy queen; a play 
in 1 act, by M. R. Baumgarten, 
dramatized from her short story by 
Clifford McGuinness. © 1 c. May 
7, 1937; D 49564; Maud R. Baum- 
garten, Pittsburgh. 3554 

Cosmetics commercial ; by D. Claire. 
© 1 c. May 4, 1937; D 49877; Dor- 
othy Claire, New York. 3555 

Cossacks beyond the Danube (Zaporo- 
getz za Dunayem) ; a comic opera in 
4 acts, by Simen Artemowsky. 
Translated from the Ukrainian, by 
W. J. Stepankowsky. New York, 
1937. 61 p. illus., ports. 8vo. Text. 
© May 8, 1937; 2 c. May 19; D 
49785; Wladimir Jacob Stepankow- 
sky. New York. 3556 

Couple (The) next door; continuities 
nos. 1-20, by Thompson Buchanon. 
© 1 c. each May 8, 1937; D 49574; 
Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 

3557 

Crisis : a mystery play in 3 parts, by 
M. M. Crapo. © 1 c. May 18. 1937; 
D 49768; Mary Morley Crapo, De- 
troit. 355S 

Crucible. Sec Three industrial plays. 

Crusaders ; a play in 9 scenes, by E. C. 
Flaisfchlen. © 1 c. May 1, 1937: D 
49402; Edith C. Flaischlen, Berlin. 

3559 



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no. 5, 1937 



3589* 



Cuman sin sumor (Brain trust ex- 
pose) ; by Lewis Collings. [Scars- 
dale, N. Y., Scarsdale press, 1937] 
43 p. 12mo. © May 1, 1937; 2 c. 
May 6; D 49834; Lewis Collings, 
Scarsdale, N. Y. 3560 

Darkness (The) ; a drama in 1 act, by 
C. D. Gilpatric. © 1 c. May 12, 
1937: D 49651; Carolyn Draper Gil- 
patric, Winchester, Mass. 3561 

Daughter (The) of such a man; a 
play in 3 acts with prologue, by 
H. R. Hardwicke and E. Holt. © 
1 c. May 19, 1937; D 49813; Hallie 
Read Hardwicke and Emily Holt, 
Forth Worth. 3562 

David ; a drama in 4 acts, by Ward 
Courtney. © 1 c. May 13, 1937: D 
49689; Claude Ward Courtney, New 
Haven. 3563 

Davie Adams ; continuities nos. 126- 
150, by Courtenay Savage. © 1 c. 
each May 8, 1937 ; D 49571 ; Procter 
& Gamble co., Cincinnati. 3564 

Dear Mom ; episode 1, a radio serial, 
by B. Flynn. © 1 c. May 1, 1937: 
D 49429; Bess Flynn, Chicago. 

3565 

Death and taxes. See Death Valley 
days. 

Death of Major Fox. See Adventures 
of big Bill Baker. 

Death Valley days ; a series of radio 
sketches, by McCann-Erickson, inc. 
Apr. 30, 1937. Golden glow. © 1 c. 
May 5, 1937; D 49489; Pacific coast 
borax co., New York. 3566 

May 7, 1937. The desert baby. 

© 1 c. May 13, 1937 ; D 49679 ; Pacific 
coast borax co., New York. 3567 



May 14, 1937. Death and 

taxes. © 1 c. May 27, 1937 ; D 49946 ; 
Pacific coast borax co., New York. 

3568 

Deferred payment ; a play in 3 notes, 
by Butler Davenport. ©) 1 c. May 18, 
1937; D 49767; People's playhouse, 
inc., New York. 3569 

Desert baby. See Death Valley days. 

Devil (The) behaves; a play in 3 acts, 
by F. Fox and V. Perdue. © 1 c. 
June 1, 1937 ; D 50029 ; Finis Fox and 
Virginia Perdue, Los Angeles. 3570 

Devo violare il sacro giuramento? 
dramma in 3 atti, di S. Tergino. © 



1 c. May 8, 1937 ; D 49889 ; Salvatore 
Tergino, Brooklyn. 3571 

Dilemma ; by Amullier Desconisado 
[pseud, of D. Burt-White.] © 1 c. 
Apr. 21, 1937 ; D 49596 ; Dallas Burt- 
White, London. 3572 

Dinorah-Bo Peep ; a fairy opera-drama, 
new translation and adaptation for 
the motion picture screen, by J. K. 
Templeton, from the opera by Gia- 
como Meyerbeer. © 1 c. Feb. 26, 
1937 ; D 39287 ; Jeannette Kretschmer 
Templeton, Chicago. 3573 

Disappearance of Toko. See Adven- 
tures of big Bill Baker. 

Dr. Allan Dafoe ; by Frazier Hunt. 
Apr. 26, 28, 30, 1937. © 1 c. each 
May 1, 1937; D 49482-49484; Lehn 
& Fink products corp., New York. 

3574-3576 

May 3, 5, 7, 1937. © 1 c. each 

May 11, 1937 ; D 49696-49698 ; Lehn & 
Fink products corp., New York. 

3577-3579 

May 10, 12, 14, 1937. © 1 c. 

each May 18, 1937; D 49772-49774; 
Lehn & Fink products corp., New 
York. 3580-3582 

May 17, 19, 21, 1937. © 1 c. 



each May 27, 1937; D 49958-49960; 
Lehn & Fink products corp., New 
York. 3583-3585 

Doctors make history ; May' 14, 1937, 
by J. Ralph Corbett. © 1 c. May 17, 
1937 ; D 49749 ; J. Ralph Corbett, inc., 
Cincinnati. , 3586 

Dog's delight; by J. D. Meredith. © 
1 c. May 4, 1937 ; D 49472 ; Julia D. 
Meredith, Princeton, N. J. 3587 

Double play ; a play in 3 acts, by Wil- 
liam Roos. © 1 c. May 18, 1937; 
D 49752 ; William E. Roos, New York. 

3588 

Double (The) wedding; a comedy in 
3 acts, by A. Sestero. © 1 c. May IS, 
1937 ; D 49759 ; Angelo Sestero, New 
York. 3589 

Drama (Un) nuevo ; drama en 3 actos, 
por Manuel Tamayo y Baus (Joaquin 
Estebanez) Edited with introduc- 
tion, notes, exercises, and vocabulary 
by Clarence King Moore [and] J. 
Horace Nunemaker. New York, Bos- 
ton [etc., etc., 1937] xiv p., 1 1., [2], 
124 p. front, (port.) 12mo. 1937 
revision. © Apr. 15, 1937; 2 c. and 
aff. Apr. 23 ; A 104823 ; Silver Burdett 
co., Newark, N. J. 3589* 



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Dream (The) court; by Sixth grade, 
Irving school, Indianola, la. 1937. 
9 1. diagr. 4to. © Apr. 24, 1937; 
2 c. Apr. 29 ; D 49S81 ; Des Moines dis- 
trict dental society, Des Moines. 

3590 

Dream in hand ; a farce comedy in 3 
acts with prologue, by Macklym 
Hartyl [pseud, of T. E. H. Black] © 
1 c. May 3, 1937; D 49431; Thomas 
E. H. Black, Detroit. 3591 

Dream (The) peddler; a pageant-play 
for graduation, by Helen L. Miller 
and Beulah M. Bradley. York, Pa., 
The Hannah Penn junior high school, 
1937. 4 p. L, 42 numb. 1. diagr. 4to. 
© Apr. 1, 1937 ; 2 c. Apr. 6 ; D 49543 ; 
Helen L. Miller and Beulah M. Brad- 
ley, York, Pa. 3592 

Dreams are too short ; a 1-act play, by 
Norman Philbrick. © 1 c. May 15, 
1937 ; D 49712 ; Norman Douglas Phil- 
brick, San Marino, Calif. 3593 

Dreikampf ; schauspiel in 3 akten [von] 
Caesar von Arx. Basel [1937] 64 p. 
8vo. © Mar. 15, 1937; 1 c. Mar. 24; 
D 49468; Art. institut grafica, a. g., 
Basel, Switzerland. 3594 

Dress rehearsal ; a play in 3 acts, with 
a prologue and two interludes, by 
W. D. Blake. © 1 c. May 22, 1937 ; 
D 49848; William Dorsey Blake, 
Croton-on-Hudson, N. Y. 3595 

Drums; episode 1-65, by Vera M. Old- 
ham. © 1 c. each May 5, 1937; D 
49485, 49486: Raymond R. Morgan 
co., Hollywood, Calif. 3596, 5597 

Earthly passage ; a play in 1 act and 3 
scenes, by William De Lisle. New 
York, London [etc., etc.] 1937. 29 p. 
diagr. 12mo. © May 13, 1937; 2 c. 
May 14; D 49703; Samuel French, 
New York. 3598 

East river ; a drama in 3 acts, by S. 
Ellis. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 1937 ; D 49418 ; 
Salone Ellis, New York. 3599 

Eblouissement ; piece en 3 actes et 4 
tableaux [par] Keith Winter, adaptee 
de L'anglais par Constance Coline 
[pseud, of C. Clement] Paris, 1937. 
30, [2] p. illus. 4to. ([La Petite 
illustration, no. 8151 ) © Mar. 27, 
1937; 1 c. Apr. 23; D 49540; Colette 
Clement, Paris. 3600 

Echoes of New York town ; by McCann- 
Erickson, inc. episode 33. © 1 c. 



Apr. 30, 1937; D 48398; McCann- 
Erickson, inc., New York. 3601 

episode no. 34. © 1 c. May 8, 



1937; D 49625; McCann-Erickson, 
inc., New York. 3602 

episode no. 35. © 1 c. May 



13. 1937 ; D 49680 ; McCann-Erickson, 
inc., New York. 3603 

episode no. 36. © 1 c. May 



27, 1937 ; D 49945 ; McCann-Erickson, 
inc., New York. 3604 

Empress (The) ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Pearl S. Buck [i. e. Pearl S. Buck 
Walsh] © 1 c. Apr. 29, 1937; D 
49394; Pearl S. Buck (Mrs. Richard 
J. Walsh), Perkasie, Pa. 3605 

Enfant (L') ; piece en 4 actes, par V. 
Margueritte. © 1 c. Apr. 23, 1937; 
D 49530; Victor Margueritte, Paris. 

3606 

Entrance from the right ; a play in 3 
acts, by Elizabeth and James Hart. 
© 1 c. May 12, 1937 ; D 49660 ; Eliza- 
beth and James Hart, New York. 

3607 

Es lebe die krise. (Vive la crise) ; 
komodie in 3 akten, von Max Brusto 
[pseud, of M. Brustowiecki] © 1 c. 
May 18, 1937 ; D 49018 ; Matek Brus- 
towiecki, Paris. 3608 

Espace interplanetaire ; piece en 3 
actes, un prologue et un epilogue, par 
R. Brinon. © 1 c. May 18, 1937; D 
49919 1 ; Raymond Brinon, Pan, 
France. 3609 

Exiles (The) See One-act theatre. 

Experience ; a play in 3 acts, by G. 
Morse. © 1 c. May 1, 1937 ; D 49457 ; 
Gloria Morse, Brooklyn. 3610 

Eye (An) for a tooth ; a play in 3 acts, 
by W. M. Baxter. © 1 c. May 10, 
1937; D 49581; Wilma M. Baxter, 
Washington. 3611 

Fairies (The) frolic in the magical 
wishing court of the kingdom of Make 
believe ; from the series of The king- 
dom of Make believe, by Marjorie 
Morrow. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1937; D 
49436: Marjorie Black Maddock, 
Hollywood, Calif. 3612 

Fall (The) of the city ; a verse play for 
radio, by Archibald MacLeish. New 
York, Toronto, Farrar & Rinehart, 
inc. [1937] xiii. 33 p. 8vo. © 
Apr. 26. 1937 ; 2 c. Apr. 28 ; D 49542 ; 
Archibald MacLeish, New York. 

3613 



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Fallen mangoes ; a play in 3 acts, by 
B. Dole. © 1 c. May 4, 1937; D 
49501 ; Barbara Dole, San Francisco. 

3614 

Famous jury trials ; May 3, 1937. The 
people vs. David Peterson, by Sheldon 
Stark. © 1 c. Apr. 30, 1937 ; D 49410 : 
H. M. Kiesewetter advertising 
agency, inc., New York. 3615 

May 3, 1937. The people versus 

Marsha Newberry, by Samm S. 
Baker. © l c. May 8, 1937 ; D 49563 ; 
H. M. Kiesewetter advertising 
agency, inc., New York. 3616 

Fantasy and imagination hour ; a com- 
edy play, by W. I. Sirovich and H. 
Timberg. © 1 c. May 11, 1937; D 
49631: William I. Sirovich and Her- 
man Timberg. New York. 3617 

Faust ; opera by Charles Francois Gou- 
nod, words by Wolfgang von Goethe, 
English adaptation and arrangement 
for the motion picture screen, by J. 
K. Templeton. © 1 c. Apr. 21, 1937 ; 
D 39288 ; Jeannette Kretschmer Tem- 
pleton, Chicago. 3618 

Fifi ; by J. McMahill, jr. © 1 c. May 
5, 1937 ; D 49556 ; John McMahill, jr., 
Chicago. 3619 

Fire when ready; a play in 2 acts, by 
Harry Gresham. © 1 c. May 19, 
1937 ; D 49781 ; Harry Ford Gresham, 
Mount Vernon. N. Y. 3620 

Fires must burn; by G. M. Louv. © 1 
c. May 3, 1937; D 49475; Geraldine 
Marie Louv, White Plains, N. Y. 

3621 

First nighter ; a radio broadcast. Apr. 
23, 1937. College melody, by Calvin 
Grinnell. © 1 c. May 3, 1937; D 
49462; Campana sales co., Batavia, 
111. 3622 

Apr. 30, 1937. Love flies high, 

by Agnes Ridgway. © 1 c. May 10, 
1937; D 49582; Campana sales co., 
Batavia. 111. 3623 

May 7, 1937. The lawyer's di- 
lemma, by Addison Simmons. © 1 c. 
May 17, 1937; D 49729; Campana 
sales co., Batavia, 111. 3624 

First offender ; script no. 30, by Simon 
M. Hugo. © 1 c. Apr. 29, 1937; D 
49388; J. Edward Slavin, New Ha- 
ven. 3625 

script no. 31. by Simon M. Hugo. 

© 1 c. May 4, 1937 ; D 49461 ; J. Ed- 
ward Slavin, New Haven. 3626 



script no. 32, story by J. E. Slavin, 

dramatized by Simon M. Hugo. © 
1 c. May 13, 1937; D 49688; J. Ed- 
ward Slavin, New Haven. 3627 

script no. 33, story by J. E. Slavin, 

dramatized by Simon M. Hugo. © 

1 c. May 19, 1937; D 49776; J. Ed- 
ward Slavin, New Haven. 3628 

Flea (The) circus; a play in 18 scenes, 
by M. A. Stanford. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 
1937; D 49506; Mabel A. Stanford, 
Ontario, Calif. 3629 

Flight ; a 1-act play, by W. D. Drum- 
mond. © 1 c. May 6, 1937 ; D 49532 ; 
Wilbur Don Drummond, Cincinnati. 

3630 

Following ( The ) ships ; a drama in 3 
acts, by W. F. Ward. © 1 c. May 28, 
1937; D 49962; Wilbert Forsythe 
Ward, Wilmington, Calif. 3631 

For every joy ; a drama in 3 acts, by 
F. Howard. © 1 c. May 8, 1937 ; D 
49577 ; Floretta Howard, St. Louis. 

3632 

For God and our Lord; a dramatic 
presentation based upon the chil- 
dren's crusade, by Mrs. O. G. Her- 
brecht, music by Chas. G. Gabriel, 
[and others], Philadelphia, Chicago, 
1937. 15 p. 8vo. © Apr. 23, 1937; 

2 c. Apr. 29; D 39274; Rodeheaver 
co., Philadelphia. 3633 

Foreign exchange ; a comedy in 3 acts 
and a prologue, by D. Cinelli. © 1 c. 
May 22, 1937; D 49854; Delfino Ci- 
nelli, Florence, Italy. 3634 

Forty candles; a satirical comedy in 3 
acts, by R. Pearsall. © 1 c. May 26, 
1937 ; D 49931 ; Robert Pearsall, Phil- 
adelphia. 3635 

Four Shakespearean plays ; edited with 
commentary and suggestions, by 
Helen Louise Cohen and Karl Young. 
Philadelphia, New York [etc., 1937] 
xii, 516 p. front., plates printed on 
both sides, 12mo. Contents. — A mid- 
summer night's dream. — As you like 
it. — Julius Csesar. — Macbeth. © Apr. 
20, 1937; 2 c. and aff. May 1; A 
105625; J. B. Lippincott co., Phila- 
delphia. 3635* 

Freuda teoria snow; komedia w 3-ch 
aktach, napisal A. Cwojdzinski. © 
1 c. May 21, 1937; D 49831; Antoni 
Cwojdzinski, Lwow, Poland. 3636 



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From Julia to Joe ; by Walter Kerr. 
(In Four more plays for two people. 
Chicago [1937]) © Apr. 30, 1937; 

2 c. May 6 ; D 49560 ; Dramatic pub. 
co., Chicago. 3637 

Full pardon ; a play in 2 acts, by K. 
Maclntyre. © 1 c. May 10, 1937 ; D 
49615; Kathleen Maclntyre, New 
York. 3638 

Fun at the piano. See Piano playing 
for adult beginners. 

Fun in swingtime ; by R. White. © 1 c. 
Apr. 2, 1937 ; D 49589 ; Roger White, 
New York. 3639 

Gang busters ; a radio broadcast pro- 
gram, by Benton & Bowles, inc. Apr. 
28, 1937. © 1 c. May 5, 1937; D 
49515; Benton & Bowles, inc., New 
York. 3640 

May 5, 1937 ; © 1 c. May 11, 

1937 : D 49632 ; Benton & Bowles, inc., 
New York. 3641 

May 12, 1937. © 1 c. May 17, 

1937; D 49748; Benton & Bowles, 
inc., New York. 3642 

May 19, 1937. © 1 c. May 

24, 1937 ; D 49910 ; Benton & Bowles, 
inc., New York. 3643 

•Gates (The) of paradise; a play in 3 
acts, by Lorado Taft, music arranged 
by Marie Merrill. Text. © 1 c. May 
21, 1937 ; D 49871 ; Ada B. Taft, Chi- 
cago. 3644 

Gay and romantic ; a comedy drama in 

3 acts, by J. A. Lacy. © 1 c. May 26, 
1937; D 49926; John Avery Lacy. 
Minneapolis. 3645 

Gentleman unknown ; a play in 2 acts, 
by A. A. Milne. © 1 c. Apr. 30. 1937 ; 
D 49409 ; Alan Alexander Milne. Lon- 
don. 3646 

Gentlemen, beware; a musical comedy 
in 1 act, libretto, songs ad lyrics by 
Marion Roberts. © 1 c. May 22, 
1937 ; D 39294 ; Marion Alice Roberts, 
Yonkers, N. Y. 3647 

Gertie Maude; a play in 3 acts, by J. 
Van Druten. © 1 c. May 6, 1937 ; D 
49876; John Van Druten, London. 

3648 

■Gestern, heute und morgen ; komodie 
in 3 akten, von Eberhard Forerster 
[pseud.] © 1 c. Dec. 4, 1936, D 
49911 ; S. Fischer verlag a. g., Berlin. 

3649 

Gewitterneigung ; lustspiel in 3 akten, 
von Hans von Wilsdorf. © 1 c. May 



11, 1937 ; D 49718 ; Drei masken ver- 
lag, a.-g., Berlin. 3650 

Gideon ; historical and epical drama 
based on the Book of Mormon written 
by Serge C. Ballif. [Logan, Utah, 
Printed by J. P. Smith & son, 1937] 
43 p. 16 mo. © Apr. 5, 1937 ; 2 c. 
and aff. Apr. 12 ; A 104628 ; Serge C. 
Ballif, Logan, Utah. 3651 

Give them a chance ; a play in 4 acts by 
Louise B. Buck [i. e. Mrs. W. B. 
Buck] © 1 c. May 8, 1937 ; D 49592 ; 
Mrs. W. B. Buck, Albion, Mich. 

3652 

God (The) from the machine; a play 
in a prologue and 7 scenes, by E. Van 
Der Rhoer. © 1 c. May 6, 1937; 
D 49512; Edward Van Der Rhoer, 
New York. 3653 

God out of heaven ; a play in 1 act, by 
R. Lee. © 1 c. May 18, 1937; D 
49768 ; Raymond Lee, Hollywood, 
Calif. 3654 

God rests on Sunday ; a play in 3 acts, 
by L. B. Schou. © 1 c. May 1, 1937 ; 
D 49504; Louise Bernee Schou, 
Brooklyn. 3655 

Goin home ; by J. McMahill, jr. © 1 c. 
May 5, 1937 ; D 49553 ; John McMa- 
hill, jr., Chicago. 3656 

Golden glow. See Death Valley days. 

Gone are the days ; a lyric play in 5 
scenes with Stephen Foster verses, by 
E. O. Fergusson. Text. © 1 c. May 
6, 1937; D 49879; Ethel Ostrander 
Fergusson, New York. 3657 

Gone native. See Prisoner of the spell. 

Good-bye, girls ! a play for junior high 
school students, by M. Earnest. © 
1 c. May 4, 1937; D 49887; Mary 
Earnest, Edinburg Tex. 3658 

Goodnight, please; a 1-act farce, by 
J. L. Daggett. © 1 c. Apr. 30, 1937 ; 
D 49403; James L. Daggett, Indian- 
apolis. 3659 

Goslings (The) ; a play in 3 acts, by 
H. K. Moritz. © 1 c. May 1, 1937 ; 
D 49433 ; Henry K. Moritz, New York. 

3660 

Grand old darling ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Nat Foster Holmes. Chicago 
[1937] 86 p. diagrs. 12mo. © May 
17, 1937 ; 2 c. May 20 ; D 4979S ; Dra- 
matic pub. co., Chicago. 3661 

Grappin (Le) ; comedie en 3 actes, 
d'Alex Madis [pseud, of A. Mavrau- 
dis] © 1 c. May 18, 1937 ; D 49913 ; 
Alexandre Mavraudis, Paris. 3662 



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3692 



Greatest of these ; a drama in 3 acts, by 
H. K. Moritz. © 1 c. May 1, 1937; 
D 49434 ; Henry K. Moritz, New York. 

3663 

Greatest (The) show on earth; a play 
in 3 acts, by V. Duffey and Irene 
Alexander. © 1 c. May 12, 1937; 
D 49655 ; Vincent Duffey, San Fran- 
cisco. 3664 

Greed of money; a play in 17 scenes, 
by N. E. Clementson. © 1 c. May 
19, 1937 ; D 49775 ; Nils Eric Clement- 
son, Lachine, Quebec, Canada. 3665 

Green ( The ) Hornet ; by Francis 
Striker, nos. A-125, A-126, © 1 c. 
each Apr. 30, 1937 ; D 49455, 49456 ; 
King-Trendle broadcasting Corp., De- 
troit. 3666, 3667 



nos. A-127, A-128. © 1 c. 

each May 7, 1937; D 49613, 49614; 
King-Trendle broadcasting corp., De- 
troit. 3668, 3669 

nos. A-129, A-130. © 1 c. 



each May 12. 1937, D 49736, 49737; 
King-Trendle broadcasting corp., De- 
troit. 3670, 3671 

— nos. A-131, A-132. © 1 c. 

each May 20, 1937; D 49809, 49810; 
King-Trendle -broadcasting corp., De- 
troit. 3G72, 3673 

Green (The) turban and Under the Bo 
tree ; by Isabel Anderson. Boston, 
The Christopher publishing house 
[1937] vi, 7-46 p. 12mo. © May 3, 
1937; 2 c. May 10; D 49786; Isabel 
Anderson, Boston. 3674 

Green waters ; a play in 3 acts, by Max 
Catto. London [1937] 116 p. plate. 
12mo. ( [French's acting edition no. 
35]) © Apr. 24, 1937; 1 c. May 20; 
D 49790; Samuel French, ltd., Lon- 
don. 3675 

Groom — but never husband; a 3-act 
comedy, by E. S. Longest. © 1 c. 
Apr. 21, 1937 ; D 49650 ; Ernest Stuart 
Longest, Manquin, Va. 3676 

Groping ; a play in 3 acts, by J. J. En- 
right. © 1 c. May 3, 1937 ; D 49458 ; 
John Joseph Enright, Boston. 3677 

Grosse (Die) tanzerin ; operette in 3 
akten, von Hanns Schachner. Musik 
von Nico Dostal. Text. © 1 c. May 
11. 1937; D 49716; Biihnenvertrieb 
Thalia, g. m. b. h., Leipzig. 3678 

Guiding (The) light: episodes 50-70, 
by Irna Phillips. © 1 c. each May 



8, 1937 ; D 49570 ; Procter & Gamble 
co„ Cincinnati. 3679 

Haircut and the jealousy stunt. See 
Honest working girl. 

Half way to heaven. See Roof tops. 

Happy home; a play in 3 acts, by P. 
Dunning. © 1 c. May 20, 1937; D 
49825; Philip Dunning, New York. 

3680 

Harlem happiness ; by J. D. Vollor. © 
1 c. May 17, 1937; D 49740; James 
Doyle Vollor, Vicksburg, Miss. 3681 

Have a heart ; a farce in 3 acts, by Jean 
Lee Latham. Chicago [1937] 94 p. 
diagrs. 12mo. © May 17, 1937 ; 2 c. 
May 20 ; D 49792 ; Dramatic pub. co., 
Chicago. 3682 

Heirs to the wind ; a drama in 3 acts, 
by M. Hazard. © 1 c. May 22, 1937 ; 
D 49853 ; Marion Hazard, Providence, 
R. I. 3683 

Hello, Peggy; by George F. Sparling, 
programs nos 1HKL13. © 1 c. each 
May 1, 1937; D 49432; Drackett co„ 
Cincinnati. 3684 

programs nos. 114-117. © 1 

c. each May 15, 1987 ; D 49731 ; Drack- 
ett co., Cincinnati. 3685 



programs nos. 118-121. © 1 

c. each May 28, 1937 ; D 49957 ; Drack- 
ett co., Cincinnati. 3686 



Higher education for women. 
See America first. 



See 



Hill ( The ) between ; a play in 3 acts, 
by L. Vollmer. © 1 c. Mav 26, 1937 ; 
D 49922 ; Lula Vollmer, New York. 

3687 

Hills (The) are strange; a poetic prose 
drama in 1 act, by C. Beardsley. © 
1 c. May 3, 1937; D 49444; Charles 
Beardsley, Los Angeles. 3688 

His father's wife; a play in 3 acts, by 
M. Goepel. © 1 c. May 4, 1937; D 
49833 ; Margaret Goepel, New York. 



His wife's castle ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by May Edginton [i. e. H. M. E. Bai- 
ley] and H. Cleaver. © 1 c. May 14v 
1937 ; D 49730 ; Helen Marion Edgin- 
ton Bailey, Selsey, Sussex, England,, 
and Hylton Cleaver, London. 3690 

Hobby (The) riders; programs nos. l r 
2, by R. Eickmeyer. © 1 c. each Mar. 
16, 1937 ; D 49464, 49465 ; Robert Eick- 
meyer, Youngstown, O. 3691, 36921 



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Hobnob ; a play in 3 acts, by C. An- 
drews and M. Kanin. Re-written 
version. © 1 c. May 11, 1937; D 
49636; Clark Andrews and Myer 
Kanin, New York. 3693 

Holiday bouse ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Elizabeth Charles [pseud, of E. M. 
Lawrence] © 1 c. Apr. 19, 1937; D 
49684; Elisabeth Marie Lawrence, 
Pacific Palisades, Calif. 3694 

Hollywood barbershop ; by E. K. Nadel. 
© 1 c. May 25, 1937 ; D 49902 ; Erwin 
K. Nadel, Hollywood, Calif. 3695 

Hollywood fever (The picture bug) ; a 
comedy in 3 acts, by Bee Humphries 
[pseud, of B. A. Humphreys] © 1 c. 
Mav 28, 1937 ; D 49947 ; Bertha Amlin 
Humphreys, Hollywood, Calif. 3696 

Hollywood highlights; by B. Barnett. 
© 1 c. May 14, 1937 ; D 49693 ; Bev- 
erly Barnett, Hollywood, Calif. 3697 

Hollywood, just Hollywood. See See 
America first. 

Home cooling by attic ventilation; no. 
1 in a series of 13 radio programs, by 
Milton Simon. Memphis, Tenn., 1937. 
1 p. 1, 4 numb. 1., 1 1. 4to. © May 
12, 1937 ; 2 c. May 17 ; D 49750 ; Simon 
and Gwynn, inc., Memphis, Tenn. 

3698 

Homeward we're bound ; operetta by E. 
C. Pangle. © 1 c. Apr. 30, 1937; D 
39276; Elsa Carrie Pangle, Wood- 
stock, 111. 3699 

Honest (The) working girl; a radio 
script, by Thomas H. McKnight and 
Robert Ross. no. 16. The haircut 
and the jealousy stunt. © 1 c. May 
8, 1937 ; D 49583 ; McKnight and Jor- 
dan, inc., New York. 3700 

no. 17. The Russian movie 



producer and The public library. © 
1 c. May 28, 1937 ; D 49948 ; McKnight 
and Jordan, inc., New York. 3701 

no. 18, Buying camera in de- 



partment store. © 1 c. May 28, 1937 ; 
D 49949 ; McKnight and Jordan, inc., 
New York. 3702 

no. 19. Press interviews Mrs. 



O'Shaughnessy and The sightseeing 
bus. © 1 c. May 28, 1937 ; D 49950 ; 
McKnight and Jordan, inc., New 
York. 3703 

Hook, line and sucker ; a drama in 3 
acts, by H. Klipper. © 1 c. May 11, 
1937; D 49681; Harry Klipper, New 
York. 3704 



House (A) divided; a play in 1 act, by 
Nat J. Ferber and D. Weissman. © 
1 c. May 1, 1937; D 49443; David 
Weissman, Los Angeles. 3705 

Houseboat Hannah; continuities nos. 
136 E. T.-160 E. T., by Irving Vendig. 
© 1 c. each May 8, 1937; D 49573; 
Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 

3706 

I am my youth ; a play in 3 acts, by E. 
Pascal and E. H. Blum. © 1 c. May 

26, 1937 ; D 49941 ; Ernest Pascal and 
Edwin Harvey Blum, Hollywood, 
Calif. 3707 

I am romance ; a play, by A. Rowe. © 
1 c. May 26, 1937; D 49927; Anne 
Rowe, New York. 3708 

I cannot see what flowers ... a 
fantasy in 1 act, by Dudley Syinon. 
[London] Play rights & publications, 
ltd., 1937. 20 p. 8vo. (The Ama- 
teur theatre series of plays) © Apr. 
30', 1937. 1 c. Apr. 30 ; D 49128 ; Dud- 
ley Symon, Woodbridge, Suffolk, 
England. 3709 

I'll pay the bills ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
J. Bart and G. Fields. © 1 c. Feb. 

27, 1937; D 49470; Jean Bart and 
Germaine Fields, Beverly Hills, Calif. 

3710 

Idiosyncrasies of a demented fiddler ; a 
comedv, by Dr. J. C. Johnson. © 1 c. 
Apr. 14, 1937; D 49771; John Camp- 
bell Johnson, Los Angeles. 3711 

If ever I marry ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by N. M. Corcoran and J. J. Sullivan. 
© 1 c. May 20, 1937 ; D 49812 ; Norah 
M. Corcoran and John J. Sullivan, 
New York. 3712 

Ihre majestat, die frau; musikalisches 
lustspiel in 2 aufziigen von Peter A. 
Horn. Musik und texte von Ernst 
Leenen. Klavierauszug mit text. © 
1 c. May 15, 1937; D 39296; Thalia 
verlag, Leipzig. 3713 

Text. © 1 c. May 11, 1937; 

D 49720; Biihnenvertrieb Thalia, g. 
m. b. h., Leipzig. 3714 

In Garfinckle's window ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by L. E. Shecter and N. Clark. 
© 1 c. May 22, 1937 ; D 49869 ; Louis 
E. Shecter and Norman Clark, Balti- 
more. 3715 

In gay Paris ; episode 1, a musical radio 
presentation, by Max Mayol [psfetid. 
of M. Elkind] Text. © 1 c. Apr. 20, 
1937; D 49238; Max Elkind, New 
York. 3716 



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DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



no. 5, 1937 



3748 



In the Madison avenue book shop. See 
See America first. 

In the monkey house ; a play for chil- 
dren, in 1 act, by N. Miles. © 1 c. 
Apr. 28, 1937; D 49706; Nadine Miles, 
Cleveland. 3717 

Incident ; a drama in 1 act, by Ruth 
Burdin. New York, Los Angeles [etc., 
etc.] 1937. 28 p. front, diagr. 12mo. 
© May 17, 1937; 2 c. May 20; D 
49789 ; Samuel French, New York. 

3718 

Infallible (The) hunch; a play in 3 
acts, by G. Smallwood. © 1 c. May 
24, 1937 ; D 49875 ; George Smallwood, 
Lubbock, Tex. 3719 

Innocent (The) women; a play in 4 
acts, by W. Tatelbaum. 
.jytspN 4 m xBjnysx ;t!S ynVwaix h 
.tnaVyoxo ax^n ps 
© 1 c. May 3, 1937 ; D 49474 ; William 
Tatelbaum, Chelsea, Mass. 3720 

Investigating death of Major Fox. Sec 
Adventures of big Bill Baker. 

Iphigenia in Tauris ; by Wolfgang von 
Goethe, arranged, adapted, and with 
special dramatic business, by Mar- 
garet Anglin [i. e. M. A. Hull] © 
1 c. Apr. 27, 1937 ; D 49423 ; Margaret 
Anglin Hull, Katonah, N. Y. 3721 

Irony of love ; a 4-act play, by J. Cicala. 
© 1 c. May 18, 1937 ; D 49770 ; Joseph 
Cicala, Newark, N. J. 3722 

It happened in Callander ; story and 
scenario, by A. M. Light, J. F. Spring- 
er and B. Cornfield. © 1 c. Apr. 
30, 1937 ; D 49503 ; Anna May Light, 
Jessie Florence Springer and Birdie 
Cornfield, New York. 3723 

It's the same dam guy ; by Harry 
Meyers and Joseph DeRita. © 1 c. 
May 13, 1937; D 49670; Harry E. 
Meyers and Joseph W. DeRita, Read- 
ing, Pa. 3724 

Jello program; Mar. 28, 1937; by J. 
Benny. © 1 c. May 12, 1037 ■ D 
49871 ; Jack Benny, c./o. Gang & 
Kopp, Los Angeles. 3725 

Jessamy bride. See Your servant, 
madam. 

Jest laffs ; no. 1, by J. Lyons. © 1 c. 
Apr. 29, 1937 ; D 49661 ; James Lyons, 
New York. 3726 

Jester (The) ; film scenario, by J. 
Green. 



pnvya xnxayxo dV's ;.-iy^stwn9 -ijn 
;pj epv lis 

© 1 c. May 14, 1937; D 49709; Jo- 
seph Green, New York. 3727 

Jewel (The) box; no. 1, The Orloff 
diamond, a series of radio dramas, by 
Lynne Royal. © 1 c. May 14, 1937 ; D 
49757 ; Ethelynn Koepke Hundred- 
mark, Elba, N. Y. 3728 

Jittering spooks ; a mystery-farce in 3 
acts, by Neil E. Schaffner. Chicago 
[1937] 75 p. diagr. 12mo. © May 
17, 1937 ; 2 c. May 20 ; D 49797 ; Dra- 
matic pub. co., Chicago. 3729 

Joan and the king ; by A. Scudder. © 
1 c. May 17, 1937 ; D 49760 ; Antoinette 
Scudder, Short Hills, N. J. 3730 

John Woodruff ; a drama in 3 acts, by 
W. J. Beugge. © 1 c. May 18, 1937 ; 
D 49758; Walter J. Beugge, Brook- 
lyn. 3731 

Johnson (The) family; May 12, 1937, 
by J. L. Scribner. © 1 c. May 17, 
1937 ; D 49747 ; J. Ralph Corbett, inc., 
Cincinnati. 3732 

Joy to my soul ; a farce comedy in 3 
acts, by L. Hughes. © 1 c. May 25, 
1937; D 49906; Langston Hughes, 
Cleveland. 3733 

Junior (The) G men of America; Apr. 
5, 7, 9, 12, 14, 16, 19, 21, 23, 26, 28, 30, 
1937, a dramatic composition adapted 
to presentation by radio, by Bradford 
G. Hathaway. © 1 c. each May 22, 
1937; D 49856-49867; Bradford G. 
Hathaway, inc., Newark, N. J. 

3734-3745 

Just leave it to mother; a play in 3 
acts, by R. Clurglass. © 1 c. Apr. 
29, 1937 ; D 49389 ; Reuben Clurglass, 
Brooklyn. [Copyright is claimed on 
revision and addition.] 3746 

Kaiserin Josephine ; operette in 8 bil- 
dern, von Paul Knepler und Geza 
Herczeg. Musik von Emmerich Kal- 
man. Ziirich, 1936. 80 p. 8vo. Text. 
© June 8, 1936; 1 c. Dec. 1; D. 
49579; Octava buhnen-under musik- 
verlag, a.-g., Ziirich, Switzerland, 
Emmerich Kalman, & Paul Knepler, 
Vienna, and Geza Herczeg, Holly- 
wood Calif. 3747 

Keep it quiet ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Vivian Cosby. © 1 c. May 8, 1937 ; D 
49595 ; Vivian Louise Cosby, Holly- 
wood, Calif. 3748 



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3749 



pt. i, n. s., v. 10 



Kidnaped : by J. McMahill, jr. © 1 c. 
May 5, 1937; D 49555; John McMa- 
hill, jr., Chicago. 3749 

King cobra and the start of the Holly- 
wood adventure. See Adventures of 
big Bill Baker. 

King's (The) jongleur; a medieval 
Christinas play in 3 acts, by Sister 
Mary Donatus. Milwaukee, Wis. 
[1936] 35 p. 12mo. © Nov. 15, 
1936; 2 c. May 7, 1937; D 49544; 
Catholic dramatic movement, Mil- 
waukee. 3750 

Kiss ahead of the sheriff ; a play in 3 
acts, by M. Dudley and S. Polyatchek. 
© 1 c. Apr. 21, 1937 ; D 49721 ; Mar- 
jorie Dudley and Samuel Polyatchek, 
Los Angeles. 3751 

Kittv Keene, inc. ; continuities nos. 221 
E.* T.-248 E. T., by Wallace K. Nor- 
man and Day Keene. © 1 c. each 
May 8, 1937; D 49575; Procter & 
Gamble co., Cincinnati. 3752 

Knights of song ; a plav in 3 acts, bv 
G. Allvine. © 1 c. May 12, 1937 ; D 
49659; Glendon Allvine, Long Beach, 
N. Y. 3753 

Konig (Ein) erwacht ; schauspiel in 12 
bildern, von Raimund Martin. Regie- 
und souffiierbuch. © 1 c. May 19, 
1937; D 49780; Verlag Max Pfeffer. 
Vienna. 3754 

Konig (Der) von Java; ein filmmanu- 
script. von Raimund Martin. Regie- 
und souffiierbuch. © 1 c. May 19, 
1937; D 49779; Yerlag Max Pfeffer. 
Vienna. 3755 

Konigstragodie ; 3 akte von Max Steb- 
ich. Salzburg, 1937. 69, [1] p. 8vo. 
© Feb. 15. 1937; 1 c. Apr. 17; D 
49535 ; R. Kiesel & Bohme, Salzburg, 
Austria. 3756 

Kyskhet ; ett spel for teatern om den 
alskande manniskan i prolog och 5 
akter. av Viihelm Moberg. Stock- 
holm [19371 194 p. 12mo. © Apr. 
15, 1937; 1 c. May 22; D 49837; Al- 
bert Bonnier, Stockholm. 3757 

Ladv (A) ; a 1-act drama, bv L. J. 
Holschuh. © 1 c. May 25, 1937; D 
49909: Louise J. Holschuh, West- 
wood, N. J. 3758 

Lady Green Gown ; a floral cantata, 
words written and music selected by 
Elsie Duncan Yale, music by M. Isa- 
belle Ritter [and others] Chicago, 



Philadelphia, [1937] 19 p. Svo. © 
Apr. 23, 1937 ; 2 c. Apr. 29 ; D 39275 ; 
Rodeheaver co., Philadelphia. 3759 

Lanner und Strauss ; singspiel in 3 ak- 
ten, von Hans Spirk. Music von Otto 
Romisch. Salzburg, 1937. 66, [1] p. 
Svo. text. © Jan. 20, 1937 ; 1 c. Apr. 
17; D 49537; R. Kiesel & Bohme, 
Salzburg, Austria. 3760 

Lato w Xohant. (Summer in Nohant) ; 
komedia w 3-ch aktach, napisal J. 
Iwaszkiewicz. © 1 c. May 21, 1937; 
D 49830 ; Jaroslaw Iwaszkiewicz, Sta- 
wisko, Poland. 3761 

Laurel for Harriet ; a tragi-comedy 
about Percy Bysshe Shelley, in 3 acts, 
by Jane Darrow. © 1 c. May 3, 1937 ; 
D 49466; Jane Darrow Tallman. 
South Orange, X. J. 3762 

Lawyer's dilemma. See First nighter. 

Left by the wind. See See America 
first/ 

Lesson in love ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
L. Jones and A. Clark. © 1 c. May 
1. 1937; D 49722; Laurence Jones 
and Alexander Clark, New York. 

3763 

Let's play for keeps ; a 3-act comedy, 
by L. Stage and C. Maynard. © 1 c. 
May 5, 1937; D 49507: Lael Stage 
and Crosby Maynard, Albany. 3764 

Liebesfeuer ; tragic opera in 3 acts, mu- 
sic and libretto by Charles Savers. 
© 1 c. May 1, 1937 ; D 39279 ; Charles 
Lerov Sayers, San Bernardino. Calif. 

3765 

Liebling der gotter ; ein hotelabenteuer 
in 3 akten, von Adolf Schiitz. © 1 c. 
May 13. 1937; D 496S6 ; Universum 
literarni agentura Bohumila Perlika, 
Prague, Czechoslovakia. 3766 

Life (The) of a welfare worker: by 
L. O'Donnell. © 1 c. May 3. 1937; 
D 49708 ; Louis O'Donnell, Los Ange- 
les. 3767 

Life of a window model. See See Amer- 
ica first. 

Life (The) of Mary Sothern ; by Don 
Becker, scripts nos. 649-658. 
Scripts nos. 649-653. © 1 c. each 
Apr. 27, 1937; Scripts nos. 654-658, 
© 1 c. May 1 : D 49520-49529 ; Cros- 
lej radio corp., Cincinnati. 

3768-3777 
scripts nos. 659-663. © 1 o 



each May 11, 1937: D 49002-49666 ; 
Crosley radio Corp., Cincinnati. 

3778-3782 



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1, 1937 



3816 



scrips nos. 604-66G. © 1 c. 

en eh May 13. 1937; D 49699-49701; 
Crosley radio corp., Cincinnati. 

3783-3785 

scripts nos. 667-669. © 1 c. 



each May 19, 1937; D 49840-49842 
Crosley radio corp., Cincinnati. 

3S86-378S 

Light (The) of the world; tableau for 
church school use, by H. A. Gordon. 
© 1 c. Apr. 30, 1937 ; D 49302 ; Ham- 
ilton A. Gordon, New York. 37S9 

Lilac time ; a play with music in 3 acts, 
by Dr. A. M. Willner and Heinz 
Reichert (from the novel Schwam- 
merl, by Dr. R. H. Bartsch) English 
adaptation and lyrics by Adrian 
Ross. Music from Franz Schubert, 
arranged by Heinrich Berte and G. 
H. Clutsam. London, 1937. 77 p. 
Svo. Text. © Mar. 15, 1937; 1 c. 
Apr. 1; D 49539; Chappell & co., 
ltd., London. 3790 

Listen to the band ! See One-act the- 
atre. 

Little (A) dash of L'Avander ; a com- 
edy in 3 acts, by Ruth Pine [i. e. 
R. P. Furniss] © 1 c. May 20, 1937 : 
D 49S3S; Ruth Pine Furniss, New 
York. 3791 

Little heroes ; a play in 3 acts, by F. G. 
Eisley. © 1 c. May 22, 1937; D 
49S50; Frederick G. Eislev, Folcroft, 
Pa. 3792 

Lone ( The ) Ranger ; by Francis 
Striker, nos. A-264-A-266. © 1 c. 
each Apr. 30, 1937; D 49447-49449; 
Lone Ranger, inc., Detroit. 

3793-3795 

nos. A-267-A-269. © 1 c. 

each May 7, 1937; D 49605-49607; 
Lone Rarger, inc., Detroit. 

3796-379S 



nos. 



nos. 



A- 
no. 



. A-270-A-272. 
270. A-271, © 1 c. May 13, 1937 ; n« 
A-272, © 1 c. May 12; D 49733 
49735 ; Lone Ranger, inc., Detroit. 

3799-3801 

nos. A-273-A-275. © 1 c. 



each May 20, 1937; D 49806-49808; 
Lone Ranger, inc., Detroit. 

3802-5804 

Lonely kingdom ; a play in 3 acts, by 
M. S. Borowsky. © 1 c. Apr. 21, 
1937 ; D 49562 ; Marvin S. Borowsky, 
New York. 380." 

Look again angel ; a play in 3 acts, by 
S. Dangherty. © 1 c. May 25, 1937 ; 



D 49908; Sonia Daugherty, West- 
port, Conn. 3806 

Lost love ; a musical play, by M .A. 
Ecker. © 1 c. May 3, 1937; D 39291 ; 
Milton A. Ecker, Newburgh, N. Y. 

3807 

Lost (The) man; by A. E. Gibbons. © 

1 c. May 12, 1937 ; D 49675 ; Addie E. 
Gibbons, New York. 3808 

Love flies high. See First nighter. 

Love in E-flat ; a play in 3 acts, by A. 
A Kline. © 1 c. May 19, 1937; D 
49777 ; Anthony Anch Kline, Ventnor, 
N. J. 3809 

Love is music ; a dramatic spectacle in 

2 acts, by I Friedman and S. Wolf. 
1'x VypxDpyso nytreaxfix"i ;pn» rx y^b 
^ixn ]x&"D ]ix ]x»nna pnr po .propx 2 

© 1 c. May 20, 1937 ; D 49828 ; Isidor 
Friedman and Simon Wolf, Brook- 
lyn. 3810 

Love on a leash ; a 3-act comedy, by 
Norman Philbrick. © 1 c. May 22, 
1937; D 49852; Norman Douglas 
Philbrick, San Marino, Calif. 

3811 

Lucia di Lammermoor ; opera by Gae- 
tano Donizetti, words by Sir Walter 
Scott, bart., English adaptation and 
arrangement for the motion picture 
screen by J. K. Templeton. © 1 c. 
Apr. 12, 1937; D 39289; Jeannette 
Kretschmer Templeton, Chicago. 

3812 

Lumawig e La Saetta ; leggenda in 1 
atta e 2 quadri, di Maner Lualdi 
[musica di] Adriano Lualdi. Ridu- 
zione per canto e pianoforte, di Guido 
Zuccoli. Milano, New York [etc., 
etc.] 1937. 5 p. 1., 57 p. 4to. © 
May 5, 1937; 1 c. May 5; D 39282; 
G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 3813 

Magic (The) melody; a 1-act play, by 
Ruth Pollen. New York, Los Angeles 
[etc.. etc.] 1937. 35 p. diagr. 12mo. 
© May 17, 1937; 2 c. May 20: D 
49788 ; Samuel French, New York. 

3814 

Make up ; text and music bv M. J. Gav 
and P. J. Gay. © 1 c. May 15, 1937 ; 
D 39292 ; Malva June Gay and Paula 

Jen u Gay, Los Angeles. 3815 

Make way for life ; by Kay Leonard. 
© 1 c. May 28, 1937 ; D 49938 ; Asso- 
ciated cinema studios, Hollvwood. 
Calif. 3816, 



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3817 



pt. i, n. s., v. 10 



Male lead ; a play in 3 acts, by M. 
Singer and F. Zunser. © 1 c. Apr. 
30, 1937 ; D 49417 ; Mary Singer and 
Florence Zunser, Brooklyn. 3817 

Man (The) in the black domino; by 
Jean Lee Latham. (In Four more 
plays for two people. Chicago 
[1937]) © Apr. 30, 1937; 2 c. May 
6 ; D 49546 ; Dramatic pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 3818 

Man proposes ; by C. Clarke with the 
collaboration of Robert LeSueur. © 
1 c. May 4, 1937 ; D 49476 ; Clorinda 
Clarke, Utica, N. Y. 3819 

Man — the beast ; by J. McMahill. jr. 
© 1 c. May 5, 1937; D 49557; John 
McMahill, jr., Chicago. 3820 

Manhattan mother ; by Orin Tovrov. 
episodes nos. 10-15. © 1 c. each 
May 5, 1937 ; D 49495-49500 ; Colum- 
bia broadcasting system, inc., station 
WBBM, Chicago. 3821-3826 

episodes nos. 16-20. © 1 c. 

each May 11, 1937; D 49599^9603; 
Columbia broadcasting system, inc., 
station WBBM, Chicago. 3827-3831 

episodes nos. 21-25. © 1 c. 

each May 17, 1937; D 49741-49745; 
Columbia broadcasting system, inc., 
station WBBM, Chicago. 3832-3836 

episodes nos. 26-30. © 1 c. 

each May 24, 1937; D 49897-49901; 
Columbia broadcasting system, inc., 
station WBBM, Chicago. 3837-3841 

Man's work. See See America first. 

Many happy returns ; a play in 2 acts, 
music by Robert M. Whittemore, 
book and lyrics by H. W. Patterson. 
Text. © 1 c. Apr. 22, 1937 ; D 49723 ; 
Henry W. Patterson. Weston, Mass. 

3842 

Marie Bashkirtseff ; a play in 3 acts, 
by Julian Leigh [pseud, of J. Le- 
vitch] based on the play by Ernst 
Andai and Ludwig Balint. © 1 c. 
Apr. 30. 1937; D 49393; Julius Le- 
vitch, New York. 3843 

Marooned in Mojave ; a comedy-drama 
in 3 acts, by B. Keaton and L. Lip- 
ton. ©1c. Apr. 17, 1937 ; D 49416 I 
Buster Keaton and Lew Lipton, Los 
Angeles. 3844 

Martha stands by; a play in 1 act, by 
R. M. Traxler. © 1 c. May 3, 1937; 
D 49479; Ruth Multer Traxler, 
Kingston, Pa. 3845 



Mary Marlin ; episodes nos. 526-549, a 
continuous day to day drama for 
radio reproduction, by Jane Crusin- 
berry. © 1 c. each May 8, 1937; D 
49569 ; Procter & Gamble co., Cincin- 
nati. 3846 

Mary of Scotland ; a drama in 3 acts, 
by Maxwell Anderson. New York, 
Samuel French ; London, Samuel 
French, ltd. [etc., etc.] 1937. 134 p. 
plates, diagrs. 12mo. ([French's 
standard library edition]) Acting 
edition. © May 20, 1937 ; 2 c. May 
24; D 49883; Maxwell Anderson, 
New York. 3847 

Masquerade murder. See Take the 

witness. 

Mayor's nest ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
B. Marconnier. © 1 c. May 1, 1937 ; 
D 49408; Byrne Marconnier, New 

York. 3848 

Measles are contagious ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by L. B. Sterne. © 1 c. Mav 
12, 1937 ; D 49673 ; Leslie B. Sterne, 
Nashville. 3849 

Meeting (The) ; a drama in 1 act, by 
Hermon Ould. London, Samuel 
French [1937] 23 p. 12mo. 
( [French's acting edition no. 2068] ) 
© Apr. 30, 1937; 1 c. May 24; D 
49884; Hermon Ould, London. 3850 

Mickey the Mighty ; a health play in 1 
act. by Jean Lee Latham. Chicago 
[1937] 18 p. 12mo. © May 17,. 
1937; 2 c. May 20; D 49794; Dra- 
matic pub. co., Chicago. 3851 

Minna's confession. See Adventures of 
big Bill Baker. 

Mirror (A) for children; a play in 3 
acts, by M. Rogers. © 1 c. May 17, 
1937; D 49753; Merrill Rogers, New 
York. 3852 

Misleading (The) lady; a play in 3 
acts, by Charles W. Goddard and 
Paul Dickey. New York, Samuel 
French ; London, Samuel French ltd. 
[1929] 93 p. plates, diagrs. 12mo. 
( [French's standard library edition] ) 
© June 28, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 12, 1937 ; 
D 49835; Charles W. Goddard and 
Paul Dickey, Rockville Center, N. Y. 
[Copyright is claimed on new mat- 
ter containing acting aids, scene de- 
signs, property light plots, etc., by 
Samuel French, thru its paid em- 
ployees] 3853 

Miss Smith ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Henry Bernard [i. e. Henry Bernard 



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387G 



Turle] London [1987] 68 p. plate 
8vo. ([French's acting edition, no. 
33]) © Apr. 20, 1937; 1 c. May 8; 
D 49640; Samuel French, ltd., Lon- 
don. 3854 

Mr. Booth ; a play in 3 acts, hy R. 
Thomsen. © 1 c. May 7, 1937; D 
49559 ; Robert Thomsen, New York. 

3855 

Mr. Stephenson's lamp. See Three in- 
dustrial plays. 

Mistress Jane Shore ; a drama in 8 
scenes, by M. M. Griffith. © 1 c. 
Apr. 30, 1937; D 49413; Mary Mat- 
lock Griffith, New York. 3856 

Mrs. O'Malley's Christmas eve; a 
Christmas comedy in 1 act, by Paul 
Moffett [pseud, of Jean Lee Latham] 
Chicago [1937] 30 p. 12mo. © 
May 17, 1937; 2 c. May 20; D 49799: 
Dramatic pub. co., Chicago. 3857 

More scouting through history : a com- 
edy in 10 short scenes, by Douglas 
Berwick. London, New York [etc., 
etc.] 1937. 20 p. 12mo. ([French's 
plays for boys, no. 27] ) © Apr. 20, 
1937 : 1 c. May 13 ; D 49690 : Samuel 
French, ltd., London. 3858 

Morning at seven; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by J. J. Pullen. © 1 c. May 25, 1937 ; 
D 49905; John James Pullen, West 
Hartford, Conn. 3859 

Mother Goose up to date ;' or, Picture 
book people, by G. H. Heliner and 
Pauline Jennings. © 1 c. Apr. 16, 
1937: D 49445; Gail Hood Helmer, 
Chelsea, Yt. 3860 

Mother's (A) sacrifice; by J. McMahill, 
jr. © 1 c. May 5, 1937; D 49549; 
John McMahill, jr., Chicago. 3861 

Murder to music ; a musical melodrama 
in 2 acts, by C. Campbell. Text. © 
1 c. May 26. 1937 ; D 49929 ; Charles 
Campbell, New York. 3862 

Music (The) master; episode no. 1, by 
L. LeNoir. © 1 c. Mav 25. 1937; D 
49896; Lelya LeNoir, New York. 

3863 

Mute witness ; a plav in 3 acts, bv Eve- 
lyn Millard. © 1 c. May 14,* 1937 ; 
D 49694 ; Kenelm Foss, London. 

3864 

Mystery of the missing pearls. See Ad- 
ventures of big Bill Baker. 

Never say die ; a comedy for women in 
1 act, by Marjory Whyte. [London] 
Play rights & publications, ltd., 1937. 



17 p. 8vo. (The amateur theatre se- 
ries of plays) © Apr. 30, 1937; 1 c. 
Apr. 30; D 49427; Marjory Whyte, 
London. 3865 

Newscaster (The) ; by J. McMahill, jr. 
© 1 c. May 5, 1937; D 49552; John 
McMahill, jr., Chicago. 3866 

Next (The^ war; a 1-act play, by R. 
Victor. © 1 c. May 14, 1937; D 
49714 ; Robert Victor, London. 3S67 

No banners flying ; a play in 1 act, by 
Mae Howlev Barry. Chicago [1937] 
19 p. 12mo. © May 17, 1937; 2 c. 
May 20 ; D 49793 ; Dramatic pub. co., 
Chicago. 3868 

Not this man ; a play in 1 act, by Syd- 
ney Box. London, Samuel French 
[1937] 29 p. plate, diagr. 12mo. 
([French's acting edition, no. 2091]) 
© Apr. 30, 1937; 1 c. May 27; D 
49934 ; Sydney Box, London. 3869 

Obscure destination ; by Chloe Gartner. 
© 1 c. Apr. 30, 1937 ; D 49446 ; Chloe 
Maria Gartner, Grand Junction, Col. 

3870 

Off the record ; a play in 3 acts, by G. 
Middleton. © 1 c, May 19, 1937 ; D 
49839 ; George Middleton, New York. 

3871 

Oh, spinach ; a musical comedy in a 
prologue and 2 acts, book, music and 
lyrics by S. Golden. Text. © 1 c. 
Apr. 20, 1937 ; D 49414 ; Sylvia Golden, 
New York. 3872 

Oh, youth ; a 1-act sketch, by B. R. 
Griffin. © 1 c. May 12, 1937; D 
49633; Bill Royal Griffin, Pomona, 
Calif. 3873 

One-act (The) theatre; the tenth book, 
six new plays by James Parish. Lon- 
don [1937] 128 p. 12mo. Con- 
tents. — Postscript to adventure. — 
W T here the seas begin. — Listen to the 
band ! — Over and over again. — They 
couldn't sleep. — The exiles. © Mav 
5, 1937 ; 1 c. May 27 ; D 49935 ; Samuel 
French, ltd., London. 3874 

One evening at Nero's ; or, Shall Agrip- 
pina drown? a comedy in 1 act, by 
A. J. Talbot. London, Play rights & 
publications, ltd., 1937. 23 p. Svo. 
© Apr. 30, 1937; 1 c. Apr. 30; D 
49426; A. J. Talbot, Epsom, Surrey, 
England. 3875 

One foot in the aisle ; a musical comedy 
in 2 acts, by P. A. Wagner. Text. © 
1 c. May 3, 1937; D 49478; Paul A. 
Wagner, Chicago. 3876 



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One (The) right answer; a comedy in 
3 acts, by L. O'Connor. © 1 c. Apr. 
27, 1937; D 49425; Liam O'Connor, 
New York. 3877 

O'Neills (The) ; episodes 381-402, by 
Jane West. © 1 c. each May 8, 1937 ; 
D 49576; Procter & Gamble co., Cin- 
cinnati. 3878 

Orchestre (I/) du magic-cine; farce 
moderne en 2 entr' actes, par R. Bri- 
non. ©lc. May 18, 1937 ; D 49015 ; 
Raymond Brinon, Pau, France. 

3879 

Orloff diamond. See Jewel box. 

Ounce (An) of prevention; by David 
Diamond. © 1 c. May 26, 1937; D 
49021 ; Bar association of Erie coun- 
ty, Buffalo. 3880 

Over and over again. See One-act the- 
atre. 

Oxvdol's own Ma Perkins ; continuities 
nos. 968E. T.-987 E. T., by Lee Geb- 
hart. © 1 c. each May 8, 1937; D 
49572; Procter & Gamble co., Cincin- 
nati. 3881 

Pa and Ma go to town; program no. 1, 
script no. 2, by Chloe Campbell [i. e. 
I. C. Lairy] © 1 c. May 13, 1937 ; D 
49656 ; lea Chloe Lairv, Logansport, 
Ind. 3882 

Passioiiata (La) Franz Liszt) ; original 
screen plav by M. Reichmann and G. 
Lauer. Text. © 1 c. May 22, 1937 ; 
D 49874 ; Max Reichmann and Grace 
Lauer, New York. 3883 

Paul Bunyan ; chapters 1-5, by Edward 
Claridge. © 1 c. May 5, 1937; D 
49492 ; Fred K. Burr, Los Angeles. 

3884 

Paul of Tarsus ; a scenario, by Dr. 
Louis Etienne Brum Los Gatos, 
Calif. [1937] 96, [1] p. 16mo. © 
Apr. 21. 1937; 2 c. Apr. 30; D 49467; 
Louis Etienne Brim, Los Gatos, 
Calif. 3885 

Peace in thv breast ; a radio dramatiza- 
tion, bv H. Minkoff. © 1 c. May 20. 
1937 ; D 49-811 ; Harry Minkoff, Brook- 
lyn. 3886 

Pearl necklace engagement ceremony. 
Sec Adventures of big Bill Baker. 

People versus David Peterson. See Fa- 
mous jury trials. 

People versus Marsha Newberry. See 
Famous jury trials. 



Peter Petrus ; a play in 3 acts, by R. 
Victor. © 1 c. May 14, 1937; D 
49713 ; Robert Victor, London. 3887 

Peterkins and the thousand carrots ; a 
play for marionettes, by Nelson and 
Arlene Powers. © 1 c. May 5, 1937 ; 
D 49548; Nelson Aubry Powers, 
Presque Isle, Me. 3888 

Petticoat legion ; a farce in 3 acts, by 
B. Hosquith and M. Gales. © 1 c. 
May 5, 1937; D 49593; Brenda Hos- 
quith and Michael Gales, Brooklyn. 

3889 

Pharmacy, ltd. ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Morrie Daniels [i. e. M. D. Zalowitz] 
© 1 c. May 27, 1937 ; D 49037 ; Morrie 
Daniels Zalowitz, Elizabeth, N. J. 

3890 

Pheonix; a play for dancers to dance 
and speak, by L. Parnova. © 1 c. 
May 27, 1937 ; D 49986 ; Lisa Parnova, 
New York. 3891 

Piano playing for adult beginners; or, 
Fun at the piano, an interview with 
Mr. John M. Williams, by J. M. Wil- 
liams. © 1 c. Mar. 18, 1937 ; D 49471 ; 
John M. Williams, New York. 3892 

lessons 1-4, by J. M. Wil- 



liams. © 1 c. each Mar. 19, 1937 
D 49800-49803; John M. Williams, 
New York. 3893^-3896 

Picking on Peter; a farce in 3 acts, 
by Art (Jack) Miller [i. e. J. Miller] 
© 1 c. May 5, 1937; D 49490; Jack 
Miller, Brooklyn. 3S97 

Picture book people. See Mother 
Goose up to date. 

Picture bug. See Hollywood fever. 

Pif: Paf! Puf! Rewja w dwoch 
czeseiach (12 obrazach) pioro Wik- 
tora Budzyhskiego. Z muzyka : Mar- 
jana Altenberga, Czeslawa Hals- 
kiego, Juljusza Gabla i Zbigniewa 
Lipcznskiego. Lw6w [1936] 56 p. 
Svo. (Rewja za trzy grosze, pro- 
gram no. 1) © Oct. 15, 1936; 1 c. 
Nov. 30: D 39277; G. Seyfarth, 
Lwow, Poland. 3S9S 

Pilgrims of the night ; a play in 3 acts, 
by L. Esler. © 1 c. Apr. 27, 1937: 
D 49420; Lemist Esler. Gaviota, 
Calif. 3899 

Play (The) book; an elementary book 
on stage technique with nine plays 
of various types and some sugges- 
tions for creative use of plays and 
playing, by Jean Carter and Jess 
Oirden. Illustrations by Joe Magro. 



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391& 



New York, Chicago, 1937. 5 p. 1., 
vii-xiv, 511 p. front., illus. 12mo. 
Dramatic contents. — The boor, by 
Anton Chekhov. — The romancers, by 
Edniond Rostand.— Spreading the 
news, by Lady Gregory. — The idlings 
of the king, by Erie Remington. — 
The wonder hat, by Kenneth Sawyer 
Goodman and Ben Hecht. — The 
bishop's candlesticks, by Norman 
McKinnel. — Bread, 'by Fred East- 
man. — Where the cross is made, by 
Eugene O'Neill — The priates of Pen- 
zance, by Gilbert and Sullivan. — 
Vanishing cream. — The pup's re- 
venge. — The pen is mightier, by Bea- 
trice Lewis. — The vicar saves the 
day, by Pauline Gibson and Gladys 
Schmitt. © Mav 10, 1937: 2 c. and 
aff. May 21; A 106279; Harcourt, 
Brace & co., inc., New York. 

3899* 

Play, medico, play; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Lester Schoen. © 1 c. Apr. 
20. 1937 ; D 49415 ; Lester E. Schoen, 
New York. 3900' 

Poker ( The ) game ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Svlvia Leslie. © 1 c. Apr. 
30. 1937 : D 49397 ; Sylvia V. Cutler, 
Brooklyn. 3901 

Polkadotte ; a farce comedy in 3 acts 
with prologue, by Macklym Hartyl 
[pseud, of T. E. H. Black] © 1 c. 
Apr. 24, 1937; D 43419; Thomas E. 
H. Black, Detroit. 3902 

Polly pretends ; by the Drackett co. 
program no. 1. © 1 c. May 5, 1937 ; 
D 49514 ; Drackett co., Cincinnati. 

3903 

program no. 2. © 1 c. May 

11, 1937; D 49598; Drackett co., 
Cincinnati. 3904 

program no. 3. © 1 c. May 

13. 1937; D 49687; Drackett co.. 
Cincinnati. 3905 

program no. 4. © 1 c. May 

20, 1937; D 49827; Drackett, co., 
Cincinnati. 3906 

program nos. 5, 6. © 1 c. 



each May 25, 1937; D 49893, 49894; 
Drackett co., Cincinnati. 

3907, 3908 

Possession ; a 1-act play, by C. H. 
Burris. © 1 c. May 13, 1937; D 
49674 ; Cora Henin Burris, Engle- 
wood, N. J. 3909 

Postscript to adventure. See One-act 
theatre. 



Prelude to massacre ; historical inci- 
dent in 1 act, by Evan John. London 
[1937] 31 p. 12mo. ([French's 
acting edition, no. 2077]) © Apr. 
20, 1937 ; 1 c. May 8 ; D 49638 ; Sam- 
uel Franch, ltd, London. 3910 

Press interviews Mrs. O'Shaughnessy. 
See Honest working girl. 3910a 

Pride and prejudice ; a sentimental 
comedy in 3 acts, by Helen Jerome 
(dramatized from Jane Austen's 
novel: Pride and prejudice) London, 
Samuel French [1937] 83 p. plates 
8vo. ([French's acting edition, no. 
27] ) © Apr. 12, 1937 ; 1 c. Apr. 23 ; 
1 c. May 29 ; D 49704 ; Helen Jerome, 
New York. 3911 

[Copyright is claimed on English 
acting edition, with new matter 
added, settings, property plot, etc.] 

Prinzessin Nof retete ; operette in 2 ak- 
ten und einem romantischen zwis- 
chenspiel von Rudolf Roller und 
Nico Dostal. Musik von Nico Dostal. 
Text. © 1 c. May 11, 1937 ; D 49715 ; 
Biihnenvertrieb Thalia, g. m. b. h., 
Leipzig. 3912 

Vollstandiger klavierauszug 



mit text, zum dirigieren eingerichtet 
von Erich Mache. © 1 c. May 15, 
1937; D 39295; Thalia verlag, Leip- 
zig. 3913. 

Prisoner (The) of the spell: adapta- 
tion from the play : Gone native, by 
Major C. E. Russell. New version 
set to music. Text. © 1 c. May 3, 
1937; D 49473; C. E. Russell, East 
Orange, N. J. 3914 

Prodigal (The) father; a comedy in 3 
acts, by W. E. Barry. © 1 c. May 
13, 1937 ; D 49658 ; William E. Barry, 
New York. 3915 

Prophecy (The) ; by J. Einhorn. © 
1 c. May 1, 1937; D 49396; Joseph 
Einhorn, New Haven. 3916 

Public library. See Honest working 
girl. 

Pythagoras ; a drama in 3 acts, by S. E. 
Steinmetz. © 1 c. Apr. 5, 1937 ; 
D 49667 ; Sonia Elizabeth Steinmetz, 
Elsinore, Calif. 3917 

Questioning Minna. See Adventures of 
big Bill Baker. 

Radio (The) oracle; by R. Levy. © 
1 c. May 8, 1937 ; D 49604 ; Raymond 
Levy, New York. 391S- 



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3919 



pt. i, n. s., v. 10 



Rafael Maldonado ; a drama in 3 acts, 
by G. R. Walker. © 1 c. May 5, 
1937; D 49513; George Richmond 
Walker, Boston. 3919 

Re-appearance of Gloria la Mare. See 
Adventures of big Bill Baker. 

Recamier ; a play in 3 acts, by H. Ing- 
ham. © 1 c. May 8, 1937 ; D 49642 ; 
Helen Ingham Davis, New York. 

3920 

Red star rangers ; episodes nos. 1-14, 
by L. D. Hollister. © 1 c. each May 
14, 1937 ; D 49707 ; Len D. Hollister, 
New York. 3921 

Refuse to be born ; a 1-act play, by J. 
Greenfest. © 1 c. May 6, 1937; D 
49509 ; Jacob Greenfest, Brooklyn. 

3922 

Rejtelyes lelkek ; szinmii 3 felvonasban 
irta : Tardy Gregory [i. e. Gregory 
Tardy] © 1 c. Mar. 4, 1937 ; D 49511 ; 
Sigismund Gregory Polakovits, Buda- 
pest, Hungary. 3923 

Relax ; a play in 3 scenes, by E. Frank. 
© 1 c. May 21, 1937 ; D 49829 ; Ethel 
Frank, New York. 3924 

Renfrew of the Mounted ; episode no. 
238, by L. Y. Erskine. © 1 c. May 

12, 1937 ; D 49804 ; Laurie York Ers- 
kine, New Hope, Pa. 3925 

Resurrection at sundown ; a play in 3 
acts, by Gemma D'Auria [i. e. G. A. 
D'A. Houston] Prize winning his- 
torical play produced by the San 
Fernando mission, under the title : 
Bitter harvest. © 1 c. May 11, 1937 ; 
D 49637; Gemma Abkazoff D'Auria 
Houston, Hollywood, Calif. 3926 

Richmond bicentennial show ; a dra- 
matic spectacle in 29 scenes, by Jan 
Isbelle Fortune ; to be produced in 
Richmond, Virginia, beginning Sept. 

13, 1937. © 1 c. May 12, 1937; D 
49657 ; Richmond bicentennial cele- 
bration, Richmond. 3927 

Right (The) answer; a play in 3 acts, 
by Daisy Wolf. © 1 c. Apr. 24, 1937 ; 
D 49424; Daisy B. Wolf, New York. 

3928 

Rigoletto ; opera by Giuseppe Verdi, 
words by Victor Marie Hugo, new 
English translation and adaptation 
for the motion picture screen, by J. K. 
Templeton. © 1 c. Feb. 26, 1937; D 
39286 : Jeannette Kretschmer Temple- 
ton. Chicago. 8929 

Ring the gong ; a comedy in 3 acts, bv 
A. Ruben. © 1 c. May 7, 1937; D I 



49565 : Alexander Ruben, Hollywood, 
Calif. 3930 

Robert and Clara ; a musical romance in 
3 acts and epilogue, by V. Burnett. 
Text. © 1 c. May 7, 1937 ; D 49558 ; 
Vivian Burnett, Plandome, L. I., 
N. Y. 3931 

Rocky Dixon of Downieville ; episodes 
B, C & D, a radio program, by C. 
O'Meara. © 1 c. May 5, 1937; D 
49488 ; Carroll O'Meara, Los Angeles. 

3932 

Rolling stones ; by H. D. Fields. © 1 c. 
May 3, 1937 ; D 49469 ; Harry David 
Fields, Hollywood, Calif. 3933 

Roof tops ; or, Half way to heaven, a 
comedy drama in 3 acts, by H. Lewis. 
© 1 c. May 17, 1937 ; D 49751 ; Harry 
Lewis, New York. 3934 

Rose der puszta. See Zigeunermadel. 

Run-around (The) ; a play in 3 acts, 
by J. P. Roman. © 1 c. May 26, 
1937 : D 49924 ; Joseph Philip Roman, 
New York. 3935 

Russian movie producer. See Honest 
working girl. 

Sacrifice; by C. G. Hill. © 1 c. Mar. 
30, 1937; D 49705; Chlorine Gladys 
Hill, Suffolk, Va. 3936 

Safety play for children ; by F. E. Tim- 
mons. © 1 c. May 11, 1937 ; D 49597 ; 
Fred E. Timmons, Des Moines. 3937 

Sailing, sailing ; a comedy in 2 acts, by 
Joseph M. Viertel [pseud, of J. M. V. 
Shapiro] © 1 c. Apr. 29, 1937; D 
49390; Joseph M. Viertel Shapiro. 
New York. 3938 

St. Nicholas on the wire ; a playlet, by 
E. B. Seymour. © 1 c. May 3, 1037; 
D 49459 ; Elizabeth B. Seymour, Fitz- 
william, N. H. 3939 

Saison am Tegernsee. See Saison in 
Kitzbiihel. 

Saison in Kitzbiihel (Saison am Tegern- 
see) ; operette in 3 akten von R. Wal- 
fried [pseud.] musik von Ferry Kla- 
mert und Rudolf Hochwall. Regie- 
buch. Salzburg, 1937. 63, [1] p. 8vo. 
Text. © Apr. 10, 1937 ; 1 c. May 15 ; 
D 49932: R. Kiesel & Bohme, Salz- 
burg, Austria. 3940 

Samson and Delilah ; opera by Charles 
Camille Saint-Saens, English adapta- 
tion and arrangement for the motion 
picture screen, by J. K. Templeton. 



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3966 



© 1 c. Apr. 21, 1937 ; D 39290 ; Jeann- 
ette Kretschmer Templeton, Chicago. 

3941 

Sarcofago (II) etrusco ; coinmedia in 3 
atti, par R. Minardi. © 1 c. May 
18, 1937 ; D 49917 ; Ruggero Minardi, 
Paris. 3942 

Schwammerl. See Lilac time. 

Schwarze (Der) sclimetterling ; oper- 
ette in 9 bildern nach Melchior Long- 
yel, von Geza Herczeg und Henry Gil- 
bert. Mnsik von Michael Krausz. 
Gesangstexte von Robert Gilbert. 
Text. © 1 c. Dec. 1, 1936 ; D 49567 ; 
Octava biihnen- und musikverlag, a.- 
g., Zurich, Switzerland. 3943 

Second best : a 1-act play, by E. M. Cum- 
mings. © 1 c. May 27, 1937; D 
49944 ; Emma M. Cummings, Provi- 
dence. 3944 

Second (The) sentence: a play in 3 
acts, by R. S. Kohn. © 1 c. May 17, 
1937; D 49739; Rose Simon Kohn, 
Detroit. 3945 

Secret of Doctor Zavatch ; or, The 
broken link, a melodramatic drama 
on anthropology in 3 acts, by Chris 
C, J. Chamales. © 1 c. May 19, 1937 ; 
D 49784 ; Chris C. J. Chamales, Frank- 
fort, Ind. 3946 

See America first; by A. C. Nichols. 
American pen women. © 1 c. May 
8, 1937; D 49817; Alice C. Nichols, 
New York. 3947 

Higher education for women. 

© 1 c. May 8, 1937; D 49816; Alice 
C. Nichols, New York. 3948 



Hollywood, just Hollywood. 

© 1 c. May 8, 1937; D 49818; Alice 
C. Nichols, New York. 3949 



In the Madison avenue book 
© 1 c. May 8, 1937 ; D 49821 ; 
3950 



shop 

Alice C. Nichols, New York 



Left by the wind. © 1 c. May 

8, 1937; D 49820; Alice C. Nichols, 
New York. 3951 

The life of a window model. 



© 1 c. May 8, 1937; D 49815; Alice 
C. Nichols, New York. 3952 

Man's work. © 1 c. May 8, 



1937 ; D 49819 ; Alice C. Nichols, New 
York. 3953 



Somewhere in America. © 1 

c. May 8, 1937; D 49822; Alice C. 
Nichols, New York. 3954 



Television topics. © 1 c. May 

8, 1937; D 49844; Alice C. Nichols, 
New York. 3955 

Wilding the West. © 1 c. 

May 8, 1937 ; D 49814 ; Alice C. Nich- 
ols, New York. 3956 

Seeing is believing ; a play in 3 acts, by 
R. N. Blodgett. © 1 c. May 13, 1937 ; 
D 49886 ; Robert N. Blodgett, Jackson 
Heights, L. I., N. Y. 3957 

Shadow ; a play in 3 acts, by J. E. Drie- 
men. © 1 c. May 5, 1937 ; D 49518 ; 
John Evans Driemen, Minneapolis. 

3958 

Shadow (A) on the wall; a spy melo- 
drama, original screen adaptation, 
by John Paddy Carstairs, adapted 
from the story by Llewellyn Hughes. 
© 1 c. Mar. 17, 1937; D 49505; Sos- 
kin productions, ltd., London. 3959 

Shadow over U. S. ; a play in 3 acts, 
by M. Elias. © 1 c. May 12, 1937; 
D 49643 ; Maurice Elias, Long Island 
City, N. Y. 3960 

Shays' rebellion ; an historical play, in 
3 acts, by D. Granick. © 1 c. May 
6, 1937 ; D 49517 ; David Granick, New 
York. 3961 

Shell (The) garden ; by A. Scudder. © 
1 c. May 17, 1937; D 49761; An- 
toinette Scudder, Short Hills, N. J. 

3962 

Shoes I wore. See Affairs of Lisette. 

Siesta time ; a romantic comedy of 
early California in 3 acts, by A. D. 
Hariner. © 1 c. May 26, 1937; D 
49920; Alfred Douglas Harmer, 
Santa Barbara, Calif. 3963 



Sightseeing bus. 
girl. 



^ee Honest working 



Silence preferred ; a comedy in 1 act, 
by H. R. Buermann. © 1 c. Mav 
13, 1937 ; D 49695 ; Howard R. Buer- 
mann, St. Louis. 3964 

Sing a song of sixpence ; a play for 
women in 1 act, by Muriel and Syd- 
ney Box. London, Samuel French 
[1937] 28 p. diagr. 12mo. © Apr. 

• 30, 1937 ; 1 c. May 24 ; D 49885 ; Sam- 
uel French, ltd., London. , 3965 

Sit-down ; by William B. Titus. Kato- 
nah, N. Y., 1937. 2 p. 1., 2^4 niunb. 



1. 4to. © Apr. 3, 1937 ; 



May 5; 



D 49578 : Brookwood labor publica- 
tions, Katonah, N. Y. 3966 



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3966* 



pt. i, n. s., v. 10 



Six companies ; [by] W. Somerset 
Maugham. Garden City, N. Y., 
Doubleday, Doran & co., inc. [1937] 
xiii. 535 p. 8vo. Contents. — The un- 
attainable. — Home and beauty. — The 
circle. — Our betters. — The constant 
wife. — The bread-winner. © Apr. 
23, 1937; 2 c. and aff. Apr. 29; A 
105556 ; W. Somerset Maugham, Cap 
Ferrat, A. M., France. 3966* 

Snow White and the seven dwarfs ; a 
musical playlet, words and music by 
A. M. Lane, translated by Marion 
Bebee. English and French texts. 
© 1 c. Mar. 18, 1937 ; D 39285 ; Abi- 
gail M. Lane, Englewood, N. J. 

3967 

So goes the nation ; a play in 3 acts, 
by F. Moss and F. Gill, jr. © 1 c. 
May 19, 1937 ; D 4977S : Frank Moss 
and Frank Gill, jr., New York. 3968 

So you're going to have a daughter; a 
play in 3 acts, by P. Kerr. © 1 c. 
May 22, 1937 ; D 49849 ; Peter Kerr, 
New York. 3969 

Somewhere in America. See See Amer- 
ica first. 

Spain— 1937 ; by J. McMahill, jr. © 1 c. 
May 5, 1937 ; D 49554 ; John McMa- 
hill, jr., Chicago. 3970 

Special day program book ; no. 5, play- 
lets, dialogs, songs, recitations, com- 
piled by Harold L. Phillips. Ander- 
son, Ind., The Warner press [1937] 
128 p. 12mo. © May 4, 1937; 2 c. 
and aff. May 7; AA 230993; Gospel 
trumpet co., Anderson, Ind. 3971 

Spinning machine. See Three indus- 
trial plays. 

Split affinities ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
C. Campbell. © 1 c. May 26, 1937; 
D 49930; Charles Campbell, New 
York. 3972 

Spooner buys a sinker: episode no. 1, 
by Keith Fowler. © 1 c. Apr. 30, 
1937 ; D 49395 ; Heloise A. Lenetska, 
New York. 3973 

Stamps preferred; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by J. J. Meany. © 1 c. May 11, 1937 ; 
D 49052 ; John Joseph Meany, Al- 
bany. 3974 

Stand by ; a 1-act play, by I. George. 
© 1 c. Apr. 23, 1937 ; D 49421 ; Ina 
George, New York. 3975 

Standard ; en 2 actes en six tableaux, 
par S. Gantillon. © 1 c. May IS, 
1937; D 49914; Simon Gantillon, 
Asnieres, France. 3976 



Story of eye of Burma. See Adven- 
tures of big Bill Baker. 

Summer in Nohant. See Lato w No- 
hant. 

Summer mummers ; a Cape Cod piece 
in 3 acts, by Mary Manning. © 1 c. 
May 5, 1937; D 49510; Mary Man- 
ning Howe, Boston. 3977 

Sunbrite (The) junior nurse corps; 
Apr. 12, 14, 16, 19, 21, 23, 1937, by 
Stack-Goble advertising agency. ©> 
1 c. each Apr. 30, 1937; D 49437- 
49442; Swift & co., Chicago. 

3978-3983 

Sunshine (The) doctor; episode 2, by 
R. F. Greene. © 1 c. Apr. 26, 1937 ; 
D 49422 ; Richard F. Greene, Spring- 
held Gardens, N. Y. 3984 

Superstructure ; a play in 9 scenes, by 
L. Sack. © 1 c. May 19, 1937; D 
49783 ; Louis Sack, New York. 3985 

Supreme (The) search; a drama in 3 
acts, by D. Carb. © 1 c. May 25, 
1937; D 49904; David Carb, New 
York. 3986 

Sweet madness ; a musical satire, by 
Larry Singer [i. e. L. H. Singer] and 
Hal Singer [i. e. H. T. Singer] Text. 
© 1 c. May 26, 1937 ; D 49923 ; Law- 
rence Henry Singer and Harold 
Theodore Singer, New York. 3987 

Swords ; a play in 2 acts and lyrics, by 
G. W. Barrington, adapted by Jeanne 
Mower. Text. © 1 c. May 10, 1937 ; 
D 49580; George W. Barrington, Dal- 
las. 



Szent Erzsebet elete ; klasszikus film- 
drama, irta : Teczely Pal [i. e. Pal 
Teczely, pseud, of S. Nadpataky] © 
1 c. Jan. 9, 1937; D 49755; Sandor 
Nadpataky, Miskolocz, Hungary. 

3989 

Tainted; a play in 3 acts, by A. Lenz, 
suggested by a short story by Elsa 
Dora Wolff. © 1 c. Apr. 30. 1937 ; D 
49411 ; Anne Lenz, New York. 3990 

Take all my loves ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by R. Raynolds. © 1 c. May 12, 1937 ; 
D 49654 ; Robert Raynolds, Newtown, 
Conn. 3991 

Take the witness ; problem 1. The mas- 
querade murder, by Ashmead Scott, 
jr. © 1 c. May 12, 1937; D 49653; 
Ashmead E. Scott, jr., Beverly Hills, 
Calif. 3992 



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no. 5, 1937 



4018 



Talk is cheap! a good English play in 1 
act, by Jean Lee Latham. Chicago 
[1937] 17 p. 12mo. © May 17, 1937 ; 
2 c. May 20 ; D 49796 ; Dramatic pub. 
co., Chicago. 3993 

Television topics. See See America 
first. 

Ten virgins ; a sacred dramatic arrange- 
ment, by G. R. Thomas. © 1 c. May 
5, 1937 ; D 49888 ; George R. Thomas, 
North Charleston, W. Va. 3994 

That boy Heine; a 1-act play, based on 
the boyhood of Heinrich Heine, by R. 
Pollen. © 1 c. May 20, 1937; D 
49824 ; Ruth Pollen, New York. 3995 

Theatre; a comedy in 3 acts, by H. 
Jerome, made from W. Somerset 
Maugham's novel of the same name. 
© 1 c. May 26, 1937 ; D 49925 ; Helen 
Jerome, New York. 3996 

There ought to be a law; by Otis Bow- 
ers. © 1 c. May 13, 1937 ; D 49683 ; 
Metropolitan radio productions, Chi- 
cago. 3997 

Thet fust class mule ; [by] Students of 
John C. Campbell folk school. (In 
Mountain life and work, v. XIII, no. 
1. Apr., 1937) © Apr. 29, 1937; 2 c. 
May 5; D 49541; John C. Campbell 
folk school, Brasstown, N. C. 3998 

They also serve — ; a folk play in 1 act, 
by A. V. Devereaux and J. G. Mark- 
ley. © 1 c. May 3, 1937; D 49460; 
Alice Virginia Devereaux and J. Ger- 
ald Markley, Edmond, Okl. 3999 

They couldn't sleep. See One-act the- 
atre. 

Thirty days hath September; farce 
melodrama in 3 acts, by I. Gaumont 
and J. Sobell. © 1 c. May 21, 1937 ; 
D 49832 ; Irving Gaumont and Jack 
Sobell, New York. 4000 

'Thirty pieces of silver ; a play in 3 
acts, by W. R. Boehnel, based on the 
novel, The house by the river, bv A. 
P. Herbert. © 1 c. Apr. 29, 1937; 
D 49391; William Rudolf Boehnel, 
JKew York, and Alan Patrick Herbert, 
London. 4001 

Those two imposters ; a play in 3 acts, 
by Charles Conrad [i. e. C. J. Conrad, 
jr.] © 1 c. May 7, 1937; D 49590; 
Charles J. Conrad, jr., Hollywood, 
Calif. 4002 

Three industrial plays; by Roger Da- 
taller [pseud, of A. A. Eaglestone] 



London, Edinburgh, New York [etc.] 
Thomas Nelson and sons, ltd. [1936] 
vii, 9-96 p. illus. 12mo. Dramatic 
contents. — The spinning machine. — 
The crucible. — Mr. Stephenson's lamp. 
© Nov. 23, 1936; 1 c. Dec. 18; D 
49594 ; A. A. Eaglestone, Rawmarsh, 
Rotherham, Yorkshire, England. 

4003 

Three lives ; a play in 3 acts, by H. 
Hubbard. © 1 c. May 24, 1937; D 
49892 ; Plaven Hubbard, New York. 

4004 

Thrills ; episodes nos. 11-15, by Forrest 
Barnes. © 1 c. each May 12, 1937; 
D 49645-49649 ; Amer. radio features, 
Los Angeles. 4005-4009 

Time (The) will come; a drama in 3 
acts, by Romain Rolland, translated 
from the French by V. Albagli. © 
1 c. May 22, 1937; D 49851; Victor 
Albagli, New York. 4010 

Tom, Dick and Harriet ; chapters 1-4, 
by Edward Claridge. © 1 c. May 5, 
1937; D 49491; Fred K. Burr, Los 
Angeles. 4011 

Tomorrow ; a fable in 2 acts with pro- 
logue and epilogue, by R. St. Claire. 
© 1 c. May 19, 1937 ; D 49782 ; Ron- 
ald St. Claire, New York. 4012 

Transit ; a play in 1 act, by P. Steven- 
son. © 1 c. Apr. 30, 1937 ; D 49384 ; 
Philip Stevenson, Long Island City, 
N. Y. 4013 

Transition ; a play in 3 acts, by Cecil 
Hemley. © 1 c. May 6, 1937; D 
49531; Cecil Herbert Hemley, New 
York. 4014 

'Twas the night before Christmas — ; a 
play in 3 acts, by C. Angoff and L. 
Weitzenkorn. © 1 c. May 13, 1937; 
D 49702; Louis Weitzenkorn and 
Charles Angoff, New York. 4015 

Under the Bo tree. See Green turban 
and Under the Bo tree. 

Unforgotten (The) kiss; an American 
operetta in 3 acts, book, lyrics and 
music by J. P. Vergotti. © 1 c. May 
12, 1937 ; D 39284 ; John P. Vergotti, 
New York. 4016 

Up in the tower ; by A. Scudder. © 1 
c. May 17, 1937 ; D 49763 ; Antoinette 
Scudder, Short Hills, N. J. 4017 

Vacation (The) to hell; by David Mc- 
quain. © 1 c. May 5, 1937 ; D 49508 ; 
David D. Mcquain, Chicago. 4018 



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4019 



pt. i, n. s., v. 10 



Varsity show ; by Henry Souvaine. nos. 
14, 15 of series 1. © 1 c. each May 10, 
1937; D 49629, 49630; Henry Sou- 
vaine, inc., New York. 4019, 4020 

nos. 16, 17 of series 1. © 1 



c. each May 25, 1937 ; D 49890', 49891 ; 
Henry Souvaine, inc., New York. 

4021, 4022 

Verbotene friichte (Zwei frauen) ; 
schauspiel in 3 akten, von Charles 
F. Klein. © 1 c. May 11, 1937; D 
49719; Drei masken verlag, a.-g., Ber- 
lin. 4023 

Vic and Sade ; Apr. 1, 2, 5-9, 12-16, 
19^-23, 26-30, 1937, by Paul Rhymer. 
© 1 c. each May 8, 1937; D 49568; 
Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 

4024 

Vive la crise. See Es lebe die krise. 

Voice (The) ; by A. Scudder. © 1 c. 
May 17, 1987; D 49764; Antoinette 
Scudder, Short Hills, N. J. 4025 

Wanted: Title; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Mt Lawson. © 1 c. Apr. 30, 1937 ; 
D 49404 ; Margery Lawson, New York. 

4026 

Way (The) of a woman; a play in 3 
acts, by Jane and Margaret Greene. 
© 1 c. May 12, 1937 ; D 49961 ; Mar- 
garet Greene, Richmond Hill, L. I., 
N. Y. 4027 

Way (The) of sorrows; a religious 
drama in 2 scenes, by F. J. Karem. 
© 1 c. May 20, 1937 ; D 49823 ; Fred 
J. Karem, Louisville. 4028 

We live again ; by Girard Ellis. © 1 c. 
Apr. 5, 1937; D 49463; Ruthrauff & 
Ryan, inc., Chicago. 4029 

What happened to Cynthia ; text and 
music, by S. McClannahan. © 1 c. 
Apr. 21, 1937; D 39283; Seawillow 
McClannahan, San Antonio. 4030* 

What price mother ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Pat O'Mara [i. e. P. O'Mara] © 
] c. May 1, 1937; D 49635; Patrick 
O'Mara, Baltimore. 4031 

What's the big idea ; by Latham Ovens 
and Syd Cornell. © 1 c. Apr. 14. 
1937; D 49519; Crosley radio corp., 
Cincinati. 4032 

Where the seas begin. See One-act 
theatre. 

Whispers ; tragedy in 3 acts, by J. F. M. 
Lawson. © 1 c. Apr. 17, 1937; D 
49502 ; John F. Moncaleano Lawson, 
Hollywood, Calif. 4033 



Widow (The) ascends; by J. McMahill, 
jr. © 1 c. May 5, 1937; D 49551; 
John McMahill, jr., Chicago. 4034 

Wildflower; a musical play in 3 acts, 
book and lyrics by Otto Harbach and 
Oscar Hammerstein 2nd. Music by 
Herbert Stothart and Vincent You- 
mans. London, Chappell & co., ltd. ; 
New York, Harms inc., 1937. 55 p. 
8vo. Text. © Apr. 28, 1937; 1 c. 
May 13 ; D 49754 ; Harms, inc., New 
York. 4035 

Wilding the West. See See America 
first. 

Will Rogers ; a radio biography, by B. 
Disque, jr. © 1 c. May 25. 1937 ; D 
49907 ; Brice Disque, jr., New York. 

4036 

Wine of choice ; a play in 3 acts, by S. 
N. Behrman. © 1 c. May 15, 1937 p 
D 49728; S. N. Behrman, New York. 

403T 

Winter sunshine; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by G. A. Thomas. London [1937] 79 
p. plate. 8vo. ([French's acting edi- 
tion, no. 51] ) © Apr. 24, 1987 ; 1 c. 
May 20; D 49791; Samuel French, 
ltd., London. 4038 

Wired for sound ; a comedy with music 
in 2 acts, by L. B. Sterne. Text. © 
1 c. May 12, 1937 ; D 49672 ; Leslie B. 
Sterne, Nashville. 4039 

Witch's (The) parlour; a drama in a 
prologue and 3 acts, by F. Whitfield 
and Ella Lee Ruby [i. e. E. L. Whit- 
field] © 1 c. May 20, 1937 ; D 49855 ; 
Frank and Ella Lee Whitfield, New 
York. 4040 

Within the pattern ; a play in 3 acts, 
by Don Richardson. © 1 c. May 5, 
1937; D 49493; Melvin Schwartz, 
Brooklyn. 4041 

Women (The) shall save us; a social 
drama in 3 acts, by G. Sterling. © 
1 c. May 14, 1937; D 49710; George 
Sterling, Santa Barbara, Calif. 

4042 

World (The) turned over; a drama in 
3 acts, by V. R. Perry. © 1 c. Apr. 
30, 1937; D 49412; Virginia Robin- 
son Perry, Chicago. 4043 

Yale one-act plnys; v. 2, edited with 
an introduction, by Walter Prichard 
Eaton. New York, London [etc., etc.] 
1937. ix, 383 p. 8vo. Contents — 
Mennonite. — A wee diamond ring. — 
A rogue in a bed. — Bow down. — The 
institute. — Round trip. — On wings of 



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DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



no. 5, 1937 



4052 



song. — The mad hatters. — Suddenly 
Peter. © Apr. 24, 1937; 2 c. Apr. 
28; aff. May 5; A 105068; Samuel 
French, New York. 4043* 

Yellow lanterns ; a libretto in 2 acts, 
by A. M. Rae. © 1 c. May 21. 1937 ; 
D 4980S; Anne M. Rae, Brooklyn. 

4044 

You may be next ; episode no. 2, by Mc- 
Cann-Erickson, inc. © 1 c. May 8, 
1937; D 49626; McCann-Erickson, 
inc., New York. 4045 

You're next ; a play in 3 acts, by C. 
Courtney. © 1 c. May 24, 1937; D 
498S0; Catherine Courtney, Holly- 
wood, Calif. 4040 

Young (The) must hope ; a poetic play- 
let in 1 act, by I. J. Alexander. © 
1 c. May 1, 1937; D 49407; Isaiah 
John Alexander, Brooklyn. 4047 

Your servant, madam ; a play in 2 acts, 
by K. Warriner, from the novel, The 
Jessamv bride, bv F. Frankfort 
Moore. © 1 c. May 5, 1937 ; D 49494 ; 
Kate Warriner, New York. 4048 



Zaporogetz za Dunayem. See Cossacks 
beyond the Danube. 

Zigeunermadel (Das) ; (Die rose der 
puszta) operette von Bruno Hardt- 
Warden, gesangstexte von Plans 
Pflanzer und Bruno Plardt-Warden, 
musik von Willy Engel-Berger.' Ber- 
lin, 1937. 3 p. 1., 2-81 numb. 1., 1 1. 
4to. Text. © Jan. 15, 1937: 1 c. 
Apr. 17; D 49538; Edition Miesel & 
co., g. m. b. h., Berlin. 4049 

Zwei frauen. See Verbotene friichte. 

Zwei in der dunkelka miner ; ein stuck 
in 3 akten, von Robert Overweg. © 
1 c. May 11, 1937 ; D 49717 ; Biihnen- 
vertrieb Thalia, g. in. b. h., Leipzig. 

4050 

200 were chosen ; a play in 3 acts, by 
E. P. Conkle. New York. Samuel 
French ; London, Samuel French, ltd. 
[etc.] 1937. 5 p. 1., 3-149 p. 12mo. 
© May 20, 1937; 2 c. May 24; D 
49882; Ellsworth P. Conkle, Iowa 
City, la. 4051 

1945 : by E. R. Cochran. © 1 c. May 13, 
1937; D 49682; E. Reeves Cochran, 
Avalon, Pa. 4052 



Number of entries of dramas included in part 1, group 3, of the catalog 
since Jan. 1, 1937: 

Dramatic compositions (including 2,727 unpublished) 3,031 

Dramatic compositions in foreign languages (including 119 unpub- 
lished) 293 

Drama tico-musical compositions (including 46 unpublished) 67 

Dramatico-musical compositions in foreign languages (including 5 
unpublished) 26 

Total r 3,417 



173 



TITLES OF DRAMAS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS 
BEEN RENEWED UNDER SECTIONS 23 AND 24 OF THE ACT OF 
MARCH 4, 1909 [4052 



Bills ; farce in 1 act, by John M. Fran- 
cis. © Florence L. Francis, Troy, 
N. Y., as the widow of the author. 
R 56592, Apr. 22, 1937. 1 

Bright eyes ; musical comedy in 3 acts, 
by Charles Dickson. © Henrietta 
Doblin Lane, Brooklyn, as the execu- 
trix. R 58119, Apr- 17, 1937. 2 

Chantecler ; piece en 4 actes, en vers, 
de Edmond Rostand. (L'lllustration 
theatrale, 12, 19, 26 fevrier, 5 mars, 
1910) © Louise Rose Gerard Ros- 
tand, Maurice Rostand and Jean Ros- 
tand, Paris, as the widow of the au- 
thor and the children of the deceased 
author. R 56493, Apr. 7, 1937. 3 

Comme les feuilles . . . ; coniedie en 4 
actes, par Giuseppe Giacosa, tr. de 
Mile. Darsenne. © Julie Darsenne, 
Milan, as the author of the transla- 
tion. R 58020, Apr. 14, 1937. 4 

Guilty o' trespass ; comedy in 1 act, by 
K. M. Rice. © Katharine McDowell 
Rice, Worthington, Mass., as the au- 
thor. R 55903, Apr. 5, 1937. 5 

Hamlet (The tragedy of) ; introduction 
and notes by Henry Hudson, ed. and 
rev. by Ebenezer Charlton Black, 
with the cooperation of Andrew 
Jackson George. School edition. 
(The new Hudson Shakespeare) © 
Agnes Knox Black, Cambridge, Mass., 
as the widow of one of the authors. 
R 55080, Apr. 24, 1937. 6 

Involuntary (An) understudy : a dra- 
matization in 1 act of Percival Pol- 
lard's A life or death performance, 
by D. Kimball. © David Kimball, 
Cambridge, Mass., as the author. R 
56534, Mar. 30, 1937. 7 

Life or death performance. See Invol- 
untary understudy. 

My soldier boy; a comedy farce in 3 
acts, by Alfred Maltby and Frank 
Lindo [pseud, of Amelia Harrison] 
© Marion Lindo, London, as the 
widow of one of the authors. R 
48732, Dec. 3, 1936. 8 

Oberen ( Die ) zehntausend ; operette, 
text von Julius Freund, musik von 
Gustave Kerker. © Mattie B. Sil- 
verman, New York, and Paula 



Freund, Berlin, as the widows of the 
composer and the author. R 55969. 
Apr. 21, 1937. 9 

Recommendation. See Testimonial. 

Road to Ridgeby's. See Worm turns. 

Rubicon (Le) ; piece en 3 actes, par E. 
Bour^et. (Tn L'lllustration thea- 
trale, no. 144, 2 avril 1910) © Edou- 
ard Bourdet, Paris, as the author. 
II 58023, Apr. 14, 1937. 10 

Tempest (The) (The comedy of) ; in- 
troduction and notes by Henry Nor- 
man Hudson, ed. and rev. by Ebene- 
zer Charlton Black with the coopera- 
tion of Andrew Jackson George. 
School edition. (The new Hudson 
Shakespeare) © Agnes Knox Black, 
Cambridge, Mass., as the widow of 
one of the authors. R 55076, Apr. 24, 
1937. 11 

Testimonial (The) ; an adaptation in 1 
act of Max Maurey's La recommanda- 
tion, by D. Kimball and Arthur W. 
Loach. © David Kimball, Cam- 
bridge, Mass., and Arthur W. Loach, 
Bromlev, Kent, England, as the au- 
thors. R 56533, Mar. 30, 1937. 12 

White (The) hawk; a dramatization in 
4 acts, of H. C. Bailey's novel Beau- 
jeu, by H. C. Bailey and D. Kimball. 
© David Kimball, Cambridge. Mass., 
and Henry Christopher Bailey, Lon- 
don, as the authors. R 56536, Mar. 
30, 1937. 13 

Woman's wiles ; play in 1 act, by Wil- 
liam Young. © Natalie B. Young. 
Xenia, O., as the child of the de- 
ceased author. R 56422, Mar. 31, 
1937. 14 

Works (The) of William Shakespeare; 
Edition de luxe, edited by J. Ellis 
Burdick and Anne Troop Craig. © 
Van Rees press, New York, as pro- 
prietor of copyright in a work made 
for hire. R 55964, Apr. 17, 1937. 

15 

Worm (The) turns; a dramatization in 
1 act, of chapter 11, of Frank Bur- 
lingame Harris' The road to Ridge- 
by's, by D. Kimball. © David Kim- 
ball. Cambridge, Mass., as the author. 
R 56535, Mar. 30, 1937. 16 



174 



CLASSES L AND M 
MOTION PICTURES 



Academy (The) award review of Walt 
Disney cartoons. 6 reels. © May 
20, 1937; 2 c. May 21; description 
May 22; M 7424; Walt Disney pro- 
ductions, ltd., Los Angeles. 4058 

Adventures of Bunny Rabbit : by L. K. 
Eads. Reel. © May 1, 1937; 2 c. 
May 22 ; description May 19 ; M 7430 ; 
Erpi picture consultants, inc., New 
York. 4054 

As good as married ; original story by 
Norman Krasna, screen play by F. 
Hugh Herbert and Lynn Starling, di- 
rected by Edward Buzzell. 8 reels. 
© May 3, 1937 ; 2 c. May 4 ; descrip- 
tion May 6; L 7114; Universal pic- 
tures co., inc., New York. 4055 

Aurora's flight. © title, description 
and 8 prints reed. May 13, 1937; M 
7411 ; Melitta Brunner, New York. 

4056 

Banjo on my knee ; based on a novel 
by Harry Hamilton, screen play by 
Nunnally Johnson, directed by John 
Cromwell. 10 reels. © Dec. 4, 1936 ; 
2 c. and description May 6 ; L 7111 ; 
Twentieth century-Fox film corp., 
New York. 4057 

Blazing sixes ; original story by An- 
thony Coldeway, screen play by John 
T. Neville, directed by Noel Smith. 
6 reels. © Apr. 26, 1937; 2 c. and 
description May 24 ; L 7145 : Warner 
bros. pictures, inc., New York. 4058 

Bring on the girls; no. 2079. (Big 
time vaudeville) Reel. © May 3, 
1937; 2 c. and description May 3; 
L 7100 ; Vitaphone Corp., New York. 

4059 

Case (The) of the stuttering bishop; 
story by Erie Stanley Gardner, 
screen play by Kenneth Garnet and 
Don Ryan, directed by William Clem- 
ens. 8 reels. © Apr. 26, 1937 ; 2 c. 
and description May 18 ; L 7134 ; 
Warner bros. pictures, inc., New 
York. 4060 

Community sing; no. 3, directed by 
Charles Lamont. Reel. © May 11, 
1937 ; 2 c. May 11 ; description May 
24; M 7426; Columbia pictures corp., 
of Calif., ltd., Los Angeles. 4061 



Coronation (The) of their Majesties 
King George VI and Queen Elizabeth ; 
by Eugene W. Castle. Reel. © May 
20, 1937 ; 2 c. and description May 
22 ; M 7425 ; Pathegrams, inc., New 
York. 4062 

Death rides the range. See Wild West 
days. 

Desert blooms. Reel. © Apr. 12, 1937 ; 

2 c. May 3 ; description May 1 ; M 
7385 ; Royal revues, inc., Hollywood, 
Calif. 4063 

Desiderius Erasmus ; by Edmund Fran- 
cis Hackett. © title, description and 

3 prints reed. ; M 7412 ; International 
business machines corp., New York. 

4064 
Draegerman courage ; original story 
and screen play by Anthony Col- 
dewey, directed by Louis King. 7 
reels. © Aug. 31, 1936; 2 c. and 
description May 5 ; L 7107 ; Warner 
bros. pictures, inc. and the Vitaphone 
corp., New York. 4065 

E. M. Newman's Land of the midnight 
sun : no. 2025, dialogue by Ira Genet, 
narrated by Alan Kent, edited by 
Bert Frank. Reel. © May 3, 1937 ; 
2 c. and description May 3 ; M 7382 ; 
Vitaphone Corp., New York. 4066 

Edema — cardiac and renal. © title 
and description reed. Apr. 27, 1937 ; 
830 prints reed. Apr. 28; M 7376; 
Winthrop chemical co., inc., New 
York. 4067 

Electrochemistry ; by H. I. Schlesinger. 
Reel. © Mar. 10, 1937 ; 2 c. May 1 ; 
description Apr. 7 ; M 7389 ; Erpi pic- 
ture consultants, inc., New York. 

4068 

Electrons ; bv Harvey B. Lemon. Reel. 
© Mar. 10, 1937; 2 c. May 1; de- 
scription Apr. 7 ; M 7390 ; Erpi pic- 
ture consultants, inc., New Y^ork. 

4069 

Enemy (The) camp. See Secret agent 
X-9. 

England's coronation ; edited by Eu- 
gene W. Castle. Reel. © May 20, 
1937 ; 2 c. May 21 ; description May 
22 ; M 7423 ; Pathegrams, inc., New 
York. 4070 

Exhibit A. See Secret agent X-9. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



4071 



pt. i, n. s., v. 10 



Exploring- the universe ; by W. Bartky. 
Keel. © May 1, 1937 ; 2 c. May 22 ; 
description May 19; M 7431; Erpi 
picture consultants, inc., New York. 

4071 

Fella (The) with the fiddle; no. 7729, 
animation by Cal Dalton and Ken 
Harris. (Merrie melodies) Reel. 
© May 3, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
May 3; M 7380; Vitaphone corp., 
New York. 4072 

Field day, Endicott, New York, Sep- 
tember 26, 1936; by Edmund Francis 
Hackett. © title, description and 3 
prints reed. May 26, 1937; M 7453; 
International business machines 
corp., New York. 4073 

Fifty roads to town ; based on the novel 
by Louis Frederick Nebel, screen 
play by George Marion, jr. and Wil- 
liam Conselman, directed by Norman 
Taurog. 9 reels. © Apr. 16, 1937; 
2 c. and description May 6 ; L 7112 ; 
Twentieth century-Fox film corp.. 
New York. 4074 

Forbidden adventure ; narrator Gayne 
Whitman, edited by Grace McKee, 
directed by J. C. Doc Cook. 7 reels. 
© July 1, 1934; 2 c. May 10, 1937; 
description May 7 ; L 7119 ; Road 
show attractions co., Los Angeles. 

4075 

Forced (The) lie. See Secret agent 
X-9. 

Forever yours ; scenario by Hugh Gray 
and Arthur Wimperis, directed by Al- 
berto Giacalone. 8 reels. © May 15, 
1937; 2 c. May 25; description May 
26 ; L 7155 ; Grand national films, inc.. 
New York. 4076 

Foxy (The) pup; directed by Ub 
Iwerks. (A color rhapsodv) Reel. 
© May 15, 1937; 2 c. May 15; de- 
scription May 17 ; M 7414 ; Screen 
gems, inc., Los Angeles. 4077 

Freshies ; no. 7309, story by Arthur 
Jarrett and Marcy Klauber. produced 
by Al Christie. 2 reels. ©) May 7, 
1937 ; 2 c. and description May 13 ; L 
7123; Educational films corp. of 
America, New York. 4078 

Game trails ; narrative by Gayne Whit- 
man. Reel. © Apr. 30, 1937; 2 c. 
and description May 7 : M 7399 ; Par- 
amount pictures, inc., New York. 

4079 

Girl loves boy ; story by Karl Brown 
and Hinton Smith, screen play by 
Duncan Mansfield and Carroll 



Graham, directed by Duncan Mans- 
field. 8 reels. © Mar. 31, 1937 ; 2 c. 
May 10 ; description May 11 ; L 7120 ; 
Grand national films, inc., New York. 

4080 

Going places with Lowell Thomas ; nar- 
rated by Lowell Thomas, produced by 
Charles E. Ford. 1 reel each. © 
Universal pictures co., inc.. New 
York. 4081, 4082 

No. 36, © May 7, 1937 ; 2 c. May 11 ; 

description May 8 ; M 7402. 
No. 37. © May 21, 1937; 2 c. and 

description May 22 ; M 7433. 

Gold (The) racket; original story by 
Howard Higgin, screen play by David 
S. Levy, directed by Louis J. Gas- 
nier. 7 reels. © Apr. 19, 1937 ; 2 c. 
and description May 6 ; L 7113 ; 
Grand national films, inc., New York. 

4083 

Greene (The) murder case, See Night 
of mystery. 

Gun lords of Stirrup Basin ; original 
story by Harry F. Olmstead. screen 
play and adaptation by George H. 
Plympton and Fred Myton, directed 
by Sam Newfield. 6 reels. © May 
10, 1937 ; 2 c. and description May 
18: L 7130; Republic pictures Corp., 
New York. 40S4 

Gunsmoke ranch ; based on idea by 
William Colt McDonald, original 
story by Oliver Drake and Jack Nat- 
teforcl, screen play by Oliver Drake. 
6 reels. © May 5, 1987 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription May 18; L 7132; Republic 
pictures corp., New York. 4085 

Head over heels in love ; from the play 
Pierre O. U. Jack by Francois de 
Croisset, adaptation by Fred Thomp- 
son and Dwight Taylor, directed by 
Sonnie Hale. 9 reels. © Feb. 12, 
1937 ; 1 c. and description May 24 : 
L 7143 ; Gaumont British picture 
corp. of America, New York. 4086 

Heated (A) discussion. Reel. © Apr. 
12, 1937 ; 2 c. and . description Apr. 
17; M 7393; AudiVision, inc., New 
York. 4087 

High Sierra. Reel. © Apr. 12, 1937; 
2 c. May 3 ; description May 1 ; M 
73S6 ; Royal revues, inc., Hollywood. 
Calif. 40S8 

Hindenburg explodes; by Eugene Cas- 
tle. Reel. © May 7, 1937 ; 2 c. and 
description May 10 : M 7404 ; Pathe- 
grams, inc., New York. 4089 



176 



MOTION PICTURES 



no. 5, 1937 



4109 



His pest girl; story by Tim Ryan, di- 
rected by Walter Graham. 2 reels. 
© Apr. 30, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
May 4; L 7106; Educational films 
corp. of America, New York. 4090 

.Hit (The) parade; original story by 
Bradford Ropes, screen play by 
Bradford Ropes and Samuel Ornitz, 
directed by Gus Meins. 9 reels. © 
Apr. 23, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
Mav 19; L 7135; Republic pictures 
corp., New York. 4091 

Holding the bag : story by Parke Levy, 
directed by Win. Watson. 2 reels. 
© May 14, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
May 24; L 7146; Educational films 
corp. of America, New York. 4092 

Hollywood party in technicolor ; dia- 
logue by John Krafft, directed by 
Roy Rowland. 2 reels. © Apr. 9, 
1937: 2 c. and description Apr. 30; 
L 7098; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., 
New York. 4093 

Holy (The) terror; original screen play 
by Lou Breslow and John Patrick, 
directed by James Tinling. 8 reels. 
© Feb. 5, 1937; 2 c. and description 
May 25; L 7149; Twentieth century- 
Fox film corp., New York. 4094 

Hong Kong, the hub of the Orient. (A 
Fitz Patrick traveltalk) Reel. © 
Apr. 22, 1937; 2 c. and description 
May 10; M 7401; Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer corp., New York. 4095 

I only have eyes for you ; no. 7638, ani- 
mation by Bob Clampett and Virgil 
Ross, produced by Leon Schlesinger. 
( Merrie melodies ) Reel. © May 18, 
1937 ; 2 c. and description May 18 ; M 
7416; Vitaphone corp., New York. 



Ice the food distributor. Reel. © Apr. 
8, 1937 ; 2 c. and description Apr. 17 ; 
M 7394; AudiVision, inc., New York. 

4097 

Jacques Fray and his orchestra ; no. 
2067, directed by Roy Mack. Reel. 
© May 12, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
May 12; M 7406; Vitaphone corp., 
New York. 4098 

Juggernaut ; by Alice Campbell, adapted 
for the screen by Cyril Campion and 
H. Fowler Mear, directed by Henry 
Edwards. 7 reels. © Apr. 30, 1937 ; 
2 c. and description May 11 ; L 7122 ; 
Grand national films, inc., New York. 

4099 



Keeping food fresh. Reel. © Apr. 8. 
1937 ; 2 c. and description Apr. 17 ; M 
7395 ; AudiVision, inc., New York. 

4100 

Kick me again; no. 2074-75, originated 
by Ham Fisher, story by Jack Henley 
and Eddie Forman, directed by Lloyd 
French. 2 reels. © May 5, 1937; 
2 c. and description May 5 ; L 7108 ; 
Vitaphone corp., New York. 4101 

Kid Galahad ; from the story by Francis 
Wallace, screen play by Seton I. Mil- 
ler, directed by Michael Curtiz. 10 
reels. © Mar. 18, 1937 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription May 17; L 7129; Warner 
bros. pictures, inc., New York. 4102 

King of gamblers ; based on a story by 
Tiffany Thayer, screen play by Doris 
Anderson, directed by Robert Florey. 
8 reels. © Apr. 16, 1937; 2 c. and 
description May 3 ; L 7103 ; Para- 
mount pictures, inc., New York. 

4103 

Krazy's race of time ; story by Allen 
Rose, animation by Harry Love. 
Reel. © May 11, 1937 ; 2 c. May 15 ; 
description May 17; M 7413; Screen 
gems, inc., Los Angeles. 4104 

League (The) of frightened men; from 
a Nero Wolfe mystery by Rex Stout, 
screen play by Eugene Solow and Guy 
Endore, directed by Alfred E. Green. 
7 reels. © May 4, 1987 ; 2 c. May 4 ; 
description May 5 ; L 7109 ; Columbia 
pictures corp. of Calif., ltd., Los An- 
geles. 4105 

Liberty ; by Edmund Francis Hackett. 
© title, description and 3 prints reed. 
May 26, 1937 ; M 7452 ; International 
business machines corp., New York. 

4106 

Little Hiawatha. (Walt Disney Silly 
symphony) Reel. © May 5, 1937; 
2 c. May 24 ; description May 26 ; M 
7437; Walt Disney productions, ltd., 
Los Angeles. 4107 

Lloyd's of London; from a story by 
Curtis Kenyon, screen play by Ernest 
Pascal and Walter Ferris, directed by 
Henry King. 14 reels. © Nov. 25, 
1936; 2 c. and description May 14, 
1937 ; L 7126 ; Twentieth century-Fox 
film corp., New York. 4108 

Maid of the mountain; by Charles B. 
Diltz. © title, description and 37 
prints reed. May 21, 1937; L 7147; 
William Steiner, New York. 4109 



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4110 



pt. i, n. s., v. 10 



Mail and female ; no. 2080-81, story by 
Jack Henley and Eddie Forman, di- 
rected by Lloyd French. (Broadway 
brevity) 2 reels. © May 3, 1987; 

2 c. and description May 3 ; L 7101 ; 
Vitaphone corp., New York. 4110 

Make way for tomorrow ; based on a 
novel by Josephine Lawrence and a 
play by Helen and Nolan Leary, 
screen play by Vina Delmar, directed 
by Lew McCarey. 10 reels. © Apr. 
30, 1937 ; 2 c. and description May 7 ; 
L 7116 ; Paramount pictures, inc., 
New York. 4111 

Making good with Good Humor. Reel. 
© Apr. 15, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
Apr. 26; M 7377; AudiVision, inc., 
New York. 4112 

Man (The) in blue; original story by 
Kubec Glasmon, screen play by Les- 
ter Cole, directed by Milton Carruth. 
7 reels. © May 20, 1937 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription May 21 ; L 7144 ; Universal 
pictures co., inc.. New York. 4113 

Man (The) in the mirror; from the 
novel by William Garrett, adaptation 
and dialogue by F. McGrew Willis, 
directed by Maurice Elvey. 8 reels. 
© Apr. 26, 1937; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion May 11 ; L 7121 ; Grand national 
films, inc., New York. 4114 

Masquerader (The) See Secret agent 
X-9. 

Michael O'Halloran ; by Gene Stratton- 
Porter, screen play by Adele Buffing- 
ton, directed by Karl Brown. 7 reels. 
© May 15, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
May 18; L 7133; Republic pictures 
corp., New York. 4115 

Mickey's amateurs. (A Walt Disney 
Mickey Mouse) Reel. © Apr. 19, 
1987 ; 2 c. May 3 ; description May 4 ; 
M 7387 ; Walt Disney productions, ltd., 
Los Angeles. 4116 

Modern (A) miracle; by Edmund Fran- 
cis Hackett. © title, description and 

3 prints reed. May 26, 1937 ; M 7451 ; 
International business machines corp., 
New York. 4117 

Mother Hen's holiday ; story by Sid 
Marcus, animation by Art Davis. 
Reel. © May 3, 1937; 2 c. and de- 
scription May 3; M 7379; Screen 
gems, inc., Los Angeles. 4118 

Movietone news ; v. 19, no. 52-61 ; pro- 
duced by Truman Talley. 1 reel each. 
© Mar. 11, 16, 18, 23, 25, 30, Apr. 



1, 6, 8, 13, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
each May 20; M 7440-7449: Movie- 
tonews, inc., New York. 4119-4128 

Musical (A) journey to South America ; 
no. 2096. directed by Joseph Hena- 
bery. Reel. © May 26, 1937; 2 c. 
and description May 26 ; M 7436 ; Vi- 
taphone corp., New York. 4129 ; 

Musical (A) operation ; no. 20S9-90, di- 
rected by Roy Mack. 2 reels. © 
May 26, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
May 26; L 7154; Vitaphone corp., 
New York. 4130 

New Mexico state college. © title, de- 
scription and 12 prints reed. May 11, 
1937; M 7403; John Reldon Gaines, 
State College, N. M. 4131 

Night must fall ; by Emlyn Williams, 
screen play by John Van Druten, di- 
rected by Richard Thorpe. 121 reels. 
© Mar. 28, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
May 10; L 7118; Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer corp., New York. 4132 

Night of mystery - based on a novel The 
Greene murder case by S. S. Van 
Dine, screen play by Frank Partos 
and Gladys Unger, directed by E. 
A. Dupont. 7 reels. © May 21, 1937 ; 
2 c. and description May 24 ; L 7142 ; 
Paramount pictures, inc., New York. 

4133 

Northing (The) tramp. See Strangers 
on a honeymoon. 

Oh, doctor ; from the novel by Harry 
Leon Wilson, screen play by Harry 
Clork and Brown Holmes, directed 
by Raymond B. McCarey. 8 reels. 
© May 10, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
May 12 ; L 7124 ; Universal pictures 
co., inc., New York. 4134 

One in a million ; story and screen play 
by Leonard Praskins and Mark Kelly, 
directed by Sidney Lanfield. 10 
reels. © Jan. 1, 1937; 2 c. and de- 
scription May 25 ; L 7148 ; Twentieth 
century-Fox film corp., New York. 

413^- 

Paramount pictorial 6 ; no. 10, narrated 
by Alois Havrilla. Reel. © May 7, 
1937 ; 2 c. and description May 21 ; 
M 7422 ; Paramount pictures, inc., 
New York. 4136 

Penny wisdom ; directed by David 
Miller. (A Pete Smith specialty) 
Reel. © Apr. 15, 1937; 2 c and de- 
scription Apr. 30; L 7099; Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New York. 

4137 



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no. 5, 1937 



4157 



Perles (Les) de la couronne. © title, 
description and 20 prints reed. May 
14, 1937 ; L 7138 ; Sacha Guitry, Paris. 

4138 

Phantom (The) of Santa Fe ; adapta- 
tion and dialogue by Chas. Royal, 
directed by Jacques Jaccard. 6 reels. 
© Dec. 21, 1936 ; 2 c. and description 
May 27, 1937; L 7160; Burroughs- 
Tarzan pictures, inc., Los Angeles. 

4139 

Picador Porky ; no. 7715, animation by 
Charles Jones and Sid Sutherland. 
Reel. © May 3, 1937; 2 c. and de- 
scription May 3 ; M 7383 ; Vitaphone 
corp., New York. 4140 

Pierre O. U. Jack. See Head over heels 
in love. 

Popular science ; no. 5. Reel. © Apr. 
30, 1937 ; 2 c. and description May 7 ; 
M 7400; Paramount pictures, inc., 
New York. 4141 

Puddy's coronation ; by Paul Terry, 
Mannie Davis, and George Gordon. 
Reel. © May 14, 1937 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription May 24; M 7432; Terry- 
toons, inc., New Rochelle, N. Y. 

4142 

Pudgy picks a fight ; animated by My- 
ron Waldinan and Hicks Lokey, di- 
rected by Dave Fleischer. (Betty 
Boop cartoon) Reel. © May 14, 
1937; 2 c. and description May 19; 
M 7417 ; Paramount pictures, inc., 
New York. 4143 

Reckless ranger ; story by Joseph Le- 
vering and J. A. Duffy, screen play 
by Nate Gatzert, directed by Spencer 
Gordon Bennet. 6 reels. © May 15, 
1937 ; 2 c. May 15 ; description May 
17 ; L 7127 ; Columbia pictures corp. 
of Calif., ltd., Los Angeles. 4144 

Redskin's (The) revenge. See Wild 
West days. 

Rhythm in the air. © title, descrip- 
tion and 5 prints reed. May 12, 1937 ; 
M 7407; Lawrence Gale Gookins, 
Los Angeles. 4145 

Rootin' tootin' rhythm; original story 
by Johnston McCulley, screen play 
by Jack Natteford, directed by Mack 
Y. Wright. 7 reels. © May 12, 1937 ; 
2 c. and description May 18 ; L 7131 ; 
Republic pictures corp., New York. 

4146 

Rushin' ballet ; directed by Gordon 
Douglas. Reel. © Apr. 22, 1937; 



2 c. and description Apr. 30 ; L 7007 ; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New 
York. 4147 

Saint Johnson. See Wild West days. 

School birds ; by Paul Terry, Mannie 
Davis, George Gordon. Reel. © Apr. 
30, 1937 ; 2 c. and description May 4 ; 
M 7388 ; Terrytoons, inc., New Ro- 
chelle, N. Y. 4148 

Secret agent X-9 ; based on the news- 
paper feature entitled Secret agent 
X-9, original story and screen play 
by Wyndham Gittens, Norman S. 
Hall, Ray Trampe and Leslie Swa- 
bacher, directed by Ford Beebe and 
Cliff Smith. 2 reels each. © Uni- 
versal pictures, co., inc., New York. 

4149-4152 
Chap. 8, Exhibit A. © May 3, 1937 ; 

2 c. May 4 ; description May 6 ; L 

7115. 
Chap. 9, The masquerader. © May 

10, 1937 ; 2 c. May 12 ; description 

May 13 ; L 7125. 
Chap. 10, The forced lie. © May 17, 

1937 ; 2 c. May 18 ; description May 

19 ; L 7139. 
Chap. 11, The enemy camp. © May 

24, 1937; 2 c. and description May 

25 ; L 7150. 

She was an acrobat's daughter ; no. 
7750, animation by Bob McKimson 
and A. C. Gainer. ( Merrie melodies ) 
Reel. © May 3, 1937; 2 c. and de- 
scription May 3; M 7381; Vitaphone 
corp., New York. 4153 

Shoes with rhythm; direction, Milton 
Schwarzwald. Reel. © May 21, 



193 



i : 



c. and description May 22 



L 7151 ; Universal pictures co., inc., 
New York. 4154 

Sing, cowboy, sing ; screen play by Rob- 
ert Emmett, directed by R. N. Brad- 
bury. 6 reels. © May 22, 1937 ; 2 c. 
May 27 ; description May 26 ; L 7159 ; 
Grand national films, inc., New York. 

4155 

Song of the Islands ; musical romance., 
Reel. © May 24, 1937 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription May 24 ; M 7428 ; Para- 
mount pictures, inc., New York. 

4156 

Songs of the Danube; no. 7608. (A 
treasure chest production) Reel. © 
May 7, 1937; 2 c. and description 
May 13 ; M 7408 ; Skibo productions, 
inc., New York. 4157 



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4158 



pt. i, n. s., v. 10' 



Speed to spare; screen play by Bert 
Granet and Lambert Hillyer, directed 
by Lambert Hillyer. 6 reels. © 
May 10, 1937; 2 c. May 10; descrip- 
tion May 17 ; L 7128 ; Columbia pic- 
tures corp. of Calif., ltd., Los Angeles. 

4158 

Spirit (The) of modernization; by Ed- 
mund Francis Hackett. © title, de- 
scription and 3 prints, reed. May 26, 
1937 ; M 7450 ; International business 
machines Corp., New York. 4159 

Step lively, Jeeves ; based on the char- 
acter Jeeves created by P. G. Wode- 
house, original story by Frances Hy- 
land, screen play by Frank Fenton 
and Lynn Root. 7 reels. © Apr. 9, 
1937; 2 c. and description May 6; L 
7110; Twentieth century-Fox film 
corp., New York. 4160 

Stevedores (The) ; story by Walter 
Lantz and Victor McLeod, artists, 
Manuel Moreno, George Nicholas and 
Ben Clopton. (Meany, Miny, Moe) 
Reel. © May 20, 1937 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription May 21 ; M 7429 1 ; Universal 
pictures co., inc., New York. 4161 

Stranger than fiction; no. 36, narrated 
by Alois Havrilla, produced by 
Charles E. Ford. Reel. © May 12, 
1937; 2 c. May 13; description May 
14; M 7415; Universal pictures co., 
inc., New York. 4162 

Strangers on a honeymoon ; from the 
novel The northing tramp by Edgar 
Wallace, adaptation by Julian Hous- 
ton, screen play by Sidney Gilliat and 
Bryan Wallace, directed by Albert De 
Courville. 7 reels. © Dec. 7, 1936; 
1 c. May 25, 1937 ; description May 26 ; 
L 7157; Gaumont British picture 
corp. of America, New York. 4163 

Swing for sale; no. 2065-66, story by 
Willi Weil and Cyrus Wood, directed 
by Joseph Henabery. 2 reels. © May 
3, 1937 ; 2 c. and description May 3 ; 
L 7102 ; Vitaphone corp., New York. 

4164 

Swing, Hutton, swing ; directed by Fred 
Waller, edited by Leslie M. Roush. 
Reel. © May 7, 1937; 2 c. and de- 
scription May 21 ; M 7421 ; Paramount 
pictures, inc., New York. 4165 

Swing stars; narrated by Ted Husing. 
(The Grantland Rice Sportlight) 
Reel. © May 14, 1937; 2 c. and de- 
scription May 19 1 ; M 7418 ; Paramount 
pictures, inc., New York. 4166 



That's what you think. 1 reel each. 
© Audivision, inc., New York. 

4167, 4168 
(Brooklyn union gas company ver- 
sion) © Apr. 6, 1937; 2 c. and 
description Apr. 17; M 7397. 
(Consolidated Edison gas company 
version) © Apr. 6, 1937; 2 c. and 
description Apr. 17 ; M 7398. 

Thirteenth (The) chair; from the play 
by Bayard Veiller, screen play by 
Marion Parsonnet, directed by George 
B. Seitz. 7 reels. © May 5, 1937; 
2 c. and description May 10 ; L 7117 ; 
Metro - Goldwyn - Mayer corp., New 
York. 4169 

Trailer thrills ; story by Walter Lantz 
and Victor McLeod. Reel. © Apr. 27, 
1937; 2 c. Apr. 27; description Apr. 
29; M 7375; Universal pictures co., 
inc., New York. 4170 

Turn off the moon ; based on a story 
by Mildred Harrington, screen play 
by Marguerite Roberts, Harlan Ware 
and Paul Gerard Smith, directed by 
Lewis Seiler. 8 reels. © May 14, 
1937; 2 c. and description May 19; 
L 7136 ; Paramount pictures, inc., New 
York. 4171 

Turtle (The) hunt. Reel. © Apr. 12, 
1937 ; 2 c. May 3 ; description May 1 ; 
M 7384; Royal revues, inc., Hollv- 
wood, Calif. 4172 

Twisker (The) pitcher; animated by 
Seymour Kneitel and Abner Mat- 
thews, directed by Dave Fleischer- 
Reel. © May 21, 1937 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription May 24 ; M 7427 ; Paramount 
pictures, inc., New York. 4173 

Two fisted sheriff; story by William 
Colt MacDonald, screen play by Paul 
Perez, directed by Leon Barsha. 6 
reels. © May 19, 1937 ; 2 c. May 19 ; 
description May 21 ; L 7141 ; Colum- 
bia pictures corp. of Calif., ltd., Los 
Angeles. 4174 

Two who dared ; from an original story- 
by Feodor Otzep, adaptation by Leo 
Lania, screen play by W. Chetcham 
Strode. 9 reels. © May 8, 1937 ; 2 c. 
May 25 ; description May 26 ; L 7156 ; 
Grand national films, inc., New York. 

4175 

Universal newsreel. 1 reel each. © 
Universal pictures co., inc., New 
York. 4176-418S 

No. 549, 550. © Mar. 30, Apr. 2 r 

1937 ; 2 c. each Apr. 29 ; description 

each May 5 ; M 7391, 7392. 



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no. 5, 1937 



4196 



No. 551, 552. © Apr. 6, 9, 1937 ; 2 c. 
each May 6 ; description each May 
13; M 7409, 741 0. 

No. 553. 554. © Apr. 16, 20, 1937; 
2 c. each May 10 ; description each 
May 19; M 7419, 7420. 

No. 555, 556. © Apr. 23, 37, 1937; 
2 c. and description each May 26 ; 
M 7438, 7439. 

Venus makes trouble ; story and screen 
play by Michael L. Simmons, di- 
rected by Gordon Wiles. 6 reels. © 
May 3. 1937 ; 2 c. May 3 ; description 
May 4; L 7104; Columbia pictures 
corp. of Calif., ltd., Los Angeles. 

4184 

Vitaphone (A) pictorial revue, no. 6; 
no. 2038. commentator Kelvin Keech, 
dialogue bv Ira Genet, edited by Bert 
Frank. Reel. © May 1, 1937; 2 c. 
and description May 25: M 7434: 
Vitaphone corp., New York. 4185 

Vitaphone (A) pictorial revue, no. 8; 
no. 2040, commentator Paul Douglas, 
dialogue bv Ira Genet, edited by 
Pert Frank. Reel. © May 12. 1937 ; 
2 c. and description May 12 ; M 7405 ; 
Vitaphone corp., New York. 4186 

Vitaphone (A) pictorial revue, no. 9; 
no. 2041, commentator Howard 
Cianey, dialogue by Ira Genet, edited 
by Bert Frank. Reel. © May 24, 
1937 : 2 c. and description May 25 ; 
M 7435 ; Vitaphone corp., New York. 

4187 

Wild West days ; based on the novel 
Saint Johnson by W. R. Burnett, 
original story and screen play by 
Wyndham Gittens, Norman S. Hall 
and Ray Trampe, directed by Ford 
Beebe and Cliff Smith. 2 reels each. 
© Universal pictures co., inc., New 
York. 4188, 4189 

Chap. 1, Death rides the range. © 
May 20, 1937; 2 c. May 21; de- 
scription May 22 ; L 7152. 



Chap 2. The redskin's revenge. © 
May 20, 1937; 2 c. May 21; de- 
scription May 22 ; L 7153. 

Wily (The) weasel; story by Victor 
McLeod and James Miele, artists, 
Manuel Moreno. Fred Kopietz and 
Lester Kline. Reel. © May 26, 
1937: 2 c. and description May 27; 
M 7454; Universal pictures co., inc., 
New York. 4190 

Wings over Honolulu ; from the story 
by Mildred Cram, screen play by Isa- 
bel Dawn and Boyce DeGaw, direct- 
ed by H. C. Potter. 8 reels. © May 
17, 1937; 2 c. May 18; description 
May 19; L 7140' : Universal pictures 
co., inc., New York. 4191 

Winner (A) at 16 to 1. Reel. © Apr. 
13, 1937 ; 2 c. and description Apr. 
17; M 7396; AudiVision, inc., New 
York. 4192 

Women chases man ; original story by 
Lynn Root and Frank Fenton, screen 
play by Joseph Anthony, Mannie Seff 
and David Hertz, directed by John 
Blystone. 8 reels. © May 4, 1937; 
2 c. and description May 4 ; L 7105 ; 
Samuel Goldwyn, New York. 4193 

Wrestling, it's a laugh ; narrated by 
Ted Husing, dialogue by Milton 
Hocky. (The Grantland Rice Sport- 
light ) Reel. © Apr. 23, 1937; 2 c. 
and description May 3 ; M 7378 ; 
Paramount pictures, inc., New York. 

4194 

You're in the army now ; original 
screen play by Lesser Samuels and 
Ralph Bettinson, directed by Raoul 
Walsh. 8 reels. © Jan. 20, 1937; 
1 c. and description May 19 ; L 7137 ; 
Gaumont British picture corp. of 
America, New York. 4195 

3 dumb clucks ; screen play by Clyde 
Bruckman, directed by Del Lord. 2 
reels. © Mar. 30. 1937 ; 2 c. Mar. 30; 
description May 27 ; L 7158 ; Colum- 
bia pictures corp. of Calif., ltd., Los 
Angeles. 4196 



Number of entries in Classes L and M included in the catalog since 
Jan. 1, 1937 : 

Motion-picture photoplays 356 

Motion pictures other than photoplays 423 

Total 779> 

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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



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COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



PUBLISHED BY AUTHOEITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGKESS OF MAKCH 3, 1891, 
OF JUNE 30, 1906, AND OF MARCH 4, 1909 



PART 1, GROUP 3 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 

MOTION PICTURES 



1937 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 10 
No. 6 



UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON : 1937 



mHE Catalog- of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 1, Group 3, 
J- issued monthly, contains titles of Dramatic compositions and Motion pictures. 

Group 3 contains, in two separate alphabets, the titles of the entries made in 
Class "D", Dramatic compositions, and Dramatico-musical compositions, arranged 
alphabetically by title; Class "L", Motion-picture photoplays; and Class "M", 
Motion pictures other than photoplays, arranged alphabetically by title. 

Under the act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 1909, the preliminary 
entry of titles has been abrogated and registration follows deposit of copies with 
an application for entry in the Copyright Office. 

To save space in the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbre- 
viated. The abbreviations used in this part are as follows: "D", Class D, Dramatic 
compositions; "L", Class L, Motion-picture photoplays; and "M", Class M, Motion 
pictures other than photoplays. "©" implies copyright registration of a published 
work followed by date of publication; "© 1 c." stands for copyright of an unpub- 
lished work, followed by date of receipt in the Copyright Office of the printed or 
manuscript copy; and "2 c." for two copies, followed by date of their receipt. 

A list of dramatic compositions of which the subsisting copyright has been 
renewed under sections 23 and 24 of the act of March 4, 1909, will be found in this 
issue immediately following the drama list. 

Imprints. — When the publishers of dramatic compositions are also the claimants 
of copyright, their names are omitted from the imprint. 

The annual index contains the names of all copyright proprietors, the names of 
authors and titles of dramatic compositions, and the titles of all motion pictures. 

The act of March 4, 1909, provides that the Catalog of Copyright Entries "shall 
be admitted in any court as prima-facie evidence of the facts stated therein as 
regards any copyright registration." 

The annual subscription price for the Catalog of Copyright Entries (received 
only for the calendar year) for Part 1, Group 3, is $2.00 for 1937, payable in 
advance to the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C, by postal money 
order, express order, or Mew York draft. 

Under the provisions of the act of Congress, approved May 23, 1928, the prices 
of the various parts of the Catalog are now as follows: 

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Lectures, and Maps 3. 00 

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Single numbers (except Book leaflets) .50 

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The Copyright Act of 1909 provides that, of the articles deposited 
for copyright registration, the Librarian of Congress shall determine 
what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent 
collections of the Library of Congress and what other books or 
articles shall be transferred to other governmental libraries in the 
District of Columbia for use therein. 

The Act further provides that any article undisposed of as above 
and still remaining on the shelves of the Copyright Office may be 
returned to the claimant of copyright under the provisions of section 
60 of the Act, 

Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright pro- 
prietor, or other lawful claimant, that, insofar as any copyright 
articles deposited from January 1, 1929, to December 31, 1935, inclu- 
sive, are still remaining in the files of the Copyright Office, and are 
not to be transferred to the Library of Congress or to any other gov- 
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may be returned to the claimant of copyright if requested by such 
claimant prior to December 31, 1937. 

This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, 
such as books, periodicals, dramatic compositions, musical composi- 
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photographs. Manuscripts or typewritten dramas and photographs 
filed for identifying works of art may not be returned. No maps are 
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CLASS D 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



Absent-minded (The) master of cere- 
monies ; a radio continuity, by F. 
Hillebrand. © 1 c. June 16, 1937; 
D 50373; Fred Hillebrand, Bayside, 
L. I., N. Y. 4197 

Adventures (The) of Dari-Dan ; a radio 
program, by Roy A. Sorensen. chap- 
ter no. 40. © 1 c. June 4, 1937; D 
50101; Bowey's inc., Chicago. 4198 

chapters nos. 41, 42. © 1 c. 



each June 5, 1937; D 50119, 50120; 
Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 4199,4200 

chapters nos. 43—18. © 1 c. 



each June 14, 1937; D 50294-50299; 
Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 4201-4206 

— chapters nos. 49-51. © 1 c. 



each June 19, 1937; D 503&4, 50385, 
50402; Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 

4207-4209 

Adventures (The) of Lord Weejie and 
Miss Duck ; installments 1-3, a radio 
serial, by M. Echard. © 1 c. June 1, 
1937 ; D 49999 ; Margaret Echard, Los 
Angeles. 4210 

Ah Dixieland; by G. E. .Tack. Text. 
© 1 c. June 3, 1937 ; D 50443 ; George 
Edwin Tack, Tampa, Fla. 4211 

Albert Mitchell, the) answer man ; by 
McCann-Erickson, inc. episodes nos. 
23-25. © 1 c. each May 28, 1937; 
D 50001-50003 ; McCann-Erickson, 
inc., New York. 4212-4214 



episodes nos. 26-31. © 1 c. 

each June 2, 1937; D 50069-50074; 
McCann-Erickson, inc., New York. 

4215-4220 



episodes nos. 32-34. © 1 c. 

each June 9, 1937; D 50204-50206; 
McCann-Erickson, inc., New York. 

4221-4223 



episodes nos. 35-37. © 1 c. 

each June 18, 1937; D 50389-50391; 
McCann-Erickson, inc., New York. 

4224-4226 



episodes nos. 38-40. © 1 c. 

each June 24, 1937; D 50469-50471; 
McCann-Erickson, inc., New York. 

4227-4229 



Alexander was great, 
plays. 



See Tournament 



Alice in wonderland ; pts. 1, 2, by I. 
Wicker. Text. © 1 c. each Mar. 10, 
1937 ; D 50169, 50170 ; Ireene Wicker, 
New York. 4230,4231 

All (The) American family man; a 
half-hour radio program, by J. V. 
Grombach, Leonard Holton, and M. 
Kearney. © 1 c. June 5, 1937; D 
50015 : Grombach productions, inc., 
New York. 4232 

All on a summer's day ; a comedy of the 
countryside, by Howard Agg. (In 
Eight one-act plays for women's in- 
stitutes & clubs. London, James B. 
Pinker & son [1937]) © Mar. 17, 
1937; 1 c. May 7; D 50012; Howard 
Agg. Wilmslow. Manchester, England. 

4233 

All points of the law. See Death Val- 
ley days. 

Amazing thunder : a play in 3 acts, by 
John Boruff, jr. © 1 c. June 26, 
1937 ; D 50516 ; John Perry Boruff, jr., 
Ossining, N. Y. 4234 

America first ; or, A rolling home, epi- 
sodes 1-11, bv J. H. Doyle. © 1 c. 
June 11, 1937; D 50239; James H. 
Doyle, Sunnyside, L. L, N. Y. 4235 

America on wheels; a play in 2 acts, 
by P. W. Tell. © 1 c. June 5, 1937 ; 
D 50124 ; Pincus W. Tell, New York. 

4236 

American folk dance ; a dance-drama in 
7 sequences, by A. Plenn and D. E. 
Troutman. © 1 c. June 18, 1937; D 
50467; Abel Plenn and Doris E. Trout- 
man, New York. 4237 



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4238 



pt. i, n. s., v. 10 



Ann Worth — housewife ; by Thomas 
Dougall. nos A-215— A-224. © 1 c. 
each June 3, 1937; D 50077-50086; 
Ann Worth housewife, inc., Detroit. 

4238-4247 

nos. A-225— A-229. © 1 c. 



each June 11, 1937; D 50261-50265; 
Ann Worth — housewife, inc., Detroit. 

4248-4252 

nos. A-230— A-234. © 1 c. 



each, June 16, 1937; D 50351-50355; 
Ann Worth — housewife, inc., Detroit. 

42S&-4257 

nos. A-235— A-239. © 1 c. 



each June 25, 1937; D 50505-50509; 
Ann Worth — housewife, inc., Detroit. 

4258-4262 

nos. A-240— A-244. © 1 c. 



each June 26, 1937; D 50524-50528; 
Ann Worth — housewife, inc.. Detroit. 

4263-4267 
Anniversary. See Palace scenes. 

Another sideline; a comedy-farce in 3 
acts, by S. G. L, Dannett. © 1 c. 
June 14, 1937 ; D 50290 ; Sylvia G. L. 
Dannett, New York. 4268 

Another turn ; a play in 3 acts, by Lil- 
lian Keilson. © 1 c. June 10, 1937 ; 
D 50229 ; Ruth Lillian Keilson, Brook- 
lyn. 4269 

Anything can happen in Hollywood. 
See First nighter. 

Anything could happen. See When 
lightning strikes. 

Around the camp fire ; by M. B. Locke. 
© 1 c. May 29, 1937 ; D 50019 ; Mabel 
B. Locke, Chicago. 4270 

Ashes to ashes. See Palace scenes. 

Auction (The) and The town meeting. 
See Honest working girl. 

Aunt Pat and the twins ; episodes nos. 
1-10, by M. L. Patteson. © 1 c. June 
26, 1937; D 50512; Madge L. Pat- 
teson, Memphis, Tenn. 4271 

Aussenseiter ( Der ) ; komodie in 3 
akten, von Leonhard Frank. Basel, 
[1937] 3 p. 1., 3-99 numb. 1. 4to. 
© May 31, 1937 ; 1 c. June 9 ; D 50395 ; 
Kurt Reiss verlag, Basel, Switzer- 
land. 4272 

Bad luck Dick ; a farce-comedy, by E. 
Pacully. © 1 c. June 2, 1937; D 
50048; Ernest Pacully, New York. 

4273 

Bad penny. See Now I'll tell one. 

Barn dance. See Honest working girl. 



Bed-chamber plot. See Palace scenes. 

Beggar (The) student; a comical opera 
in 3 acts, by F. Zell and Richard 
Genee. Music by Charles Millocker. 
Music and text rearranged by Eugene 
Otto. English translation and adap- 
tation by Emmy Sieberer-Albert. 
Text. © 1 c. June 4, 1937 ; D 50397 ; 
Ernst Vogel verlag, Basel, Switzer- 
land. 4274 

Belle's stratagem. See London town. 

Bender's store ; a play in 3 acts, by 
F. D. Welch. © 1 c. June 25, 1937; 
D 50529; Frances D. Welch, Man- 
hasset L. I., N. Y. 4275 

Benkei on the bridge. See Short plays 
from twelve countries. 

Benvenuto Cellini; four dramatic epi- 
sodes of the renaissance, by Giulio 
Caprin. Translated by E. Ross. © 
1 c. June 19, 1937 ; D 50392 ; Evelyn 
Ross, New York. 4276 

Birth of the legend ; a play in 3 acts, 
by A. A. Kline. © 1 c. June 7, 1937 ; 
D 50134 ; Anthony Anch Kline, Vent- 
nor, N. J. 4277 

Bistro on the border. See Ten interna- 
tional one-act plays. 

Black triology ; by Ward Courtney. 
Contents. — The moon is steel. — Car- 
nival for bolt. — North. © 1 c. June 
17, 1937 ; D 50379 ; Claude Ward 
Courtney, New Haven. 4278 

Blackmail. See Racketeer & co. 

Blessed illusion; a play in 1 act, by 
Geo. H. Grimaldi. London, H. F. W. 
Deane & sons, The Year book press 
ltd. ; Boston, Mass., The Baker inter- 
national play bureau [1937] 18 p. 
diagr. 12mo. (The Year book press 
series of plays) © May 20. 1937 ; 1 c. 
June 1 ; D 50233 ; George H. Grimal- 
di, Iver, Buckinghamshire, England. 

4279 

Blight for three harvests ; a play in 3 
acts, by A. Newell and M. Vance. 
© 1 c. June 14, 1937 ; D 50293 ; Au- 
drev Newell, New York. Marguerite 
Vance, Flushing, L. I., N. Y. 4280 

Blindman's buff; a play in 3 acts, by 
Howard Warren Comstock and B. 
Hughes. © 1 c June 1, 1937; D 
50156; Bert Hughes, Somerset, Mass. 

42S1 

Blood of the martyrs; a play in 1 act, 
by P. Wilde. Based on a short story 
by Stephen Vincent Benet. © 1 c. 
June 19, 1937: D 50411; Percival 
Wilde, Sharon, Conn. 4282 



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4300 



Bone (A) for Mother Hubbard; a 
Mother Goose play for children in 1 
act, by Gertrude Allen. Boston, 
Mass., Los Angeles, Cal. [1937] 
16 p. 12 mo. (Baker's plays) © 
May 10, 1937 ; 2 c. May 29 ; D 49984 ; 
Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 4283 

Book (A) of plays; by Violet Monroe 
Pierce. Detroit, 1937. 3 p. 1., 3- 
151 p. 12mo. Contents. — Triangles 
within triangles. — One day. — Com- 
panionate mix-up. — The woman's 
league of nations. — Who stole Lizzie's 
husband. — Paths to paradise. — My 
own — Voices of the silence. © Feb. 
15, 1937 ; 2 c. May 13 ; aff. May 28 ; 
A 106447; Bradford N. Smith, De- 
troit. 42S3* 

Box car quest ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Roy Squire. © 1 c. June 21, 1937 ; D 
50436; Roy P. Squire, Hot Springs, 
S. D. 4284 

Broken pitcher. See Short plays from 
twelve countries. 

Butterflies in the breeze ; a play in 3 
acts, by M. L. Cooke. © 1 c. June 
17, 1937; D 50377; Mary Lu Cooke. 
Waxahachie, Tex. 4285 

By bread alone; a drama in 1 act, by 
Nancy Tubiash. [Boston, Mass., Los 
Angeles, Cal., 1937] 15 p. 12mo. 
( [Baker's plays for amateurs] ) 
Caption title. © May 20, 1937 ; 2 c. 
May 29 ; D 49983 ; Walter H. Baker 
co., Boston. 4286 

Camomile ; a play in 3 acts, by E. Buck- 

■ ler. © 1 c. June 2, 1937; D 50047 

Edna Buckler, Flushing L. I., N. Y. 

4287 

Caramels. See Tournament plays. 

Career (The) girl; a sketch for two 
women, by Marion Short. Sioux City, 
la., 1931. 8 p. 12mo. © Sept. 15, 
1931; 2 c. June 1, 1937; D 50338; 
Wetmore declamation bureau, Sioux 
City, la. 4288 

Careers; a play in 3 acts, by L. Star- 
ling. © 1 c. June 11, 1937 ; D 50267 ; 
Lynn Starling, Hollywood, Calif. 

4289 

Carroll (The) county caravan; a pag- 
eant of this soil, by Dorothy Elder- 
dice. Westminster, Md., Hoffa Field, 
Western Maryland college [1937] 
50 p. illus., ports. 4to. © June 21, 
1937 ; 2 c. June 5 ; D 50154 ; Dorothy 
Elderdice, Westminster, Md. 4290 



Caspar Houser ; a libretto for a comic 
opera, by J. P. Bender. © 1 c. May 
29, 1937; D 49977; John Porter 
Bender, El Paso. 4291 

Cecil Rochesters ehe ; musikalisches 
lustspiel in 5 bildern, von M. Her- 
geth ; gesangstexte von Helmut 
Kindler, musik von Herbert Walter. 
Text. © 1 c. June 1, 1937 ; D 50038 ; 
Dreiklang-verlag a. g., Berlin. 4292 

Central park south ; a play in a pro- 
logue and 3 acts, by C. H. O'Donnell. 

© 1 c. June 9, 1937; D 50209; Charles 
H. O'Donnell, New York. 4293 

Chain of brass ; a comedy-drama in 
3 acts, by R. Morris. © 1 c. June 16, 
1937; D. 50365; Ruth Morris, New 
York. 4294 

Charles the king ; a chronicle play, by 
Maurice Colbourne, preface by Dr. R. 
McNair Wilson. London, Figure- 
head, 1937. 170 p. plates printed on 
both sides, port. 12 mo. © Feb. 24, 
1937 ; 1. c. Apr. 21 ; D 50063 ; Maurice 
Colbourne, London. 4295 

Child of the storm; a play in 3 acts 
and an epilogue, by E. Burnham. © 
1 c. June 2, 1937; D 50098; Edith 
Burnham, Boston. 4296 

Christabel. See Ten international one- 
act plays. 

Christmas (The) eves of John Smith, 
American ; a radio drama, by A. D. 
Cole, from a plot suggested by Julius 
F. Seebach. © 1 c. June 14, 1937; 
D 50329; Alonzo Deen Cole, Mount 
Vernon, N. Y. 4297 

Christmas in Bolzano, 1935. See Short 
plays from twelve countries. 

Clandestine marriage. See London 
town. 

Cleavage ; a 1-act play, by M. Naum- 
burg. © 1 c. June 8, 1937 ; D 50167 ; 
Margaret Naumburg, New York. 

4298 

Cloth (The) of Sendony ; an Easter 
play, by Elizabeth H. Emerson. 
Boston, Mass., Los Angeles, Cal. 
[1937] 46 p. 12 mo. (Baker's 
plays) © Apr. 28, 1937; 2 c. May 
29; D 49988; Walter H. Baker co., 
Boston. 4299 

Cceur (Le) ; piece en 5 actes [par] 
Henry Bernstein. Paris, 1937. 34, 
[2] p. illus. 4to. ([La Petite il- 
lustration, no. 816]) © Apr. 3, 
1937; 1 c. May 26; D 50222; Henry 
Bernstein, Paris. 4300 



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Come little children ; a satire-farce in 
3 acts, by Ray V. Harvey. © 1 c. 
June 2, 1937; D 50055; Victor P. 
Rehg, Brooklyn. 4301 

Common ground ; a play in 3 acts, by 
K. V. Nelson. © 1 c. June 3, 1937 ; 
D 50099 ; Katherine Vincent Nelson, 
Altadena, Calif. 4302 

Complex; a comedy drama in 4 acts, 
by H. F. Levy. © 1 c. June 1, 1937 ; 
D 50369 ; Helen Frank Levy, London, 
Ontario, Canada. 4303 

Constantinople. See Polly pretends. 

Contrast. See Tournament plays. 

Coq d'or. See Golden cockerel. 

Coronation waltz; an operetta in pro- 
logue and 3 acts, book and lyrics, by 
E. A. Lutz. Text. © 1 c. May 28, 
1937; D 50022; Estelle A. Lutz, 
Chicago. 4304 

Counter-charm. See Ten international 
one-act plays. 

Country (A) girl from Arkansas; a 
play in 3 acts, by D. H. Beelman. 
© 1 c. June 12, 1937; D 50274; D. 
Houston Beelman, Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 

4305 

County surveyor. See Death Valley 
days. 

Couple (The) next door; continuities 
nos. 21-47, by Thompson Buchanon. 
© 1 c. each June 9, 1937; D 50185: 
Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 

4306 

Court circle. See Palace scenes. 
Covering end. See Our lost world. 
Crapy Cornelia. See Our lost world. 
Crime cure. See Tournament plays. 

Crossroads ; by John McMahill, jr. © 
1 c. May 5, 1937; D 50027; John 
McMahill, jr., New Buffalo, Mich. 

4307 

Crowded house ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Clelia Benjamin [i. e. C. B. Dela- 
field] © 1 c. June 29, 1937; D 
50538; Clelia Benjamin Delafield, 
New York. 4308 

Cupid with spectacles ; a comedy in 1 
act, by W. Spence; suggested by 
Edgar Allan Poe's short story : The 
spectacles. © 1 c. June 11, 1937; D 
50268; Wall Spence, New York. 

4309 

Cyrano de Bergerac. ,See Romeo and 
Juliet and Cyrano de Bergerac. 



Daddy dear ; or, Don't call me 
grandpa ; a comedy in 3 acts, by J. M. 
Nash. © 1 c. May 28, 1937; D 
49967; John Marshall Nash, Pasa- 
dena. 4310 

Daisy won't tell. See Ghost owl. 

Dark madonna ; a drama in 4 acts, by 
E. Heath. © 1 c. June 2, 1937; D 
50045 ; Eric Heath, Hollywood, Calif. 

4311 

Davie Adams ; continuities nos. 151- 
164, by Courtenay Savage. © 1 c. 
each June 9, 1937 ; D 50180 ; Procter 
& Gamble co., Cincinnati. 4312 

Day (A) of the homemaker ; by W. F. 
Folmer. © 1 c. June 22, 1937; D 
50432; Walter F. Folmer, Rochester, 
N. Y. 4313 

Day (A) with an ex-President. See 
Ex-President. 

Dead man walks. See First nighter. 

Dead man's letters ; a semi-mystery 
comedy in 3 acts, by A. W. Clark. 
© 1 c. June 24, 1937; D 50454; Al- 
bert William Clark, Jefferson City, 
Mo. 4314 

Deadlocked ; a play in 2 acts with pro- 
logue and epilogue, by M. D. Rush. 
© 1 c. June 3, 1397; D 50040; 
Margaret Dana Rush, New York. 

4315 

Dealing with David; a comedy for 
women in 1 act, by Kathryn Wayne. 
Sioux City, la., 1931. 11 p. 12 mo. 
© Sept. 15, 1931 ; 2 c. June 1, 1937 ; 
D . 50340 ; Wetmore declamation bu- 
reau, Sioux City, la. 4316 

Dear comrade; a play in 3 acts, by 
M. Hanlon and H. Green. © 1 c. 
May 25, 1937; D. 50211; Margaret 
Hanlon and Henry Green, New York. 

4317 

Dear Mom ; episode no. 3, a radio 
serial, by B. Flynn. © 1 c. June 21, 
1937 ; D 50410 ; Bess Flynn, Chicago. 

4318 

Death of the sleeping beauty. See 
Your witness. 

Death Valley days ; a series of radio 
sketches, by McCann-Erickson, inc. 
May 21, 1937. Pioche's first piano. 
© 1 c. May 28, 1937 ; D 50000 ; Pacific 
coast borax co., New York. 4319 

May 28, 1937. 23 Skidoo. 

© 1 c. June 2, 1937 ; D 50075 ; Pacific 
coast borax co., New York. 4320 



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no. 6, 1937 



June 4, 1937. Mary of Scot- 
land. © 1 c. June 2, 1937 ; D 50067 ; 
Pacific coast borax co., New York. 

4321 

June 11, 1937. County sur- 



veyor. © 1 c. June 12, 1937; D 
50271 ; Pacific coast borax co., New 
York. 4322 

June 18, 1937. River Jim. 



© 1 c. June 18, 1937; D 50388; 
Pacific coast borax co., New York. 

4323 



June 25, 1937. All points of 

the law. © 1 c. June 26, 1937; D 
50496; Pacific coast borax co., New 
York. 4324 

Desert (The) circus; a modern comedy 
in 3 acts, by Lee Arms. © 1 c. June 
26, 1937; D 50513; Louis Lee Arms, 
Pasadena. 4325 

Dette (Les) See Y coupe du papier 
toute la journee. 

Developing Mrs. O'S's emotional side. 
See Honest working girl. 

Devil (The) take her; a comedy in 3 
acts, by W. P. Hamilton. © 1 c. 
June 28, 1937; D 50535; William 
Porter Hamilton, Los Angeles. 4326 

Diamond cuts diamond. See Short 
plays from twelve countries. 

Dictator (The) visits his mother; a 
drama in 1 act, by W. H. Pettitt. © 
1 c. June 21, 1937 ; D 50434 ; Wilfrid 
Henry Pettitt, Pasadena. 4327 

Dirigible ; episode 1, a radio continuity, 
by Mildred and Marie Maier. © 1 c. 
June 9, 1937 ; D 50325 ; Mildred and 
Marie Maier, Chicago. 4328 

Discord ; a play, by W. M. Lee. © 1 c. 
June 4, 1937; D 50109; Warren M. 
Lee, Iowa City, la. 4329 

Dithridge, incorporated ; a play in 3 
acts, by I. Somerville and N. O'Shea. 
© 1 c. June 21, 1937 ; D 50435 ; Ivan 
Somerville and Nora O'Shea, New 
York. 4330 

Divine bug. See Saint Louie. 

Do you knit, Mrs. Hone?; a 1 act play, 
by Gladys Funk [i. e. G. F. Foster] 
© 1 c. June 16, 1937; D. 50387; 
Gladys Funk Foster, Morristown, 
N. J. 4331 

Dr. Allan Dafoe; by Frazier Hunt. 
May 24, 26, 28, 1937. © 1 c. each 



June 4, 1937 ; D 50102-50104 ; Lehn & 
Fink products Corp., New York 

4332^334 

June 2, 4, 1937. © 1 c. each 

June 9, 1937 ; D 50175, 50176 ; Lehn & 
Fink products Corp., New York. 

4335, 4336 

June 7, 9, 11, 1937. © 1 c. each 

June 16, 1937; D 50347-50349; Lehn 
& Fink products corp., New York. 

4337-4339 

June 14, 16, and 18, 1937. © 1 c. 

each June 22, 1937 ; D 50472-50474 ; 
Lehn & Fink products corp., New 
York. 4340-4342 

Doctor (The) laughs; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Elliott Clawson. © 1 c. June 
19, 1937 ; D 50420 ; Elliott J. Clawson, 
Los Angeles. 4343 

Doctors (The) ; a play in 3 acts, by. 
Theodore R. Foster [pseud, of Claire 
and Paul Sifton] © 1 c. June 8, 
1937 ; D 50166 ; Claire G. Sifton, New 
York. 4344 

Don Quixote's helmet; a farce with 
music in 2 acts, by R. R. Crutcher. 
Text. © 1 c. June 23, 1937 ; D 50478 ; 
Robert Riley Crutcher, Hollywood, 
Calif. 4345 

Don't call me grandpa. See Daddy 
dear. 

Door-to-door worker. See There ought 
to be a law. 

Double exposure; a farce-comedy in 3 
acts, by D. Martin. An adaptation 
from the French play, La Fessee, by 
Jean de Letraz. © 1 c. June 17, 
1937; D 50363; Dolphe Martin, New 
York. 4346 

Dreamers (A) salute; or, End of a 
fairy tale, a short play in 1 scene, 
by Bud Vons [pseud, of H. B. von 
Carlshausen] © 1 c. May 28, 1937 ; 
D 50277 ; Hermann Buderus von 
Carlshausen, San Quentin, Calif. 

4347 

Drums ; episodes 66-103, by Vera M. 
Oldham. © 1 c. June 25, 1937; D 
50530 : Raymond R. Morgan co., Los 
Angeles. 4348 

Duchess (The) divorces; a comedy in 
3 acts, by M. H. Stafford. © 1 c. 
May 24, 1937; D 50327; Meka H. 
Stafford, New York. 4349 

Dull evening. See Tournament plays. 

Dullard (The) See This practical 
world. 



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4350 



pt. i, n. s., v. 10 



Dunimkopf (Der) See This practical 
world. 

Easily staged plays for boys; nine new 
non-royalty plays, compiled by S. 
Sylvan Simon. New York, London 
[etc.] 1936. viii, 149 p. 12 mo. Con- 
tents. — The knothole, by S. Sylvan 
Simon. — The scary ape, by Albert 
Mannheimer. — Away from the road, 
by Hugh MacMullan. — Alas, poor 
Yorick, by Ray E. Hurd. — The inter- 
rupted flight, by Marion Holbrook. — 
The devil waits, by Hugh MacMul- 
lan. — The Zebra Dun, by Iris Vin- 
ton. — Two true, by S. Sylvan 
Simon. — Chief Standum Bull, by E. 
P. Conkle. © Mar. 27, 1936; 2 c. 
June 10, 1937; D. 50234; Samuel 
French, New York. 4350 

Easy (The) minstrel book; eight com- 
plete minstrel first-parts from the 
ends of the world, by Robert (Bob) 
Ellinger [pseud, of Arthur L. Kaser] 
New York [1937] 120 p. diagr. 
12mo. Content s. — Old plantation 
minstrels. — The hayloft minstrels— 
The international minstrels. — Family 
night minstrels. — The river boat min- 
strels. — The smoke screen min- 
strels. — The maiden blush min- 
strels. — Boy scout minstrels. © May 
14, 1937 ; 2 c. June 1 ; D 49996 ; Fitz- 
gerald pub. Corp., New York. 4351 

Easy novelty numbers ; by various au- 
thors, compiled and edited by Molly 
Shannon. New York [1937] 128 p. 
12mo. Contents. — And the villain 
still pursued her. — The answer is 
yes. — At your service. — Ballyhoo. — 
Bunny Bargain Bloom is on the air. — 
The elopement. — Ill-treated Trov- 
atore. — The love of beauty. — The 
merchant of Venice. — Old maid's 
drill. — Paul Revere's ride. — Pierrot 
and Pierrette. — Seeing stars. — Statu- 
esque de silly. — Stop-look-listen. — 
There's a sandburr in Gran'pa's 
stocking. — Tickets, please. — The ven- 
triloquist and the dummy. — Your 
order please. © May 7, 1937; 2 c. 
June 1; D 49997; Fitzgerald pub. 
corp, New York. 4352 

Easy shorts ; short and snappy skits 
that may be presented almost any- 
where, stage, platform or parlor, by 
Reynolds Ryan [pseud, of Arthur 
LeRoy Kaser] New York [1937] 
114 p. 12mo. © May 11, 1937 ; 2 c. 
June 1; D 49995; Fitzgerald pub. 
corp., New York. 4353 



Echoes of New York town ; by McCann- 
Erickson, inc. episode no. 37. © 1 c. 
May 28, 1937; D 50004; McCann- 
Erickson, inc., New York. 4354 

episode 38. © 1 c. June 2, 

1937; D 50068; McCann-Erickson, 
inc., New York. 4355 

episode no. 39. © 1 c. June 

9, 1937; D 50207; McCann-Erickson, 
inc., New York. 4356 

Eight (The) hour day; a comedy, by 
H. A. Langjahr. © 1 c. June 7, 1937 ; 
D 50128 ; Harry Ay res Langjahr, Los 
Angeles. 4357 

Elaine; a play in 2 acts; by Margery 
Williams [i. e. M. W. Dare] Text. 
© 1 c. June 12, 1937 ; D 50316 ; Mar- 
gery Williams Dare, Chicago. 4358 

End of a fairy tale. See Dreamers (A) 
salute. 

Everybody buys accessories ; by Jam 
Handy picture service, inc. © 1 c. 
June 9, 1937 ; D 50193 ; General mo- 
tors corp., Export division, New York. 

4359 

Excursion; a play in 3 acts, by Victor 
Wolfson. New York, Random house 
[1937] 6 p. 1., 3-186 p. 8vo. © May 
28, 1937 ; 2 c. June 7 ; D 50114 ; Victor 
Wolfson, New York. 4360 

Experiences (The) of a million men; 
by W. L. Biber. episode no. 3. Fa- 
tima. © 1 c. June 8, 1937 ; D 50444 ; 
William L, Biber, Hollywood, Calif. 

4361 

episode no. 4. Lily fingers. 

© 1 c. June 8, 1937; D 50445; Will- 
iam L. Biber, Hollywood, Calif. 4362 

episode no. 5. Old Jake. 

© 1 c. June 8, 1937 ; D 50446 ; Wil- 
liam L. Biber, Hollywood, Calif. 

4363 



episode no. 6. Old base hos- 
pital 27. © 1 c. June 8, 1937; D 
50447 ; William L. Biber, Hollywood, 
Calif. 4364 

episode no. 7. Thirty day 

soldier. © 1 c. June 8, 1937; D 
5044S ; William L. Biber, Hollywood, 
Calif. 4365 

episode no. 8. Ten hours of 

war. © 1 c. June 8, 1937 ; D 50449 ; 
William L. Biber, Hollywood, Calif. 

4366 

episode no. 9. Six inches of 

steel. © 1 c. June 8, 1937 ; D 50450 ; 
William L. Biber, Hollywood, Calif. 

4367 



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4385 



episode no. 10. Marine 

hero's memories. © 1 c. June 18, 
1937; D 50404; William L. Biber, 
Hollywood, Calif. 4368 

Ex-President; a play in 3 acts, by E. 
Lavery, based on a theme suggested 
by Jerry Wald's newspaper inter- 
view, A day with an Ex-President. 
© 1 c. June 14, 1937 ; D 50318 ; Em- 
met Lavery, Los Angeles. 4369 

Extra profits come in cans ; by Jam 
Handy picture service, inc. © 1 c. 
June 9, 1937 ; D 50188 ; Armour & co., 
Chicago. 4370 

Eyes (The) of faith; an Easter drama 
for ten women, by Mina Maxfield and 
Lena Eggleston. Boston. Mass., Los 
Angeles, Cal. [1937] 28 p. 12mo. 
(Baker's plays) © Apr. 28, 1937; 
2 c. May 29; D 49990; Walter H. 
Baker co., Boston. 4371 

Fahne (Die) ; ein schauspiel in 5 akten 
[von] Otto Emmerich Groh. Berlin, 
Wien [etc.] 1936. 127, [2] p. 12mo. 
© Dec. 24, 1936 ; 1 c. June 18, 1937 ; 
D 50461 ; Paul Zsolnay verlag, a.g., 
Vienna. 4372 

Fahne (Die) weht! schauspiel in 3 ak- 
ten, von Karl Schonherr. © 1 c. 
June 19, 1937 ; D 50896 ; Karl Schon- 
herr, Vienna. 4373 

Family portrait. See Palace scenes. 

Fashion's popular debutante; by Jam 
Handy picture service, inc. © 1 c. 
June 9, 1937; D 50200; Procter & 
Gamble co., Cincinnati. 4374 

Fatima. See Experiences of a million 
men. 

Fessee (La) See Double exposure. 

Fight for progress. See Romance of 
oil. 

Fiore sotto gli occhi. See Old school 
tie. 

First-born. See Palace scenes. 

First nighter ; a radio broadcast. May 
14, 1937. Woman of Wall street, by 
Anthony Wayne. © 1 c. May 28, 
1937; D 49963; Campana sales co., 
Batavia, 111. 4375 

May 21, 1937. Dead man 

walks, by Calvin Grinnell. © 1 c. 
June 1, 1937; D 50023; Campana 
sales co., Batavia, 111. 4376 



May 28, 1937. Stop Miss 

Adams, by Richard Shelley. © 1 c. 



June 5, 1937; D 50118; Campana 
sales co., Batavia, 111. 4377 



June 



1937. Streamline 



death, by Carolyn Clarke. © 1 c. 
June 11, 1937; D 50238; Campana 
sales co., Batavia, 111. 4378 

June 11, 1937. Anything can 

happen in Hollywood, by Lawrence 
Williams. © 1 c. June 17, 1937; D 
50372; Campana sales co., Batavia, 
111. 4379 

First (The) offender; story by J. E. 
Slavin, dramatization by Simon M. 
Hugo. Script no. 35. © 1 c. June 
3, 1937 ; D 50370 ; J. Edward Slavin, 
New Haven. 4380 

script no. 36. © 1 c. June 10, 



1937; D 50227; J. Edward Slavin, 
New Haven. 4381 

script no. 37. © 1 c. June 17, 



1937; D 50375; J. Edward Slavin, 
New Haven. 4382 

First paying customer. See Honest 
working girl. 

Five and ten; minute sketches and 
blackouts for small stages, by Tom 
Taggart. New York, N. Y., Los 
Angeles [etc., etc., 1937] 106 p. 12 mo. 
© June 4, 1937; 2 c. June 10; D. 
50215 ; Samuel French, New York. 

4383 

Five French farces, 1655-1694?; a criti- 
cal edition by H. Carrington Lan- 
caster, assisted by the members of 
his seminary, 1935-1937. Baltimore, 
Md., The Johns Hopkins press ; Lon- 
don, Humphrey Milford [etc., etc.] 
1937. 141 p. 8vo. Contents.— L'a- 
mant ridicule, par Boisrobert. — 
L'apoticaire devalise, par Villiers. — 
Le gentilhomme guespin, par Don- 
neau de Vise. — Merlin Gascon, par 
Jacques Raisin. — Le docteur amou- 
reux. (The Johns Hopkins studies 
in romance literatures and languages, 
v. XXIX) © May 22, 1937; 2 c. 
and aff. June 2; A 106436; Johns 
Hopkins press, Baltimore. 4383* 

Flavorseal ... a revelation in milk 
quality and sanitation ; by Jam 
Handy picture service, inc. © 1 c. 
June 9, 1937 ; D 50191 ; Arden farms, 
inc., Los Angeles. 4384 

Forward, but not too fast. See Palace 
scenes. 

Four little lambs ; by H. Ladd. © 1 c. 
June 12, 1937 ; D 50249 ; Harry Ladd, 
Chicago. 4385 



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Freedom of the press ; a play in 3 acts, 
by Sully Lewis [pseud, of C. S. 
Lewis] © 1 c. May 28, 1937; D 
50172; Charles Saul Lewis, Brook- 
lyn. 4386 

Friendly harvest; a dramatization by 
David Carb of a short story of the 
same name by Dorothy Bastien. © 
1 c. June 16, 1937 ; D 50346 ; Dorothy 
Bastien, Seattle. 4387 

Futzbutz, the • stooge ; musical Comedy 
drama, book, lyrics and music by 
S. A. Masselle. © 1 c. June 1, 1937; 
D 39299; Samuel Alfred Masselle, 
Newburgh, N. Y. 4388 

Gadfly (The) ; a drama, in a prologue 
and 3 acts, by E. L. Voynich. © 1 c, 
Apr. 22, 1937 ; D 50306 ; Ethel Lilian 
Voynich, New York. 4389 

Gang busters ; a radio broadcast pro- 
gram, by Benton & Bowles, inc. May 
26, 1937. © 1 c. June 4, 1937; D 
50121; Benton & Bowles, inc., New 
York. 4390 

June 2, 1937. © 1 c. June 7, 



1937; D 50150; Benton & Bowles, 
inc., New York. 4391 

June 9, 1937. © 1 c. June 15. 



1937; D 50314; Benton & Bowles, 
inc., New York. 4392 

June 16, 1937. © 1 c. June 21. 



1937; D 50403; Benton & Bowles, 
inc., New York. 4393 

June 23, 1937. © 1 C. June 28 f 



1937; D 50498; Benton & Bowles, 
inc., New York. 4394 

Gay nineties. See Polly pretends. 

Geistliches volksschauspiel im lande 
Salzburg; [von] Karl Adrian und 
Leopold Schmidt. Salzburg [etc.] 
1936. 344 p. front., plates. 8vo. 
Contains music. © Oct. 26, 1936; 
1 c. June 18, 1937; D 50462; Verlag 
Anton Pustet, Salzburg, Austria. 

4395 

Genius will out. See Scenes from child- 
hood. 

George and Margaret ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Gerald Savory [i. e. D. G. H. 
Savory] [London] Hamish Hamil- 
ton [1937] 4 p. 1., 168 p. 12mo. © 
Apr. 1, 1937 ; 1 c. June 11 ; D 50237 ; 
Douglas Gerald Henry Savory, Lon- 
don. 4396 

Get it at Denby's ; a comedy for women 
in 1 act, by Bernard Merivale. Lon- 
don, H. F. W. Deane & sons, The 
Year book press ltd. ; Boston, Mass., 



The Baker international play bureau 
[1937] 30 p. diagr. 12mo. (The 
Year book press series of plays) © 
May 13, 1937 ; 1 c. June 1 ; D 50232 ; 
Bernard Merivale, London. 4397 

Ghost owl ; or, Daisy won't tell, by S. W. 
Jones. © 1 c. June 4, 1937; D 50304 ; 
Starr West Jones, Patterson, N. Y. 

4398 

Gift (The) horse; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by W. M. Lee. © 1 c. June 4, 1937 ; 
D 50107 ; Warren M. Lee, Iowa City, 
la. 4399 

Glass splinter ; a play in 3 acts, by 

M. H. Caldwell. © 1 c. June 14, 

1937; D 50305; Mary Hay Caldwell, 

San Francisco. 4400 

Gold in the cradle : a play in 3 acts, by 
C. Edell and V. Sharoff. © 1 c. June 
17, 1937 : D 50380 ; Celeste Edell and 
Victor Sharoff, New York. 4401 

Golden (The) cockerel (Le coq d'or) ; 
by Rimsky-Korsakov. Operetta in 3 
acts, adapted for juvenile voices, by 
Lois Von Haupt. Philadelphia, Pa. 
[1937] cover-title, 3 p. 1., 5-29 p. 
4to. © Jan. 21, 1937; 2 c. May 12; 
D 39302 ; Elkan-Vogel co., inc., Phila- 
delphia. 4402 

Goldene (Die) muhle ; singspiel in 3 
akten (teilweise nach Carl Costa) 
von Wilhelm Sterk, musik von Leon 
Jessel. Solothurn, 1937. 97 p. 12mo. 
Regie- und soufflierbuch. Text. © 
Mar. 2, 1937; 1 c. June 7; D 50219; 
Delsen musik- und biihnenverlag, 
Solothurn, Switzerland. 4403 

Goldenrod's first European tour ; pro- 
gram no. 1, by Virginia Lee. © 1 c. 
June 17, 1937; D 50381; Goldenrod 
ice cream co., Chicago. 4404 

Good night, auntie! an incident for 
three women characters, by Ida F. 
Parfitt. London [1937] 20 p. 12mo. 
(Acting edition no. 205) © June 9, 
1937; 1 c. June 9; D 50217; Joseph 
Williams, ltd., London. 4405 

Governess to the king; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Guy Andros [pseud, of E. 
Von Maultasche-Malsch] Revised 
version. © 1 c. June 12, 1937 ; D 
50300; Edmund von Maultasche- 
Malsch, New York. 4406 

Government (The) regrets; a political 
interlude in 1 act, by Sydney Box. 
London, Samuel French [1937] 22 p. 
diagr. 12mo. © May 10, 1037 ; 1 c. 
June 1; D 50061; Sydney Box, Lon- 
don. 4407 



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no. 6, 1937 



Graduation exercises. See Honest 
working girl. 

Grand larceny ; sketch by L. W. Snead. 
© 1 c. June 11, 1937 ; D 50266; Louise 
Willis Snead, Los Angeles. 4408 

Graven image; a play in 3 acts, by O. 
Dymow, adapted by Charles Spencer. 
© 1 c. June 2, 1937 ; D 50138 ; Ossip 
Dymow and Charles Nicholas Spen- 
cer, London. 4409 

Great (The) decision ; a play in 3 acts, 
by C. F. Battle. © 1 c. June 10', 
1937 ; D 50228 ; Caroline Forbes Bat- 
tle, New York. 4410 

Great (The) magician; a modern con- 
ception of a commedia dell'arte in 3 
acts, by L. Carra, Text. © 1 c. 
June 8, 1937; D 50165; Lawrence 
Carra, New Haven. 4411 

Greatest (The) find since Garbo ; a 
farce in 5 scenes, by R. Birchard. © 
1 c. June 26, 1937; D 50494; Ralph 
Birchard, South Pasadena. 4412 

Green acres; a 1-act play, by Mary 
Agnes Cannon. [New York, 1937] 

1 p. L, 22 p. 8vo. © June 24, 1937 ; 

2 c. June 25 ; D 50536 ; Mary Agnes 
Cannon, New York. 4413 

Green (The) Hornet; by Francis 
Striker, nos. A-133-A-136. © 1 c. 
each June 3, 1937; D 50087-50090; 
Green Hornet, inc., Detroit. 

4414-4417 

nos. A-137, A-138. © 1 c. 

each June 11, 1937 ; D 50256, 50257 ; 
Green Hornet, inc., Detroit. 

4418, 4419 

nos. A-139, A-140. © 1 c. 

each June 16, 1937 ; D 50356, 50357 ; 
Green Hornet, inc., Detroit. 

4420, 4421 

nos. A-141, A-142. © 1 c. 

each June 25, 1937; D 50503, 50504; 
Green Hornet, inc., Detroit. 

4422, 4423 

Guiding (The) light; episodes nos. 71- 
90, by Irna Phillips. © 1 c. each 
June 9, 1937; D 50179; Procter & 
Gamble co., Cincinnati. 4424 

Guinea (The) pig; a comedy in 6 
scenes, by B. Rickenback. © 1 c. 
June 23, 1937; D 50457; Bernard 
Rickenback, Larchmont, N. Y. 4425 

Gypsies. See Polly pretends. 

Hail Nero; a reinterpretation of his- 
tory in 3 acts, by Mary Stocks. New 
York, N. Y. [etc., etc. 1934] ix, 82 p. 



12mo. . © Nov. 7, 1934 ; 2 c. May 29, 
1937; D 50216: Longmans, Green 
and co., New York. 4426 

Hands of Hardouin. See Short plays 
from twelve countries. 

Harvest (The) of vengeance; a melo- 
drama in 3 acts, by J. E. Burke and 
T. J. Burke. © 1 c. June 11, 1937; 
D 50273; James Edward Burke and 
Thyra Jule Burke, Hollywood, Calif. 

4427 

Having wonderful time ; by Arthur 
Kober, foreword by Marc Connelly. 
New York, Random house [1937] 
xiii p., 1 1., 17-203 p. 8vo. © May 
28, 1937 ; 2 c. June 7 ; D 50113 ; Ar- 
thur Kober, New York. 4428 

Hawaii. See Polly pretends. 

Headlines from paradise. See Tourna- 
ment plays. 

Heat waves and sales waves; by Jam 
Handy picture service, inc. © 1 c. 
June 9, 1937; D 50189; Aluminum 
cooking utensil co., New Kensington, 
Pa. 4429 

Hedda's house ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
W. W. Whalen. © 1 c. June 9, 1937 ; 
D 50214 ; Will W. Whalen, Orrtanna, 
Pa. 4430 

Helen of Troy ; a play in 4 acts in 
Shakespearian blank verse, by J. W. 
Miller. © 1 c. May 29, 1937; D 
50010; Joseph William Miller, Ro- 
chester, N. Y. 4431 

Hello Peggy; by George F. Sparling, 
programs nos. 122-125. 1 c. June 8, 
1937 ; D 50164 ; Drackett co., Cincin- 
nati. 4432 

programs nos. 126-129. © 

1 c. each June 19, 1937; D 50412; 
Dracket co., Cincinnati. 4433 

Heritage of the meek ; play in 4 acts, by 
Mitchell Lewis [pseud, of O. Wilson] 
© 1 c. June 11, 1937; D 50245; 
Oliver Wilson, Lake Placid, N. Y. 

4434 

Hi' angel ; or, Red-headed angel, a play 
in 3 acts, by M. Hurter. © 1 c. 
June 11, 1937; D 50244; Marguerite 
Hurter, New York. 4435 

High life below stairs. See Short plays 
from twelve countries. 

His latest affair ; a farce-comedy in 3 
acts, by A. W. Clark. © 1 c. June 
23, 1937; D 50455; Albert William 
Clark, Jefferson Citv, Mo. 4436 



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Hobby lobby; episodes nos. 1-6; by 
Dave Elman. © 1 c. each June 26, 
1937; D 50518-50523; Douglas F. 
Storer, New York. 4437-4442 

Home (The) the star shone on; a 
Christinas drama in 1 act, by Esther 

C. Averill. Boston, Mass., Los An- 
geles, Cal. [1937] 27 p. 12mo. 
(Baker's plays) © May 20, 1937; 
2 c. May 29; D 49987; Walter H 
Baker co., Boston. 4443 

Homeless (The) ; a play in 1 act, by 
David Timmons, jr. © 1 c. May 13, 
1937; D 50328; David Jamison Tim- 
mons, jr., South Orange, N. J. 4444 

Homing youth; a play in 1 act, by P. 
Lipschutz. © 1 c. May 29, 1937; D 
49965 ; Paul Lipschutz, New York. 

4445 

Honest working girl; no. 20, Journey 
to health farm and the arrival, a 
radio script, by Thomas H. McKnight 
and Bob Hope. © 1 c. June 5, 1937 ; 

D. 50122; McKnight & Jordan, inc., 
New York. 4446 

no. 21. Developing Mrs. O'S's 

emotional side, and The first paying 
customer, a radio script, by Thomas 
H. McKnight and Robert Ross. © 
1 c. June 5, 1937 ; D 50123 ; McKnight 
& Jordan, inc., New York. 4447 

episode no. 22. The auction and 

The town meeting, a radio script, 
by Thomas H. McKnight and Bob 
Ross. © 1 c. June 10, 1937; D 
50226 ; McKnight & Jordan, inc. New 
York. 4448 

no. 23. Wiring for the fingerbowls 

and Miss Lillie's tearoom opens, a 
radio script, by Thomas H. McKnight 
and Robert Ross. © 1 c. June 15, 
1937 ; D 50313 ; McKnight & Jordan, 
inc., New York. 4449 

no. 24. The graduation exercises, 

The barn dance and The Hypnosis 
act, a radio script by Thomas H. Mc- 
Knight and Robert Ross. © 1 c. 
June 23, 1937 ; D 50476 ; McKnight & 
Jordan, inc., New York. 4450 

Hot water ; a comedy in 2 acts, by 
Richard Hill Wilkinson. Boston, 
Mass., Los Angeles, Cal. [1937] 54 p. 
diagr. 12mo. (Baker's plays) © 
May 4, 1937 ; 2 c. May 28 ; D 49981 ; 
Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 4451 

Houseboat Hannah ; continuities nos. 
161 E. T.-185 E. T., by Irving Vendig. 
© 1 c. each June 9, 1937 ; D 50178 ; 
Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 

4452 



How to undress in front of your hus- 
band ; a satirical monologue with 
pantomimed stage business, by S. C. 
Cohen. © 1 c. June 14, 1937 ; D 50276 ; 
Sherrill C. Cohen, Los Angeles. 

4453 

Howdy stranger; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Robert Sloane and Louis Pelletier, 
jr. New York, N. Y., Los Angeles, 
Calif., Samuel French ; London, Sam- 
uel French, ltd., 1937. 112 p. plate, 
diagrs. 12mo. ([French's standard 
library edition]) © May 28, 1937; 
2 c June 2 ; D 50064 ; Robert Sloane 
and Louis Pelletier, jr., New York. 

4454 

Hunger; a play in 1 act, by Muriel 
Smith. {In Eight one-act plays for 
women's institutes & clubs. London, 
James B. Pinker & son [1937]) © 
Mar. 17, 1937 ; 1 c. May 7 ; D 50014 ; 
Muriel Smith, Ripon, England. 4455 

Hypnosis act. See Honest working 
girl. 

I love you. See Short plays from 
twelve countries. 

Idols ; a play for women, by Phoebe M. 
Rees. {In Eight one-act plays for 
women's institutes & clubs. London, 
James B. Pinker & son [1937]) © 
Mar. 17, 1937 ; 1 c. May 7 ; D 50011 ; 
Phoebe M. Rees, Williton, Somerset, 
England. 4456 

Imposter (The) ; a play in 3 acts, by 
P. L. Adams. © 1 c. June 9, 1937; 
D 50163 ; Paul Louison Adams, New 
York. 4457 

In His image; a play in 1 act, by S. 
Grafton. © 1 c. June 17, 1937; 
D 50361 ; Samuel Grafton, New York. 

4458 

In Mrs. Saturday's shop. See Tourna- 
ment plays. 

In reality; a comedy in 3 acts, by R. 
Young. © 1 c. June 12, 1937; 
D 50247; Rose Young, Ossining, 
N. Y. 4459 

In the drought. See Short plays from 
twelve countries. 

In this world ; a comedy of the restora- 
tion in 3 acts, by E. G. Whitesell. 
© 1 c. June 19, 1937 ; D 50413 ; Edith 
Grossberg Whitesell, Ann Arbor. 

4460 

In transit; a play in 3 acts, by D. 
Ignatow. © 1 c. June 29, 1937; D 
50531 ; David Ignatow, New York. 

4461 



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no. 6, 1937 



4488 



Intermezzo-Austria ; a play in 3 acts, 
by R. B. Wolf. © 1 c. June 16, 1937 ; 
D 50337 ; Roland Barron Wolf, New 
York. 4462 

It couldn't happen now; a play in 3 
acts, by W. H. Kirkbride. © 1 c. 
June 22, 1937; D 50452; William H. 
Kirkbride, Litchfield, Conn. 4463 

Jane Eyre; a dramatization of Char- 
lotte Bronte's novel, Jane Eyre, by 
W. O. McWatters. © 1 c. June 5, 
1937; D 50125; Wilbert O. McWat- 
ters, New York. 4464 

Jerry Briggs of the Mounted ; episodes 
1-13, a serial play for radio, by P. 
Cruger. © 1 c. June 3, 1937; D 
50105; Paul Cruger, Hollywood, 
Calif. 4465 

Jews of Hodos. See Short plays from 
twelve countries. 

Journey to health farm and the ar- 
rival. See Honest working girl. 

Julien et Fleurette; a libretto in 3 
acts, by A. M. Rae. Text. © 1 c. 
June 14, 1937; D 50292; Anne M. 
Rae, Brooklyn. 4468 

Just beyond; a play in 1 act, by R. 
Clark and H. Gaze. © 1 c. June 25, 
1937; D 50488; Robert Clark and 
Harold Gaze, Pasadena. 4467 

Kanzler (Der) von Tirol; Die land- 
grafin von Thtf ringen, zwei dramen 
[von] Josef Wenter. Berlin, Wien 
[etc., 1936] 186, [1] p. 12mo. © 
Dec. 18, 1936; 1 c. June 18, 1937; 
D 50460; Paul Zsolnay verlag, a.-g., 
Vienna. 4468 

Keep your eye on the fly ; a 1 act farce- 
drama, by N. Baumgardner. © 1 c. 
June 28, 1937; D 50532; Neville 
Baumgardner, Chatsworth, Calif. 

4469 

Key (A) to the door; by K. G. Miller 
and T. L. Miller. © 1 c. June 12, 
1937; D 50254; Kathryn G. Miller 
and Theodore Lunn Miller, New 
York. 4470 

Kid (The) brother; a farce in 1 act, 
by Leota E. Schoff. Boston, Mass., 
Los Angeles, Cal. [1937] 19 p. 
12mo. (Baker's plays) © Apr. 28, 
1937 ; 2 c. May 29 ; D 49985 ; Walter 
H. Baker co., Boston. 4471 

Kingdom of 137; a play in 3 acts, by 
A. Smith. © 1 c. June 16, 1937; 
D 50335; Arthur Smith, New York. 

4472 

Kiss (The) charm; a romantic comedy 
in 3 acts and a prologue, by S. Ship- 



man and C. Lipman. © 1 c. May 19, 
1937; D 50035; Louis Shipman, ad- 
ministrator of estate of Samuel 
Shipman, and Clara Lipman. New 
York. 4473 

Kitty Keene, inc. ; continuities nos. 249 
E. T.-265 E. T., by Wallace K. Nor- 
man and Day Keene. © 1 c. each 
June 9, 1937; D 50183; Procter & 
Gamble co., Cincinnati. 4474 

Klear as mud ; a farce in 3 acts, by A. 
Greendale. © 1 c. June 7, 1937; 
D 50151 ; Alexander Greendale, New 
York. 4475 

Korsika ; operette in 3 akten, von 
Josef Weiser, musik von Hans Molt- 
kau. Text. © 1 c. June 1, 1937; 
D 50037 ; Dreiklang-verlag a. g. Ber- 
lin. 4476 

Kraft music hall ; by J. Walter Thomp- 
son co. April 29, May 6, 1937. © 1 c. 
each June 8, 1937; D 50147, 50148; 
Kraft-Phenix cheese Corp., Chicago. 

4477, 4478 

May 13, 20, 27, June 3, 1937. 

© 1 c. each June 24, 1937 ; D 50483- 
50486 ; Kraft-Phenix cheese corp., 
Chicago. 4479-4482 

Kumnitz pass; original story and 
screen script, by H. K. Fleming. © 

1 c. June 28, 1937 ; D 50490 ; Horace 
Kingston Fleming, Baltimore. 4483 

Ladies in the trade ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by L. Abrams. © 1 c. May 29, 
1937; D 50008; Leon Abrams, New 
York. 4484 

Ladies only ; a play in 1 act, by Regula 
Burnet. (In Eight one-act plays for 
women's institutes & clubs. London, 
James B. Pinker & son [1937]) © 
Mar. 17, 1937 ; 1 c. May 7 ; D 50016 ; 
Regula Burnet, St. Andrews, Fife, 
Scotland. 4485 

Ladies unincorporated ; by David Dia- 
mond. © 1 c. June 15, 1937; D 
50310 ; Bar association of Erie coun- 
ty, Buffalo. 4486 

Lady Kathleen the Second; a play in 
3 acts, by E. Lynch. © 1 c. June 25, 
1937; D 50491; Evangeline Lynch, 
Chicago. 4487 

Lakme; opera in 3 acts, by Edmond 
Gondinet and Philippe Gille. Sug- 
gested by the novel Le mariage de 
Loti, by Pierre Loti. English text by 
Spencer Norton and Helene Carpen- 
ter. Norman, 1937. 46 p. 8vo. 
Cover-title. Text. © Apr. 5, 1937; 

2 c. Apr. 14 ; D 50235 ; University of 
Oklahoma press, Norman, Okl. 4488 



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4489 



pt. i, n. s., v. 10 



Landgrafin von Thiiringen. See Kanz- 
ler von Tirol. 

Last (The) birthday ; by Walter Adel- 
bert Witt. © 1 c. May 20, 1937; D 
50100; Leon Webster Kellogg, jr., 
Lakewood, O. 4489 

Latest (The) style; by S. Gurvitz. © 
1 c. June 15, 1937 ; D 50321 ; Simon 
Gurvitz, Detroit. 4490 

Lawrence of Arabia, the uncrowned 
king; audition scripts nos. 1, 2, by 
Lionel Atwill, Eaton Cromwell, and 
Don Becker. © 1 c. each May 29, 
1937 ; D 50005, 50006 ; Transamerican 
broadcasting and television corp.. 
New York. 4491, 4492 

Leprechaun ; a comedy-drama in 3 acts, 
by J. H. Beard. © 1 c. June 5, 1937 ; 
D 50126 ; James Henry Beard, New 
York. 4493 

Let us dream ; a drama in 2 acts with 
prologue and epilogue, by Byron 
Creamer and L. E. Creamer. © 1 c. 
June 5, 1937; D 50117; Lou Ellen 
Creamer, Allenhurst, N. J. 4494 

Letters of the Cartright family, epi- 
sodes 1-3 ; by the Journal co. © 1 c. 
each May 29, 1937 ; D 49966 ; Journal 
co., Milwaukee. 4495 

Liebe in der Lerchengasse ; operette in 
3 akten, von Hermann Hermecke, 
musik von Arno Vetterling. Regie- 
und soufflierbuch. Text. © 1 c. 
June 1, 1937: D 50039; Dreiklang- 
verlag a. g., Berlin. 4496 

Life ( The ) of a health officer ; episode 
no. 1, by L. O'Donnell. © 1 c. June 
14, 1937; D 50367; Louis O'Donnell, 
Los Angeles. 4497 

Life of Abraham Lincoln; a musical 
drama, by R. D. Stoutenburg. © 1 c. 
June 1, 1937 : D 39297 ; Rodley Del- 
mus Stoutenburg, Minneapolis. 4498 

Life of an unknown hero ; a musical 
drama, by R. D. Stoutenburg. © 1 c. 
June 1, 1937 ; D 39298 ; Rodley Del- 
mus Stoutenburg, Minneapolis. 4499 

Life of George Washington ; musical 
drama, by R. D. Stoutenburg. © 1 c. 
June 1, 1937; D 39300; Rodley Del- 
mus Stoutenburg, Minneapolis. 4500 

Life of Jesus Christ; musical drama, 
by R. D. Stoutenburg. © 1 c. June 
3, 1937; D 39301; Rodley Delmus 
Stoutenburg, Minneapolis. 4501 

Life (The) of Mary Sothern; by Don 
Becker, script nos. 670-677. scripts 
nos. 670-673, © 1 c. each May 24, 



1937; scripts nos. 674-677, © 1 c. 
each May 27; D 49969^19976; Cros- 
ley radio Corp., Cincinnati. 4502-4509 

scripts nos. 678-682. scripts 

nos. 678-680, © 1 c. each June 3, 
1937; scripts nos. 681, 682, © 1 c. 
each June 4 ; D 50140-50144 ; Crosley 
radio Corp., Cincinnati. 4510-4514 



scripts nos. 683-685. © 1 c. 

each June 9, 1937; D 50251-50253; 
Crosley radio corp., Cincinnati. 

4515^517 

scripts nos. 686-688. © 1 c. 



each June 14, 1937; D 50332-50334; 
Crosley radio corp., Cincinnati. 

4518^520 

scripts nos. 689-692. © 1 c. 



each June 18, 1937; D 50398-50401 
Crosley radio corp., Cincinnati. 

452L4524 

scripts nos. 693, 694. © 1 c. 



each June 21, 1937 ; D 50464, 50465 :. 
Crosley radio corp., Cincinnati. 

4525, 4526 

Lights out at eleven ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Armitage Owen. London 
[1937] 85 p. plates. 12mo. © May 
10, 1937 ; 1 c. June 1 ; D 50062 ; Sam- 
uel French, ltd., London. 4527 

Lily fingers. See Experiences of a 
million men. 

Lincoln reckons up. See Ten interna- 
tional one-act plays. 

Little learning. See Tournament plays. 

Little pitchers ; a 3-act comedy, by R. 
Cooke. © 1 c. June 18, 1937; D 
50374 ; Ralph Cooke, S. Belmar, N. J. 

4528 

Little red geranium. See Tournament 
plays. 

Little white jumbo ; farce for ten wo- 
men and a little girl, by M. E. Atkin- 
son. (In Eight one-act plays for 
women's institutes & clubs. London, 
James B. Pinker & son [1937]) © 
Mar. 17, 1937 ; 1 c. May 7 ; D 50017 ; 
M. E. Atkinson, Beaconfield, Bucks. 
England. 4529 

Local girl makes good ; a youthful 
comedy in 3 acts, by Kurtz Gordon 
[pseud, of C. Gordon Kurtz.] © 1 c. 
June 1, 1937; D 50031: C. Gordon 
Kurtz, Kew Gardens, N. Y. 4530 

London town ; a composite comedy of 
3 successes of the 18th century in 3 
acts, by A. Gerstenberg, from The 
provoked husband, by Sir John Van- 



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no. 6, 1937 



4580 



brugh and Colley Cibber, The chin- 
destine marriage, by George Colman 
and David Garrick, The belle's 
stratagem, by Mrs. Hannah Cowley. 
© 1 c. June 12, 1937 ; D 50270 ; Alice 
Gerstenberg, Chicago. 4o31 

Lone (The) Ranger; by Francis 
Striker. Nos. A-276— A-281. © 1 c. 
each June 3, 1937; D 50091-50096; 
Lone Ranger, inc., Detroit. 

4532-4537 

nos. A-282— A-284. © 1 c. 



each June 11, 1937; D 50258-50260; 
Lone Ranger, inc., Detroit. 

4538-4540 

nos. A-285— A-287. © 1 c. 



each June 16, 1937; D 50358-50360; 
Lone Ranger, inc., Detroit. 

4541-4543 

nos. A-288— A-290. © 1 c. 



each June 25, 1937; D 50500-50502; 
Lone Ranger, inc., Detroit. 

4544-4546 

Lord Tweedlebottom, president of in- 
ternational idiots ; by B. Darrell. 
© 1 c. June 18, 1937 ; D 50383 ; Barry 
Darrell, Los Angeles. 4547 

Lost years of laughter ; a play in 3 
acts, by H. Southgate. © 1 c. June 
19, 1937; D 50394; Howard South- 
gate, Goshen, Mass. 4548 

Love, honor and cherish ; a dramatic 
sketch for radio, by J. Chapiu. © 
1 c. June 23, 1937; D 50468; Jane 
Chapin, New York. 4549 

Love is the sweetest thing ; by David 
Diamond. © 1 c. June 15, 1937; D 
50311 ; Bar association of Erie 
county, Buffalo. 4550 

Lovedream (A) ; by Leon Ardin. © 
1 c. June 1, 1937; D 50021; Holly- 
wood opera co., Los Angeles. 4551 

Maid goes forth to war. See Tourna- 
ment plays. 

Major road ahead ; a play in 3 acts, by 
G. Lennox and G. Ashley. © 1 c. 
June 2, 1937 ; D 50056 ; Gilbert Len- 
nox, Tadwortb, Surrey. England, and 
Gisela Ashley, London. 4552 

Making (The) of a crown prince. Sec 
Scenes from childhood. 

Man (The) pays; a play in 4 acts and 
a prologue, by S. Shipman and C. 
Lipman. © 1 c. May 11, 1937; D 
50034 : Louis Shipman. administrator 
of estate of Samuel Shipman, and 
Clara Lipman. New York. 4553 



Man proposes ; by David Diamond. © 
1 c. June 15, 1937; D 50309; Bar as- 
sociation of Erie county, Buffalo. 

4554 

Man (The) who forgot Christmas; a 
Christmas play in 1 act, by Anne 
Coulter Martens. Chicago [1937] 
38 p. diagr. 12mo. © June 18, 
1937; 2 c. June 21; D 50423; Dra- 
matic pub. co., Chicago. 4555 

Manhattan mother ; by Grin Tovrov, 
episodes nos. 31-35. © 1 c. each 
June 1, 1937 ; D 50050-50054 ; Colum- 
bia Broadcasting system, inc., Sta- 
tion WBBM, Chicago. 4556-4560 

episodes nos. 36-40. © 1 c. 



each June 7, 1937; D 50129-50133; 
Columbia broadcasting system, inc., 
station WBBM, Chicago. 

4561-4565 

episodes nos. 41-45. (pic. 

each June 14, 1937; D 50279^50283; 
Columbia broadcasting system, inc., 
station WBBM, Chicago. 4566-4570 

episodes nos. 46-50. © 1 c. 

each June 21, 1937; D 50414-50418; 
Columbia broadcasting system, inc. r 
station WBBM, Chicago. 4571-4575 

Manning house : a play in 3 acts, by G. 
D. Hall. © 1 c. June 28, 1937; D 
50533; Grace Darling Hall, Clear- 
water, Fla. 4576 

Marching song ; a play by John Howard 
Lawson. [New York] Dramatists 
play service, inc., 1937. 166 p. 
front., diagr. 12hio. © June l r 
1937: 2 c. June 22; D 50458; John 
Howard Lawson, Hollywood, Calif. 

4577 

Margaret de Hainault ; an historical 
play in 4 acts, by J. Forman. © 1 c. 
June 9, 1937; D 50203; Josef For- 
man, Florence, Italy. 4578 

Mariage de Loti. See Lakme. 

Marine hero's memories. Sec Experi- 
ences of a million men 

Marooning of Marilla. See Tournament 
plays. 

Martyrs (The) of Chicago; historic 
drama in 4 acts, by A. Molinari. © 
1 c. June 21, 1937 : D 50407 ; Alberico 
Molinari, % Vittorio Buttis, Chicago. 

4579 

Mary Marlin : episodes nos. 551-573, a 
continuous day to day drama for 
radio reproduction, by Jane Crusin- 
berry. © 1 c. each June 9. 1937 ; D 
50184 ; Procter & Gamble co., Cincin- 
nati. 4580 



4—37 3 



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4581 



pt. i r n. s„ v. 10 



Mary of Scotland. See Death Valley 
days. 

Mary Stuart ; a romantic drama, by 
Juljusz Slowacki, translated from the 
Polish by Arthur Prudden Coleman 
and Marion Moore Coleman. [New 
York] 1937. 2 p. 1., 3-106 p. 12mo. 
© May 1, 1937; 1 c. Apr. 30 ; 1 c. 
May 27; D 50479; Arthur Prudden 
Coleman and Marion Moore Coleman, 
New York. 4581 

Master (The) ; a play in 3 acts, by 

I. L. Singer. © 1 c. June 5, 1937; D 
50160 ; Irving L. Singer, Oakland, 
Calif. 4582 

-Masterful (The) monk; a drama in 3 
acts, by G. H. H. Lamb and W. J. 
Hoocker. Adapted from the novel of 
Owen Francis Dudley. © 1 c. June 

II, 1937 ; D 50241 ; George H. H. 
Lamb, New York. 4583 

Matheantics no. 3 ; a comedy sketch, by 
M. Blashe. © 1 c. June 25, 1937; 
D 50495 ; Maurice Blashe, New York. 

4584 

Matrimonial (A) handicap; a play in 3 
acts, by A. J. Herbert. Revised and 
adapted from the story of H. M. Ros- 
nell. © 1 c. June 9, 1937 ; D 50466 ; 
Arthur Jay Herbert, Brooklyn. 4585 

Meg o' the mountains ; by G. E. Corn- 
stock, jr. © 1 c. June 24, 1937; D 
50477; George E. Comstock, jr., Wor- 
cester. 4586 

Men of Merchants row ; by Arthur San- 
born. A drama of old Boston at the 
beginning of the last century. Bos- 
ton, 1937. 73 p. 8vo. © June 5, 
1937 ; 2 c. June 16 ; D 50341 ; Arthur 
W. Sanborn, Billerica, Mass. 4587 

Mice and men ; a romantic comedy in 4 
acts, by Madeleine Lucette Ryley. 
New York, Samuel French ; London 
Samuel French, ltd., 1909. 1 p. 1., 
66 p. 12mo. ( [French's standard 
library edition]) © Oct. 14, 1900; 
2 c. Apr. 21, 1937; D 50065; Hugh 
Reynolds and Dame Forbes Robert- 
son, executors of the author, London. 

4588 

Michael loves Michael ; a play in 3 acts, 
by W. Acton. © 1 c. June 21, 1937; 
D 50437; Wallace Acton, New York. 

4589 

Middle (The) course; a 1-act co-oper- 
ative play, by Vivian Brandeis [pseud, 
of V. Blum] © 1 c. June 8, 1937; D 
5(1173; Vivienne Blum, Philadelphia. 

4590 



Midnight sunburn ; a farce in 3 acts, by 
Juan Jose Soler [pseud, of A. O. 
Beamer] © 1 c. June 28, 1937; D 
50514; Arthur Orville Beamer, Wil- 
loughby, O. 45U1 

Millions to marry ; a romantic comedy 
drama in 2 acts, by Delbert Roy 
Piette and G. S. Thompson. © 1 c. 
June 7, 1937 ; D 50135 ; G. Strickland 
Thompson and Delbert Piette, To- 
ronto. 4592 

Miniature (The) magazine of the air; 
May 15, 1937, a satire containing the 
usual departments of a newspaper in 
brief, by A. J. Purcell. © 1 c. June 
1, 1937; D 50044; Arthur Joseph Pur- 
cell, Canoga Park, Calif. 4593 

Miser of Rogafjord. See Ten interna- 
tional one-act plays. 

Misled ; a play in 3 acts,, by B. J. Smith. 
© 1 c. June 12, 1937 ; D 50269 - Ben- 
jamin J. Smith, Chicago. 4594 

Miss Black Sheep ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Brenda Girvin and Monica Cosens. 
London, H. F. W. Deane & sons, The 
Year book press ltd. ; Boston, Miass., 
The Baker international play bureau 
[1937] 71 p. diagr. 8vo. (The 
Year book press series of plavs) © 
June 9, 1937 ; 1 c. June 21 ; D 50480 ; 
Brenda Girvin and Monica Cosens. 
London. 4595 

Miss Lillie's tearoom opens. See Honest 
working girl. 

Miss Quis ; a play in 3 acts, by Ward 
Morehouse and Peggy Wood. New 
York, Random house [1937] viii, 
[2] p., 1 1., 3-160 p. 8vo. © Mav 
28, 1937 ; 2 c. June 7 ; D 50112; Ward 
Morehouse, New York. 4596 

Mr. Tutt comes home ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by A. Train and O. Davis. © 
1 c. June 1, 1937; D 50033; Arthur 
Train and Owen Davis, New York. 

4597 

Mrs. Jacob Schlattenschammes goes 
shopping with her husband ; by T. 
Weinberg. © 1 c. June 8. 1937; 
D 50149; Tilly Weinberg, Mamaro- 
neck, N. Y. 4598 

Model for love. See Picture of a hat. 

Modern (A) Thanksgiving; a play in 1 
act. by Margaret Parsons. Boston, 
Mass., Los Angeles, Cal. [1937] 
24 p. 12mo. (Baker's plavs) © 
May 4, 1937; 2 c. May 29; D 49982 : 
Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 4599 

Moonlit way. See Ten international 
one-act plays. 



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no. 6, 1937 



4618 



Murder in B flat ; a play in 2 acts, by 
B. S. Bruestle. © 1 c. Apr. 26, 1937 ; 
D 50024 ; Beaumont S. Bruestle, Mer- 
wood, Pa. 4600 

Murder on the equator. See Rex Arno 
of the international police force. 

My Father's house ; a drama in 5 acts, 
text and music by Starr Von Fluss 
[pseud, of S. D. Fluss] © 1 c. June 
29. 1937; D 39303; Stella D. Fluss, 
Holtville, Calif. 4601 

Nanny. See Ten international one-act 
plays. 

Napoleonette ; [par] Andre de Lorde et 
Jean Marsele, piece en 5 actes et un 
prologue (d'apres le celebre roman de 
Gyp [pseud, of Sibylle Gabrielle Marie 
Antoinette de Riquetti de Mirabeau, 
comtesse de Martel de Janville]) 
edited by Edouard Sonet and Edward 
F. Meylan. Boston, New York, 
Houghton Mifflin company [etc., etc., 
1937] viii. 215 p. front. 12mo. © 
June 14, 1937 ; 2 c. June 28 ; aff . June 
26; A 106753; Edouard Sonet, Ed- 
monton, Alberta, Canada, and Ed- 
ward F. Meylan, Berkeley, Calif. 

4601* 

Near thing. See Ten international one- 
act plays. 

Neither do they spin ; a play in 3 acts, 
by A. Rowe. © 1 c. June 17, 1937; 
D 50378 ; Anne Rowe, New York. 

4602 

Nellie was a lady ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Vincent Devaney, pseud, of M. M. 
Wright. © 1 c. June 24, 1937; D 
50492; Margaret M. Wright, Lewis- 
ton, N. Y. 4603 

Nero und Acte ; tragische oper in 4 
aufziigen. Text (katalanisch) und 
musik von Joan Manen. Bruxelles, 
Leipzig, London, 1937. cover-title, 48 
p. 12mo. © Feb. 18, 1937 ; 1 c. Mar. 
4 ; D 49836 ; A. Cranz, Brussels, Bel- 
gium. 4604 

New (The) day; a play in 4 acts, by 
R. J. Rihn. © 1 c. May 22, 1937; 
D 50442; Roy John Rihn, La Coste, 
Tex. 4605 

New leisure. See Tournament plays.' 

Night of triumph ; an original screen 
story, by A. Hammerstein and D. 
Ostrov. © 1 c. June 2, 1937; D 
50057 : Arthur Hammerstein and 
Dmitri Ostrov, New York. 4606 

No man alone ; a 1 act play from a 
Country Home magazine story by M. 



Krawczyk. Dramatization by Lockie 
Ingle. © 1 c. June 25, 1937 ; D 50489 ; 
Monica Krawczyk, Minneapolis. 

4607 

Noah and rabbit ; a dramatization by 
Martha King and Helen McKenna, 
adapted from the story, Noah and 
rabbit, by Herbert McKay. © 1 c. 
June 12, 1937 ; D 50308 ; E. P. Dutton 
& co., inc., New York. 4608 

Nor trust in princes ; a play in 3 acts, 
by Horace Reis. © 1 c. June 19, 
1937 ; D 50430 ; Horace S. Reis, Phila- 
delphia. 4609 

North Africa. See Polly pretends. 

North wind ; a play in 2 acts, by H. T. 
Hart. © 1 c. June 28, 1937 ; D 50534 ; 
Henry Tardy Hart, New York. 4610 

Nostrand avenue gentleman; a comedy 
in 3 acts, by T. C. Pironti. © 1 c. 
June 22, 1937; D 50453; Tarquiny 
Carl Pironti, Astoria L. I., N. Y. 

4611 

Now I'll tell one ; an American comedy 
in 3 acts, by A. R. Colver, Helen and 
Nolan Leary. Completely re-written 
version of Badpenny. © 1 c. June 15, 
1937; D 50307; Alice Ross Colver, 
Helen Leary and Nolan Leary, New 
York. 4612 

Now that April's here ; a play in 3 acts, 
by Thomas Lennon. © 1 c. June 19, 
1937; D 50386; Thomas Lloyd Len- 
non, Los Angeles. 4613 

Obeah ; a romantic drama in 5 acts, by 
C. E. Warren. © 1 c. June 10, 1937 ; 
D 50317 ; Charles E. Warren, Chicago. 

4614 

Ode to Sappho ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Bruce Millholland [i e. C. B. Mill- 
holland] © 1 c. June 19, 1937; D 
50433; Charles Bruce Millholland, 
Indianapolis. 4615 

Of property ; a play in 3 acts, by M. 
Miller. © 1 c. June 29, 1937; D 
50537 ; Morton Miller, Brooklyn. 

4616 

Off the deep end; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by P. D. Whitson. © 1 c. May 8, 
1937 ; D 50213 ; Pauline Denton Whit- 
son, Denville, N. J. 4617 

Oh, Theodore ! a 1-act play, by Nora 
Cassera. (In Eight one-act plays for 
women's institutes & clubs. London, 
James B. Pinker [1937]) © Mar. 
17, 1937; 1 c. May 7; D 50015; Nora 
Cassera, Henleaze, Bristol, England. 

4618 



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4619 



pt. i, n. s., v. 10 



Oil and rheumatism. See Oil oddities. 

Oil oddities : Oil and rheumatism, bv 
S. Kornfeld. © 1. c. June 21, 1937 ; 
D 50406; Sam Kornfeld, Wichita. 

4619 

Old base hospital 27. See Experiences 
of a million men. 

Old Jake. See Experiences of a million 
men. 

Old (The) school tie; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Cecil Madden. Freely adapt- 
ed from the Italian of Fausto Maria 
Martini's II fiore sotto gli occhi. 
Previously registered as The swal- 
lows. An entirely new version. © 
1 c. Apr. 19, 1937; D 50212; Cecil 
Charles Madden, London. 4620 

Old Vienna. See Polly pretends. 

On the hunt; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
G. E. Wilson. © 1 c. June 1, 1937 ; 
D 50066; Gladys Elizabeth Wilson, 
New York. 4621 

One-act plays for junior high school ; 
selected and edited by Catherine 
Bullard. New York [1937] xii, 260 
p. front. 12 mo. Dramatic con- 
tents. — A night at an inn, by Lord 
Dunsany. — Murder ! Murder ! Mur- 
der ! by Babette Hughes. — Sham, by 
Frank G. Tompkins. — Spreading the 
news, by Lady Gregory. — The still 
alarm, by George S. Kaufman. — 
Babbitt's boy, by Glenn Hughes. — 
Red carnations, by Glenn Hughes. — 
Moonshine, by Arthur Hopkins. — 
The medicine show, by Stuart 
Walker. — Tickless time, by Susan 
Gla spell and George Cram Cook. — 
Riders to the sea, by John Millington 
Synge. — Rehearsal, by Christopher 
Morley. © May 25, 1937; 2 c. and 
aff. June 10; A 107214; Henry Holt 
& co., inc., New York. 4621* 

O'Neills (The) ; episodes 403-423, by 
Jane West. © 1 c. each June 9, 
1937 ; D 50182 ; Procter & Gamble co., 
Cincinnati. 4622 

Only (The) show in town; a farce 
comedy in 3 acts, by C. Sherman. © 
1 c. June 2. 1937; D 50058; Charles 
Sherman, Beverly Hills, Calif. 4623 

Ordeal (The) of Richard Feverel ; 
dramatized by H. J. Kennedy (from 
a novel by George Meredith) © 1 c. 
May 29, 1937; D 50009; Harold J. 
Kennedy, Holyoke. Mass., and Estate 
of George Meredith, George William 
Lewin Meredith, trustee, Helidon, 
Northants. England. 4624 



Other (The) Jesus; a Christmas 
drama, by Elizabeth H. Emerson. 
Boston, Mass., Los Angeles, Cal. 
["1937] 42 p. 12mo. (Baker's plays) 
© May 20. 1937; 2 c. May 29; D. 
49986; Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 

4625 

Our lost world ; dramatization of 
Henry James' stories : Covering end 
and Crapy Cornelia, by A. A. Flint 
and M. E. A. [pseud, of Maude 
Adams Kiskadden] © 1 c. June 22, 
1937; D 50431; Anne Austin Flint 
and Maude Adams Kiskadden, River- 
head, N. Y. 4626 

Our reputation ; a 1-act play by Robert 
Middlemass. London, Manchester, 
Samuel French, ltd. ; New York, Los 
Angeles, Calif., Samuel French, inc. 
[etc., etc.] 1936. 30 p. 12 mo. 
( [French's acting edition, no. 1513] ) 
© Apr. 29, 1936 ; 1 c. June 16, 1936 ; 
1 c. June 10, 1937; D 43262; Robert 
Middlemass, Hollywood, Calif. 

4627 

Oxydol's own Ma Perkins ; continuities 
nos. 988 E. T— 1017 E. T., by Lee 
Gebhart. © .1 c. each June 9. 1937 ; 
D 50181; Procter & Gamble co., Cin- 
cinnati. 4628 

Palace scenes; more plays of Queen 
Victoria, by Laurence Housman. 
London, Jonathan Cape [1937] 2 p. 1., 
7-189 p. 12 mo. Dramatic con- 
tents. — The bed-chamber plot. — The 
court circle. — The first-born. — For- 
ward, but not too fast. — The family 
portrait. — The anniversary. — Stable 
government.— A star from the 
East. — Please to look pleasant. — Roy- 
al table manners. — The primrose 
way. — Epilogue : Ashes to ashes. © 
Mar. 19, 1937; 1 c. June 12; D 50343 ; 
Laurence Housman, Somerset. Eng- 
land. 4629 

Paradise on earth. See Third evolu- 
tion : Creation. 

Phantom (The) jury; a play in 1 act, 
by Stanley Dabkowski. © 1 c. June 
3, 1937; D 50076: Stanley Joseph 
Dabkowski, New Britain,. Conn. 

4630 

Picture of a hat ; or A model for love, 
a plav about photography in 3 acts, 
by M." Dallett. © 1 c. June 17. 1937 : 
D 50362; Morris Dallett. New Hope, 
Pa. 4631 

Pierre-Buffiere ; a play in 3 acts, by 
W. S. Herndon. © 1 c. June 1, 1937 ; 
D 50049; William Smith Herndon, 
Beverlv Hills, Calif. 4632 



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no. 6, 1937 



4653 



Pilgrim's (The) progress; by John Bun- 
yan, arranged in 2 parts, by M. A. 
Hall. © 1 c. May 12, 1937 ; D 50145 ; 
Mary Alice Hall, Staten Island, N. Y. 

4633 

Pioche's first piano. See Death Valley 
days. 

Plays and the theatre; edited by Rus- 
sell Thomas. Boston, Little, Brown 
and company, 1937. vi p., 2 1., [3]- 
729 p. illus. 8vo. Dramatic con- 
tents. — Antigone, by Sophocles.— 
Master Pierre Patelin, anonymous. — ■ 
Romeo and Juliet, by Shakespeare. — 
The miser, by Moliere. — The school 
for scandal, by Richard Brinsley 
Sheridan. — Box and Cox, by John 
Maddison Morton. — An enemy of the 
people, by Henrik Ibsen. — Elizabeth 
the queen, by Maxwell Anderson. — 
The Barretts of Wimpole street, by 
Rudolf Besier. — In the zone, by 
Eugene O'Neill. — Poor Aubrey, by 
George Kelly. — The giants' stair, by 
Wilbur Daniel Steele. © June 2, 
1937; 2 c. and aff. June 4; A 107139; 
Russell Thomas, Chicago. 4633* 

Please to look pleasant. See Palace 

scenes. 

Polly pretends ; by the Drackett co. 
program no. 7. North Africa. © 
1 c. June 7, 1937 ; D 50136 ; Drackett 
co., Cincinnati. 4634 



program no. 



Gay nineties. 



© 1 c. June 7, 1937 ; D 50137 ; Drack- 
ett co„ Cincinnati. 4635 



program no. 



Hawaii. © 



1 c. June 14, 1937 ; D 50303 ; Drackett 
co., Cincinnati. 4636 

program no. 10. Gypsies. © 



1 c. June 14, 1937 ; D 50319 ; Drackett 
co., Cincinnati. 4637 

program no. 11. Rio De 



Janeiro. © 1 c. June 14; 1937; D 
50320; Drackett co., Cincinnati. 

463S 

program no. 12. Old Vienna. 



© 1 c. June 23, 1937; D 50451 
Drackett co., Cincinnati. 4639 

program no. 13. Shanghai. 



© 1 c. June 23, 1937; D 50475; 
Drackett co., Cincinnati. 4640 

program no. 14. Stockholm. 



© 1 c. June 24, 1937 ; D 50481 ; 
Drackett co., Cincinnati. 4641 



program no. 15. Constanti- 
nople. © 1 c. June 24, 1937; D 
50482; Drackett co., Cincinnati. 

4642 



Poor Mother Goose ; by J. Bourdelle. 
© 1 c. June 1, 1937 ; D 50210 ; Joan 
Bourdelle, New York. 4643 

Pozzo (II) dei miracoli ; 3 atti, di B. 
Corra and G. Achille. © 1 c. Jan. 
16, 1937; D 50059; Bruno Corra and 
Giuseppe Achille, Milan. 4644 

Primrose way. See Palace scenes. 

Professional (The) death; or, Profes- 
sionally dead, a drama in 3 acts, by 
O. Dymow. © 1 c. June 2, 1937; 
D 50139; Ossip Dymow, London. 

4645 

Professionally dead. See Professional 
death. 

Proof of the pudding; by Jam Handy 
picture service, inc. © 1 c. June 9, 
1937 ; D 50195 ; General motors sales 
corp., Detroit. 4646 

Protection for life by Arden ; by Jam 
Handy picture service, inc. © I c\ 
June 9, 1937 ; D 50190 ; Arden farms, 
inc., Los Angeles. 4647 

Provoked (The) husband. See London 
town. 

Quilting (The) bee; a comedy in 1 act, 
by Mabel Baker. New York [1937] 
24 p. 12mo. © May 12, 1937; 2 c. 
June 1 ; D 49994 ; Fitzgerald pub. 
corp., New York. 4648 

Racketeer & co. ; no. 1. Blackmail, a 
series of radio dramas, by A. D. 
Cole. © 1 c. June 14, 1937 ; D 50330 : 
Alonzo Deen Cole, Mount Vernon, 
N. Y. 4649 

Recorded (The) adventures of Ace 
Williams ; episodes 79-100. Fourth 
supplement, by Dan Ryan. Chicago, 
111., 1937. various pagings. fol. © 
May 27, 1937 ; 2 c. June 14 ; D 50342 : 
W. E. Long co., Chicago. 4650 

Red (The) bumblebee; a comedy in 3 
acts about Joaquin Murieta and 
Lola Montez in California in 1853, 
by R. L. Craig. © 1 c. May 26, 1937 ; 
D 50025 ; Robert Lewis Craig, Har- 
mon-on-Hudson, N. Y. 4651 

Red-haired (The) god; a comedy in a 
prologue and 3 acts, by Edwin Scrib- 
ner. Chicago |~1937] 88 p. diagrs. 
12mo. © June 8, 1937 ; 2 c. June 21 ; 
D50424 ; Dramatic pub. co., Chicago. 

4652 

Red-headed angel, see Hi' angel. 

Red sickle ; an Iowa plav in 5 scenes, 
by W. M. Lee. © 1 c. June 4, 1937 ; 
D 50106 ; Warren M. Lee, Iowa Citv, 
la. 4653 



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4654 



pt. i, n. s., v. 10 



Relatives' affidavit ; a comedy of change 
in 3 acts, by Mary Ireland [pseud, of 
P. P. Forney] © 1 c. June 7, 1937 ; 
D 50152 ; Pauline Peyton Forney, 
Hollywood, Calif. 4654 

Remember the laughter ; a comedy 
drama in 3 acts, by E. Cobb and B. 
Wasson. © 1 c. June 16, 1037; D 
50364; Eliza Cobb and Ben Wasson, 
Hollywood, Calif. 4655 

Repent at leisure ; by David Diamond. 
© 1 c. June 15, 1937 ; D 50312 ; Bar 
association of Erie county, Buffalo. 

4656 

Rex Arno of the international police 
force ; Murder on the equator, by 
John Wardell. © 1 c. June 7. 1937 ; 
D 50146; John Knight Wardle, Bos- 
ton. 4657 

Rio De Janeiro. See Polly pretends. 

River Jim. See Death Valley days. 

Road kid. See Sweet whistle. 

Robin landing ; a play in 3 acts, by S. 
P. Young. © 1 c. June 14, 1937 ; D 
50291 ; Stanley Preston Young, West- 
port, Conn. 4658 

Rolling (A) home. See America first. 

Rolling (The) stone; episode 1. The 
rolling stone hits the circus, by Jack 
Varela [i. e. J. K. Varela] and R. P. 
Creyke. © 1 c. May 18, 1937; D 
50371 ; John King Varela and Rich- 
ard Paulett Creyke, Washington. 

4659 

Rolling stone hits the circus. See Roll- 
ing stone. 

Romance of oil ; Fight for progress, by 
S. Kornfeld. © 1 c. June 21, 1937; 
D 50405; Sam Kornfeld, Wichita. 

4660 

Romance shuffles the deck ; a play in 3 
acts, by H. L. Linken. © 1 c. June 
26, 1937; D 50510; Helen Louise 
Linken, Brooklyn. 4661 

Romeo and Juliet ; [by] William Shake- 
speare [and] Cyrano de Bergerac 
[by] Edmond Rostand. Translated 
by Howard Thayer Kingsbury, edited 
by Thomas L. Doyle [and] M. David 
Hoffman. New York [1937] viii p., 
1 1., 484 p. front., illus. ports., diagr. 
12mo. © Mar 30, 1937 ; 2 c. Apr. 26 ; 
aff. June 14; A 107286; Noble and 
Noble, publishers, inc., New York. 

4661* 

Rory Aforesaid. See Ruairidh Roimh- 
ainmichte. 



Royal table manners. See Palace 
scenes. 

Ruairidh Roimh-ainmichte ; cluich-ab- 
hachd ami an aon earrainn, le John 
Brandane [pseud, of J. Maclntyre] 
air eadar-theangachadh gu Gaidhlig v 
le Aonghas MacMhaoilein. Glasgow, 
Alexander MacLarren & sons, 1937. 
29 p. 12mo. A translation of Rory 
Aforesaid, first published in The 
Treasure ship, etc., 1928. © June 4, 
1937; 1 c. June 21; D 50427; John 
Maclntyre, Lochgoilhead, by Green- 
ock, Scotland. 4662 

Sacrifice ; a peace play in 1 act, by 
Marcus Bach. Boston. Mass., Los 
Angeles, Cal. [1937] 18 p. 12mo. 
([Baker's plays for amateurs]) © 
May 10. 1937 : 2 c. May 29 ; D 4997S : 
Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 4663 

Saint Louie ; or The divine bug, a com- 
motion in three movements with a 
few jerks, by W. M. Lee. © 1 c. June 
4, 1937; D 50108; Warren M. Lee, 
Iowa City, la. 4664 

Salute to glory ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
E. Caulfield and J. North. © 1 c. 
June IS, 1937; D 50393; Edward 
Caulfield, Brooklyn, John North, New 
York. 4665 

Sammy is marching ; a play in 3 acts, 
by L. du R. Macpherson. © 1 c. Apr. 
29, 1937 ; D 50230 ; L. du Rocher Mac- 
pherson, New York. 4666 

Sasswood ; an African melodrama, by 
J. L. Turner. © 1 c. May 11, 1937 ; 
D 50026 ; Joseph Lee Turner, River- 
side, Calif. 4667 

Scenes from childhood ; 1. The story 
teller, a play based on the autobiog- 
raphies of Sherwood Anderson ; Tar, 
the story of a midwestern childhood, 
and The story teller's story, by E. V. 
Hansl. Music for the whole program 
to be taken from Schumann's Scenes 
from childhood. Text. © 1 c. June 
1. 1937: D 50041: Eva VomBaur 
Hansl, New York. 4668 

2. The making of a crown prince. 

a play, by E. V. Hansl, music, with 
exception of theme song. Traumerei, 
by Schumann, from 16th and 17th 
century French folk songs, etc. Text. 
© 1 c. June 1, 1937 : D 50042 ; Eva 
VonBaur Hansl. New York. 4669 

3. Genius will out. a play based 

on the life of Audubon. Singing in 
the wilderness, by Donald Culross 
Peattie, by E. V. Hansl. music from 
Schumann's Scenes from childhood, 



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and records of bird calls made by 
Kellogg and Albert Brand. Text. © 

1 c. June 1, 1937 ; D 50043 ; Eva Van- 
Baur Hansl, New York. 4670 

Schooldays of the air; by G. Edwards. 
© 1 c. June 26, 1937 ; D 50499 ; Gus 
Edwards, Los Angeles. 4671 

Schumann phantasy; a play in 3 acts, 
bv E. Altman. Text. © 1 c. May 
13, 1937; D 50326; Eleanor Altman, 
Tucson, Ariz. 4672 

Scottie's millions ; a radio program, by 
W. L. McKie. © 1 c. June 8, 1937 ; 

D. 50162; William Lawson McKie, 
Hollywood, Calif. 4673 

Second husband ; continuity no. 36, by 

F. Hummert. © 1 c. June 18, 1937 ; 
D 50382 ; Frank Hummert, New York. 

4674 

Selected plays of Shakespeare; v. 3, 
edited with introductions and notes 
by Karl J. Holzknecht and Norman 

E. McClure. New York, Cincinnati 
[etc., 1937] Tii, 715 p. illus. 12mo. 
Dramatic contents.— The tragedy of 
King Richard III. — As you like it. — 
Twelfth night ; or, What you will. 
— Othello, the Moor of Venice. — 
The tragedy of Macbeth.- — Cymbeline, 
king of Britain. © May 26, 1937; 

2 c. and aff. June 3; A 107099; 
American book co., New York. 

4674* 

Selective selling ; by Jam Handy pic- 
ture service, inc. © 1 c. June 9, 
1937 ; D 50202 ; General motors sales 
corn., Frigidaire division, Dayton, O. 

4675 

Self-made man ; a 1-act play in several 
brief episodes, by Sydney Box. Lon- 
don. Samuel French [1937] 27 p. 
plate. 12mo. ( [French's acting edi- 
tion, no. 2071] ) Prize-winning play 
— Welwyn festival, 1935. © Mav 31, 
1937 ; 1 c. June 21 ; D 50440 ; Sydney 
Box, London. 4676 

Selling Cynthia ; a comedv in 3 acts, bv 
S. Morse. © 1 c. June 12, 1937; 
D 50275 ; Samuel Morse, New York. 

4677 

Serpent's tooth. See Ten international 
one-act plays. 

Shanghai. Sec Polly pretends. 

Shark's point; a comedy in 3 acts, by 

G. Rolfe. © 1 c. June 16, 1937; 
D 50350; Gordon Rolfe, New Bruns- 
wick, N. J. 4678 



She has a rendez-vous ; a 1 act play, 
by O. W. Gens. © 1 c. June 10, 1937 ; 
D 50231; Oskar Wolfrum Gens, 
Woodside, L. I., N. Y. 4679 

Shooting star ; a play in 3 acts, by D. 
O. Woodbury. © 1 c. June 9, 1937 ; 
D 50208 ; David O. Woodbury, Ogun- 
quit, Me. 4680 

Short plays from twelve countries ; 
selected by Winifrid Katzin. Lon- 
don [etc., 1937] 343, [1] p. 12mo. 
Contents. — China : The sorrows of 
Han. — Japan : Benkei on the bridge, 
by Hiyoshi Sa-ami Yasukiyo. — Eng- 
land : High life below stairs, by 
David Garrick. — Turkey : The vezir 
of Lankuran, by Fath 'Ali. — Russia : 
Diamond cuts diamond, by Nikolai 
Gogol. — Poland: Vaclav, the bandit, 
by Tadeusz Przeworsky. — Rumania : 
The Jews of Hodos, by Sandor Mar- 
tinescu. — Austria : Christmas at Bol- 
zano, 1935, by Emmerich Baur. — Ger- 
many : The broken pitcher, after 
Heinrich von Kleist. — France : The 
hands of Hardouin, by Jean Sar- 
tene. — South Africa : In the drought, 
by J. Du Plessis. — Canada : I love 
you, by Louvigny de Montignv. © 
June 4, 1937 ; 1 c. May 26 ; D 5042S ; 
George G. Harrap & co. ltd., London. 

4681 

Singing in the wilderness. See Scenes 
from childhood. 

Six inches of steel. See Experiences of 
a million men. 

Smile for the lady ; a comedy in 1 act, 
by Jean Lee Latham. Chicago, The 
Dramatic publishing company [1937] 
32 p. diagr. 12mo. © June 8, 1937 ; 
2 c. June 21; D 50426; Jean Lee 
Latham, Chicago. 4682 

Smooth as silk ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by P. E. McCoy. © 1 c. June 7, 
1937 ; D 50168 ; P. E. McCoy, Garden 
Grove, Calif. 4683 

So this is Arcadia? a play with a 
happy ending in 3 acts, by Cyril 
Kay-Scott [pseud, of F. C. Wellmanj 
and Alice Kay-Scott [pseud, of A. W. 
Flanders] © 1 c. June 12, 1937; 
D 50246; Frederick Creighton Well- 
man and Alice Wellman Flanders, 
New York. 4684 

Social security; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
A. Herzoff and W. Lawrence. © 1 c. 
June 21, 1937 ; D 50421 : Archie Herz- 
off, Chicago, and Wayne Lawrence, 
Wilton, Conn. 4685 



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Some person unknown ; by Lai Norris. 
(In Eight one-act plays for women's 
institutes & clubs. London, James 
B. Pinker & son [1937] ) © Mar. 17. 
1937 : 1 c. May 7 ; D 50018 ; Lai Nor- 
ris, Beckenham. England. 4688 

Song of the sea : a play of the New 
England sea coast in 1 act, by Wil- 
liam Duncan Morse. Boston, Mass.. 
Los Angeles, Cal. [1937] 24 p. 
diagr. 12mo. (Baker's plays) <g 
May 4, 1937; 2 c. May 29; D 49992, 
Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 4687 

Song spots ; series A, nos. 1, 2, a tran- 
scribed radio program, by G. R. 
Wood. © 1 c. each June 15, 1937 ; D 
50344, 50345; George Rudd Wood, 
Hollywood, Calif. 4688, 4689 

series A, nos. 3-5. © 1 c. 

each June 15, 1937; D 50322-50324; 
George Rudd Wood, Hollywood, 
Calif. 4690-4692 

Sorrows of Han. See Short plays from 
twelve countries. 

Sous le ciel inarseillais ; comedie dra- 
ma tique et amusante en 5 actes et 1 
tableaux [par] Louis Dermeil [pseud, 
of G. Ponder] Paris, Editions Eugen 
Figuiere [1937] 189 p., 1 1. 12mo. 
© Mar. 20, 1937: 1 c. June 3; D 
50221 : Gaston Pomier, Marseille. 
France. 4693 

Spanish diggin's ; a fantasy in 1 act, by 
V. L. Baker. © 1 c. June 12, 1937; 
D 50272 ; Virgil Lvle Baker, Fayette- 
ville, Ark. 4694 

Spectacles. See Cupid with spectacles. 

Spiel, satz und sieg ; 3 akte von E. 
Bergengruen. © 1 c. June 18. 1937 ; 
D 50463 ; Edith Bergengruen. Berlin. 

4695 

Spindrift; a play in 3 acts, by M. M. 
Coxe. © 1 c. June 21, 1937; D 50419 : 
Maria M. Coxe. Drifton, Pa. 4696 

Spring harvest : a play in 3 acts, by H. 
Peavey and A. Henry. © 1 c. May 
28. 1937 : D 49968 : Harris Peavey and 
Austin Henry, Maplewood. N. J. 

4697 

Stable government. See Palace scenes. 

Stampede : a play in 2 acts, by O. Har- 
bach. © 1 c. June 11, 1937 ; D 50487 : 
Otto Ha r bach, Mamaroneek, N. Y. 

4698 

Star (A) danced; a play in 3 acts with 
prologue and epilogue, by F. Brad- 
shaw. © 1 c. June 3, 1937 ; D 50097 ; 
Fanny Bradshaw, New York. 4699 



Star from the East. See Palace scenes. 

State (A) deficit: by A. L. Zeller. © 

1 c. May 17, 1937: D 501G1; Arthur 
Louis Zeller, St. Louis. 4700 

Steam up ; by Jam Handy picture serv- 
ice, inc. © 1 c. June 9, 1937: D 
50201 ; Zenith radio Corp.. Chicago. 

4701 

Stockholm. See Polly pretends. 

Stop, look and listen ; a radio program 
for Look magazine, by Tec! Sills, Jean 
Y. Grombach, Leonard Holton, and 
Earl Sparling. © 1 c. June 9, 1937; 
D 50187 ; Grombach productions, inc., 
New York. 4702 

Stop Miss Adams. See First nighter. 

Story teller. See Scenes from child- 
hood. 

Story (The) teller's story. See Scenes 
from childhood. 

Streamline death. See First nighter. 

Student days ; a farce in 1 act, by 
George H. Westley. Boston, Mass., 
Los Angeles, Cal. [1937] 24 p. diagr. 
12mo. (Baker's plays) © Apr. 29. 
1937 ; 2 c. May 29 ; D 49991 ; Walter 
H. Baker co., Boston. 4703 

Study no. 1. See Ten international one- 
act plays. 

Sudler ; a play in 6 scenes, by O. Rockey. 
© 1 c. June 4, 1937 ; D 5015S ; Ordean 
Rockey, Los Angeles. 4704 

Summer harvest : by Jam Handy pic- 
ture service, inc. © 1 c. June 9, 1937 : 
D 50192; Coca-cola co., Atlanta. 4705 

Swallows. See Old school tie. 

Sweepstake blues. See Whitey makes 
the news. 

Sweet whistle ; or, Road kid, a play in 

2 acts, bv L. Bloomgarden. © 1 c. 
June 26, 1937 : D 50511 ; Lee Bloom- 
garden, Brooklyn. 4706 

Symon's expansion ; episodes nos. 1-9. 
a comedy play for the radio, by O. 
Valdemar. © 1 c. June 23. 1937 : D 
50456; Odette Valdemar, New York. 

4707 

Taps for Jubilee Jim; a play in 3 acts, 
by J. R. Cummins. © 1 c. June 12, 
1937; D 50255; John R. Cummins. 
Mineville. N. Y. 470'8 

Tar, the story of a midwestern child- 
hood. Sec Scenes from childhood. 

Ten hours of war. See Experiences of 
a million men. 



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Ten international one-act plays; by 
well known authors, collected and 
edited by Theodore Johnson. Bos- 
ton, Mass., Los Angeles, Cal. [1937] 
158 p. 12mo. (Baker's plays) Con- 
tents. — Bistro on the border (Bel- 
gian) by Frances W. Gross. — Chris- 
tabel (English) by Harold J. Ken- 
nedy. — Counter-charm, The (Irish) 
by Bernard Duffy. — Lincoln reckons 
up (American) by Henry Bailey 
Stevens. — Miser of Rogafjord, The 
(Norwegian) by Hermon Ould. — 
Moonlit way, The (Japanese) by 
Sada Cowan. — Nanny ( French ) . 
Adaptation by Percival Wilde. — Near 
thing, A (Scotch) by Joe Corrie. — 
Serpent's tooth, A (East Indian) by 
Essex Dane. — Study no. 1 (Polish) 
by Mary Curran. © May 20, 1937; 

2 c. May 29; D 49993; Walter H. 
Baker co., Boston. 4709 

Testing the Teazels; a 1-act play for 
four women, by Kathryn Wayne. 
Sioux City, la., 1931. 11 p. 12mo. 
© Sept. 15, 1931 ; 2 c. June 1, 1937 ; 
D 50339; Wetmore declamation bu- 
reau, Sioux City, la. 4710 

There is this night ; a 1 act play, by 
S. Matthews. © 1 c. June 1, 1937 ; 
D 50030; Sara Matthews, New York. 

4711 

There ought to be a law ; program 1. 
Door-to-door worker, by Otis Bowers. 
© 1 c. May 28, 1937 ; D 50368 ; Metro- 
politan radio productions, Chicago. 

4712 

There's nothing else like it ; by Jam 
Handy picture service, inc. © 1 c. 
June 9, 1937 ; D 50194 ; Frigidaire di- 
vision, General motors sales Corp., 
Dayton, O. 4713 

There was no story. See Whitey makes 
the news. 

These last days of freedom ; a satire in 

3 acts, by W. F. Ward. © 1 c. May 
28, 1937 ; D 50007 ; Wilbert Forsythe 
Ward, Wilmington, Calif. 4714 

They work with death ; broadcast 1, an 
original radio series, by H. Warwick. 
© 1 c. June 9, 1937 ; D 50174 ; How- 
ard Warwick, Brooklyn. 4715 

Thing (The) ; a mystery drama in 3 
acts, by J. G. Sampsel. © 1 c. June 
1, 1937 ; D 50046 ; John Guy Sampsel, 
Astoria, L. I., N. Y. 4716 

Third (The) evolution: Creation; in- 
cluding a presentation of Paradise 
on earth, a fantasy of animal and 



human life, in 4 scenes, by J. Hopp. 
© 1 c. May 28, 1937 ; D 49964 ; Julius 
Hopp, New York. 4717 

Third time of asking ; a romantic play 
of the time of the Mayflower, by 
Agnes M. Miall. London [1937] 
18 p. 12mo. ([French's acting edi- 
tion, no. 2092]) © May 31, 1937; 
1 c. June 21; D 50441; Samuel 
French, ltd., London. 4718 

Thirty day soldier. See Experiences 
of a million men. 

This is my life ; a play in 3 acts, by M. 
Duhan. ©> 1 c. June 4, 1937; D 
50111 ; Marjorie Duhan, New York. 

4719 

This practical world ; adapted by R. C. 
Fischer and F. M. Willis from the 
play Der dummkopf, by Ludwig 
Fulda. Rewritten version of The 
dullard. © 1 c. May 15, 1937; D 
50225; Robert C. Fischer and F. 
Milton Willis, Hollywood, Calif. 

4720 

This proud pilgrimage ; a poetic drama 
of America in 3 acts, by N. Rosten. 
© 1 c. June 1, 1937; D 50032; Nor- 
man Rosten, Brooklyn. 4721 

Three rovers are we ; a comedy in 2 
acts, by Herman Brunswick and E. 
S. Favor. © 1 c. May 21, 1937; D 
50366; Edith Sinclair Favor, Brook- 
lyn. 4722 

Three (The) working girls ; sketches 1, 
2, a radio script, by Ethel G. Sharpe. 
© 1 c. May 29, 1937 ; D 49998 ; Ethel 
Gladys Shapiro, New York. 4723 

Thrills ; program nos., 16-20, by For- 
rest Barnes. © 1 c. each June 14, 
1937; D 50285-50289; Amer. radio 
features, Los Angeles. 4724-4728 

Thru the door ; a play in 1 act, by A. 
Behrens. © 1 c. June 15, 1937; D 
50315 ; Arthur Behrens, Philadelphia. 

4729 

Thy mercy ; a play in 3 acts, by D. I. 
Taradash. © 1 c. June 19, 1937; 
D 50422; Daniel Irwin Taradash, 
New York. 4730 

Time to eat crow ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Frank Martin [i. e. F. B. Martin] 
© 1 c. June 21, 1937; D 50438; 
Francis B. Martin, Philadelphia. 

4731 

Tips for lazy husbands ; by Jam Handy 
picture service, inc. © 1 c. June 9, 
1937; D 50196; Household finance 
corp.> Chicago. 4732 



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To the living ; a pacifist play in 3 acts, 
by Roy Wilcox. © 1 c. June 8, 1937 ; 
D 50171 ; Roy Sherman Wilcox, Glens 
Falls, N. Y. 4733 

Toby helps out; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Anne Coulter Martens. Chicago 
[1937] 66 p. 12mo. © June 8, 
1937; 2 c. June 21; D 50425; Dra- 
matic pub. co., Chicago. 4734 

Tosca (La) ; an opera-drama in Eng- 
lish with excerpts from Puccini, a 
translation and adaptation for the 
motion picture screen, by J. K. Tem- 
pleton. Text. © 1 c. June 5, 1937; 
D 50016 ; Jeannette Kretschmer Tem- 
pleton, Chicago. 4735 

Tourists (The) ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Matt and Sam Taylor. © 1 c. June 
18, 1937; D 50376; Matt and Sam 
Taylor, Rye, N. Y. 4736 

Tournament plays ; thirteen 1-act plays 
never before published [by Albert W. 
Barker, Besse P. Gephert, Eugene 
Pillot, Harold Brighouse and others] 
New York, Los Angeles, [etc.] 1937. 
vii, 232 p. 12mo. Contents.— Head- 
lines from paradise. — A maid goes 
forth to war. — A little learning. — 
Alexander was great. — New leisure. — 
The marooning of Marilla. — The 
crime cure. — Caramels. — A dull even- 
ing. — The Uppin Arms affair. — Con- 
trast. — The little red geranium. — In 
Mrs. Saturday's shop. © Apr. 22, 
1937 ; 2 c. Apr. 27 ; D 50459 ; Samuel 
French, New York. 4737 

Town (The) meeting. See Honest 
Working girl. 

Traversata nera ; 3 atti di Bruno Corra 
e Giuseppe Achille. (In II Dramma, 
anno XII, n. 244, 15 ottobre, 1936) 
© Oct. 15, 1936; 1 c. Jan. 16, 1937; 
D 50060 ; Bruno Corra, Varese Italy, 
and Giuseppe Achille, Milan. 4738 

Treasure ship. Siee Ruairidh Roimh- 
ainmichte. 

Treasures in heaven ; a play in 1 act, 
by Francesca Falk Miller. Boston, 
Mass. [1937] 25 p. 12mo. (Na- 
tional league of American penwomen 
plays) © May 7, 1937; 2 c. May 
29; D 49980; Walter H. Baker co., 
Boston. 4739 

Turn over Artemis ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by B. G. Hufham. © 1 c. June 22, 
1937; D 50409; Billy Gary Hufham, 
Washington. 4740 



Turnip's (The) blood; a play in 3 acts, 
by S. Waller. © 1 c. June 28, 1937 ; 
D 50517; Syde Waller, Chicago. 

4741 

Tut tut's review & preview; a drama 
in 3 acts, by Advanzhus [pseud, of 
B. M. Berg] © 1 c. June 10, 1937; 
D 50243 ; Bert M. Berg, Port Angeles, 
Wash. 4742 

Twenty years ago this week; episode 
no 1, a radio program, by S. Shayon 
and R. L. Shayon. © 1 c. June 16, 
1937 ; D 50336 ; Robert Lewis Shayon 
& Samuel Shayon, New York. 4743 

Two hearts doubled ; a playlet by R. C. 
Sherriff. London, Samuel French, 
ltd. ; New York, Samuel French, inc. 
[etc., etc.] 1934. 9 p. 12mo. 
( [French's acting edition, no. 504] ) 
© Dec. 22, 1934; 1 c. June 10, 1937; 
D 50236 ; R. C. Sherriff, Rose Briars, 
Surrey, England. 4744 

Two old cockoos ; a dramatic composi- 
tion in 3 acts, by H. G. Stone. © 
1 c. May 19, 1937 ; D 50159 ; Harriett 
Goodrich Stone, Fort Atkinson, Wis. 

4745 

Uncle Luther ; a farce comedy in 3 
acts, by Bernard Fabrizi. © 1 c. 
June 14, 1937; D 50302; Bernard E. 
Fabrizi, New York. 4746 

Und neues leben blueht ! volksstuck in 
6 bildern, von Eugen Rex. Berlin, 
1937. 115 p. 8vo. © May 2, 1937 ; 
1 c. June 7; D 50220; Allegro thea- 
terverlag, Berlin. 4747 

Undaunted ; a play in 4 scenes, by M. 
M. Schimmel. © 1 c. June 11, 1937 ; 
D 50240; Minnie Miller Schimmel, 
Los Angeles. 4748 

Uppin Arms affair. See Tournament 
plays. 

Use your imagination ; a play in 3 acts, 
by M. S. Kirkland. © 1 c. June 10, 
1937; D 50248; Marion S. Kirkland, 
Elgin, 111. 4749 

Vaclav, the bandit. See Short plays 
from twelve countries. 

Valley Forge; a play in 3 acts, by 
Maxwell Anderson. New York, 
N. Y., Los Angeles, Calif, [etc., etc.] 
Samuel French [1937] 128 p. plates, 
diagrs. 12mo. © June 2, 1937 ; 2 c. 
June 7 ; D 50153 ; Maxwell Anderson, 
New York. 4750 

Vezir of Lankuran. See Short plays 
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Vic and Sade ; May 3-31, 1937, by Paul 
Rhymer. © 1 c. each June 9, 1937 ; 
D 50186; Procter & Gamble co., Cin- 
cinnati. 4751 

Voices ; a dramatic spectacle in 3 acts, 
by L. E. Gibson. Revised and en- 
larged production. © 1 c. May 21, 
1937; D 50155; Lemuel Eshelman 
Gibson, Des Moines. 4752 

Volume merchandising; by Jan Handy 
picture service, inc. © 1 c. June 9, 
1937 ; D 50197 ; Morey mercantile co., 
Denver. 4753 

Voyageur (Le) sans bagage; piece en 
5 tableaux [par] Jean Anouilh. 
Paris, 1937. 23, [2] p. illus. 4to. 
([La Petite illustration, no. 817]) 
© Apr. 10, 1937; 1 c. May 26; D 
50223; Jean Anouihl, Paris. 4754 

Was Miss America murdered? See 
Your witness. 

Way (The) to his heart; a comedy 
sketch in 1 act for six women, by 
Vera I. Arlett. (In Eight one-act 
plays for women's institutes & clubs. 
London, James B. Pinker & son 
[1937] ) © Mar. 17, 1937 ; 1 c. May 
7; D 50013; Vera Arlett, Worthing, 
England. 4755 

We regret to announce; a comedy in 
1 act, by Norman Ryder. [London] 
Play rights & publications, ltd. 
[1937] 21 p. 8vo. © June 9, 1937 ; 
1 c. June 9 ; D 50218 ; Norman Ryder, 
Wolverhampton, England. 4756 

We who drift ; a modern drama in 3 
acts, by T. Becker. © 1 c. June 14, 
1937 ; D 50301 ; Tillie Becker, Chicago. 

4757 

What about me?; by Jam Handy pic- 
ture service, inc. © 1 c. June 9, 1937 ; 
D 50199; General motors sales Corp., 
Pontiac motor division, Pontiac, Mich. 

4758 

What every man needs ; a play, by Mary 
C. Gore. © 1 c. June 19, 1937; D 
50408; Mary Carroll Gore, Ridgefield, 
Conn. 4759 

What's the big idea; June 1, 1937, by 
Latham Ovens and Syd Cornell. © 

1 c. June 10, 1937 ; D 5025O ; Crosley 
radio corp., Cincinnati. 4760 

What's the matter with Ike? ; a play in 

2 acts, by A. Goodman. © 1 c. June 
11, 1937; D 50284; Ada Goodman, 
Minneapolis. 4761 



What shall it profit? a play in 1 act, 
by Elliot Field. Boston, Mass., Los 
Angeles, Cal. [1937] 32 p. 12mo. 
(Baker's plays) © Apr. 28, 1937; 

2 c. May 29; D 49989; Walter H. 
Baker co., Boston. 4762 

When lightning strikes; or, Anything 
could happen, a short play in 1 act, by 
Bud Vons [pseud, of H. B. von Carls- 
hausen] © 1 c. May 11, 1937; D 
50278; Hermann Buderus von Carls- 
hausen, San Quentin, Calif. 4763 

Where's that bomb? a comedy in 2 acts, 
by Roger Gullan [pseud, of Henry 
Hodge] and Buckley Roberts [pseud, 
of Robert Buckland] London [1937] 

3 p. 1., 34 p. diagr. 12mo. © Feb. 
25, 1937 ; 1 c. Apr. 21 ; D 50439 ; Law- 
rence & Wishart, ltd., London. 4764 

Whitechapel (The) murder; a tragedy 
in 3 acts, by L. E. Schoen. © 1 c. 
June 2, 1937; D 50127; Lester E, 
Schoen, New York. 4765 

Whitey makes the news ; episodes 1-3, 
radio series, by E. S. Isaacs and R. A. 
Porter. Contents. — episode 1. Whom 
the shoe fits. — episode 2. Sweepstake 
blues. — episode 3. There was no story. 
© 1 c. May 11, 1937 ; D 50157 ; Edith 
S. Isaacs, New York. 4766 

Whom the shoe fits. Bee Whitey makes 
the news. 

Wicked (The) city; a play in 3 scenes, 
by John McMahill, jr. © 1 c. May 5, 
1937; D 50028; John McMahill, jr., 
Chicago. 4767 

Will you be mine? a comedy in 4 acts, 
by Stanley Kauffmann. © 1 c. June 
25, 1937; D 50515; Stanley Jules 
Kauffmann, New York. 4768 

Wings of an angel ; a satiric farce in 3 
acts, by J. F. Follmann, jr. © 1 c. 
June 11, 1937; D 50242; Joseph F. 
Follmann, jr., Philadelphia. 4769 

Wiring for the fingerbowls. See Honest 
working girl. 

Wise is the tree ; a play in 4 acts, by A. 
Greendale. © 1 c. May 28, 1937 ; D 
50020; Alexander Greendale, New 
York. 4770 

Wise (The) men at the well; a Christ- 
mas play, by Esther Willard Bates. 
Boston, Mass., Los Angeles, Cal. 
[1937] 27 p. 12mo. (Baker's plays) 
© May 20, 1937; 2 c. May 29; D 
49979; Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 

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pt. i, n. s., v. 10 



With cross and crown in every land; a 
pageant story of the services and re- 
wards of one hundred years of for- 
eign mission work of the Presbyterian 
church, U. S. A., by William Chal- 
mers Covert. In 7 episodes. New 
York [1937] 46 p. 8vo. Cover-title. 
© May 28, 1937 ; 2 c. and aff . June 3 ; 
AA 235497 ; Board of foreign mis- 
sions of the Presbyterian church in 
the U. S. A., New York. 4772 

Woman (The) in white; no. 1, a radio 
serial, by I. PhilliDS. © 1 c. June 
15, 1937 ; D 50831 ; Irna Phillips, Chi- 
cago. 4773 

Woman of Wall street. See First 
nighter. 

Y coupe du papier toute la journee ; or, 
Les dettes, [par Denise Boas] Paris, 
1937. 10 1. fol. Cover-title. © Feb. 
28, 1937 ; 1 c. May 26; D 50224 ; Denise 
Boas, Paris. 4774 

You can't miss ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
S. Smith and Marvin Mostwill. © 
1 c. June 4, 1937; D 50110; Sylvia 
Smith, Newark, N. J. 4775 



Young folks ; episode no. 1, a radio 
continuity, by McCann-Erickson, inc. 
© 1 c. June 26, 1937; D 50497; Mc- 
Cann-Erickson, inc., New York. 4776 

Young Hickory ; no. D-l-D-19, by W. J. 
Murphy. © 1 c. each June 9, 1937; 
D 50177; Procter & Gamble co., Cin- 
cinnati. 4777 

Your home and happiness ; a complete 
radio dramatic script, by W. White, 
jr. © 1 c. May 21, 1937; D 50036; 
Walter White, jr., Los Angeles. 4778 

Your Nu-enamel opportunity ; by Jam 
Handy picture service, inc. © 1 c. 
June 9, 1937; D 50198; Nu-enamel 
corp., Cleveland. 4779 

Your witness ; script no. 2, Death of the 
sleeping beauty ; or, Was Miss Amer- 
ica murdered? a radio drama, by 
A. E. Scott, jr. © 1 c. June 11, 1937 ; 
D 50429 ; Ashmead E. Scott, jr., Bev- 
erly Hills, Calif. 4780 

20 years ago this week. See Twenty 
years ago this week. 

23 Skidoo. See Death Valley days. 



Number of entries of dramas included in part 1, group 3, of the catalog 
since Jan. 1, 1937 : 

Dramatic compositions (including 3,219 unpublished) 3,567 

Dramatic compositions in foreign languages (including 131 unpub- 
lished) 334 

Dramatico-musical compositions (including 52 unpublished) 74 

Dramatico-musical compositions in foreign languages (including 5 
unpublished) 26 

Total 4, 001 



206 



TITLES OF DRAMAS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS 
BEEN RENEWED UNDER SECTIONS 23 AND 24 OF THE ACT OF 
MARCH 4, 1909 [4780 



Admiral Peters ; comedy in 1 act, by 
W. W. Jacobs and H. Mills. © 
W. W. Jacobs and Horace Mills, Lon- 
don, as the authors. R 58656, June 
11, 1937. 1 

Adventure (The) of Lady Ursula; a 
comedy in 4 acts, by Anthony Hope 
[pseud, of Sir Anthony Hope Haw- 
kins] © Lady Elizabeth Somerville 
Hawkins, Walton-on-the-Hill, Tad- 
worth, Surrey, England, as the wid- 
ow of the author. R 58734, June 18, 
1937. 2 

Allison's lad, and other martial inter- 
ludes ; being six 1 act dramas, by 
Beulah Marie Dix [i. e. B. M. D. 
Flebbe] Contents. — Allison's lad. — 
The hundredth trick. — The weakest 
link. — The snare and the fowler. — 
The captain of the gate. — The dark 
of the dawn. © Beulah Marie Dix 
Flebbe, Beverly Hills, Calif., as the 
author. R 56986, June 2, 1937. 3 

Baby mine ; domestic farce in 3 acts, by 
M. Mayo. © Margaret Mayo, New 
York, as the author. R 58830, July 
10, 1937. 4 

Barrier (The) ; a clash in 4 acts, by 
E. W. Presbrey, founded on the novel 
of the same name by Rex Beach. © 
Alice L. Presbrey, Hollywood, Calif., 
as the widow of the author. R 
58326, May 12, 1937. 5 

Case (The) of rebellious Susan; a 
play in 3 acts, by Henry Arthur 
Jones. © Dorinda Thorne, London, 
as the child of the deceased author. 
R 56878, May 22, 1937. 6 

Come Michaelmas ; play in 1 act, by 
Keble Howard [pseud, of J. K. Bell] 
© Pearl Bell, London, as the widow 
of the author. R 58509, May 24, 
1937. 7 

Coming to; or, Coming to their senses, 
a 4-act play, by C. H. Garrett. © 
Charles Hall Garrett, Atlantic City, 
N. J., as the author. R 58273, Mav 
4, 1937. 8 

Coming to their senses. See Coming to. 

Costaud (Le) des epinettes ; comedie 
en 3 actes, par T. Bernard et A. Athis 



[pseud, of L. Alfred Natanson] © 
Tristan Bernard, Paris, as one of the 
authors. R 57083, June 7, 1937. 9 

Danseur (Le) inconnu ; comedie en 3 
actes, par T. Bernard. © Tristan 
Bernard, Paris, as the author. R 
58418, May 20, 1937. 10 

Dear (The) departed; a comedy in 1 
act, by Stanley Houghton. © Eilen 
Muriel Caw, Chorlton-cum-Hardy, 
Manchester, England, as the next of 
kin of the author, who is not living. 
R 57075, June 9, 1937. 11 

Dolly reforming herself; a comedy in 
4 acts, by Henry Arthur Jones. © 
Dorinda Thorne, Knightsbridge, 
Chelsea, England, as the child of the 
deceased author. R 57071, June 9, 
1937. 12 

Dramatist (The) at home; a duologue 
in 1 act, by Keble Howard [pseud, 
of John Keble Bell] © Pearl Bell, 
London, as the widow of the author. 
R 58508, May 24, 1937. 13 

Fallen fairies ; or, The wicked world, 
original opera in 2 acts, by W. S. 
Gilbert, composed by Edward Ger- 
man. Libretto. © Lady Lucy Gil- 
bert, Harrow Weald, Middlesex, Eng- 
land, as the widow of the author. 
R 58435, Apr. 28, 1937. 14 

Follies of the day; by B. Gerard. © 
Barney Gerard, White Plains, N. Y., 
as the author. R 58317, May 12. 
1937. 15 

Her vote; comedy in 1 act, by H. V. 
Esmond. © Eva Moore Esmond, 
Maidenhead, Berk, England, as the 
widow of the author. R 58733, June 
18, 1937. 16 

Interrupted honeymoon; 1-act sketch, 
by E. W. Quaife. © Elise West 
Quaife, Tompkins Cove, N. Y., as 
the author. R 58732, June 18, 1937. 

17 

Little Mrs. Cummin ; comedy in 3 acts, 
by R. Pryce. © Richard Pryce, Lon- 
don, as the author. R 57074, June 9, 
1937. 18 



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19 



pt. i, n. s., v. 10 



Men who loved Mamie ; by C. W. Hogg. 
©> Cyril Wentworth Hogg, London, 
as the author. R 58507, May 24, 
1937. 19 

Naked (The) truth; farcial comedy in 
3 acts, by George Paston and W. B. 
Maxwell. © Alice Evans, London, 
as the next of kin of one of the 
authors, who is not living. It 57072, 
June 9, 1937. 20 

Palm Beach; book by Ballard Mac- 
Donald and Lon Hascall, lyrics by 
Ballard MacDonald, music by Leo 



Edwards. Libretto only. © Betty 
Chapin MacDonald, Berkeley, Calif., 
as the widow of the author. R 58372 
May 11, 1937. 21 

Peintre (Le) exigeant; comedie en 1 
acte, par T. Bernard. © Tristan 
Bernard, Paris, as the author. R 
58241, May 6, 1937. 22 

Visit (The) ; play in 1 act, by R. 
Pryce. © Richard Pryce, London, 
as the author. R 57073, June 9, 1937. 

23 

Wicked world. See Fallen fairies. 



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CLASSES L AND M 

MOTION PICTURES 



Affairs of Cappy Ricks ; based on story 
by Peter B. Kyne, original screen 
play by Lester Cole, directed by 
Ralph Stanb. 7 reels. © May 24, 
1937 ; 2 c. and description June 28 ; 
L 7230 ; Republic pictures corp., New 
York. 4781 

Alpine grandeur ; no. 2029, dialogue by 
Ira Genet, narrated by Alan Kent, 
edited by Bert Frank. Reel. © June 
1, 1937 ; 2 c. and description June 1 ; 
M 7458 ; Vitaphone corp., New York. 

4782 

Another dawn ; original and screen 
play by Laird Doyle, directed by Wil- 
liam Dieterle. 10 reels. © Apr. 29, 
1937 ; 2 c. and description June 10 ; 
L 7191 ; Warner bros. pictures, inc., 
New York. 4783 

Any man's wife ; from the story 
Michael O'Halloran by Gene Strat- 
ton-Porter, screen play by Adele 
Buffington, directed by Karl Brown. 
7 reels. © June 1, 1937; 2 c. and 
description June 11 ; L 7194 ; Repub- 
lic pictures corp., New York. 4784 

Armored car ; original story by William 
A. Pierce, screen play by Lewis R. 
Foster and Robert N. Lee, directed by 
Lewis R. Foster. 7 reels. © June 
10, 1937; 2 c. June 10; description 
June 11 ; L 7197 ; Universal pictures 
co., inc., New York. 4785 

Beach sports. (Bill Corum no. 11) 
Reel. © June 4, 1937 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription June 7 ; M 7483 ; Van 
Beuren corp., New York. 4786 

Behind the headlines ; story by Thomas 
Ahearn, screen play by Edmund L, 
Hartmann and J. Robert Bren, di- 
rected by Richard Rosson. 6 reels. 
© May 14, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
June 1 ; L 7167 ; RKO-radio pictures, 
inc., New York. 4787 

Beware of mental-itis. 2 reels. © Feb. 
18, 1937; 2 c. June 7; description 
May 1; M 7489; Robert Moore Mc- 
Intire, Des Moines. 4788 

Border cafe; from the story In the 
Mexican quarter by Thomas Gill, 
screen play by Lionel Houser, di- 
rected by Lew Landers. 7 reels. © 
June 4, 1937 ; 2 c. and description June 
17 ; L 7208 ; RKO-radio pictures, inc., 
New York. 4789 



Brink (The) of doom. See Wild West 
days. 

Building a budget business. Reel. © 
May 14, 1937 ; 2 c. May 26 ; descrip- 
tion May 29; M 7463; AudiVision, 
inc., New York. 4790 

Bullet-proof. © title, description and 
605 prints reed. June 14, 1937; M 
7511 ; Frigidaire corp., Dayton, O. 

4791 

Captains courageous ; [by Rudyard 
Kipling], screen play by John Lee 
Mahin, Marc Connelly and Dale Van 
Every, directed by Victor Fleming. 
12 reels. © Apr. 21, 1937; 2 c. and 
description June 8 ; L 7187 ; Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New York. 

4792 

Charlie Chan at the Olympics; based 
on the character Charlie Chan cre- 
ated by Earl Derr Biggers, original 
story by Paul Burger, screen play by 
Robert Ellis and Helen Logan, di- 
rected by H. Bruce Humberstone. 7 
reels. © May 21, 1937; 2 c. and 
description June 1 ; L 7170 ; Twen- 
tieth century-Fox film corp., New 
York. 4793 

Cherokee (The) strip; story by Ed. 
Earl Repp, screen play by Joseph K. 
Watson and Luci Ward, directed by 
Noel Smith. 6 reels. © Mar. 18, 
1937; 2 c. and description June 14; 
L 7201; Warner bros. pictures, inc., 
New York. 4794 

Circus winter quarters ; text by Harold 
McCracken, narration by Alois Hav- 
rilla. (World on parade, no. 11) 
Reel. © May 14, 1937; 2 c. and 
description June 7 ; M 7484 ; Van 
Beuren corp., New York. 4795 

Coach (A) for Cinderella. © title, 
description and 260' prints reed. June 
14, 1937; M 7512; Chevrolet motor 
division, General motors sales corp., 
Detroit. 4796 

Come on, cowboys ; based on characters 
created by William Colt MacDonald, 
original screen play by Betty Bur- 
bridge, directed by Joseph Kane. 6 
reels. © May 24, 1937; 2 c. and 
description June 11 ; L 7195 ; Repub- 
lic pictures corp., New York. 4797 



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4798 



pt. i, n. s., v. 10 



Community sing ; no. 4. Reel. © June 
8, 1937 ; 2 c. June 8 ; description June 
18; M 7530; Columbia pictures corp. 
of Calif., ltd., Los Angeles. 4798 

Country (The) store; story by Walter 
Lantz and Victor McLeod, artist, La- 
verne Harding, Jack Dunham and 
Leo Salkin. (Meany, Miny, Moe) 
Reel. © June 25, 1937 ; 2 c. June 26 ; 
description June 29 ; M 7546 ; Uni- 
versal pictures co., inc., New York. 

4799 

Crime does not pay. See Secret agent 
X-9. 

Crystal ballet; scenario by Margot 
Blaisdell, directed by Gordon Spar- 
ling. Reel. © May 28, 1937; 2 c. 
and description June 11 ; L 7199 ; 
Skibo productions, inc., New York. 

4800 

Dangerous holiday ; original story by 
Karen DeWolf and Barry Shipman, 
screen play by and directed by 
Nicholas Barrows. 6 reels. © June 
7, 1937 ; 2 c. and description June 28 ; 
L 7229; Republic pictures corp., New 
York. 4801 

Dark journey ; film play by Lajos Biro, 
scenario and dialogue by Arthur 
Wimperis, directed by Victor Saville. 
8 reels. © June 21, 1937; 2 c. and 
description June 21 ; L 7217 ; London 
film prods., ltd., Denham, Uxbridge, 
Middlesex, England. 4802 

Day (A) at the races; original story 
by Robert Pirosh and George Seaton, 
screen play by Robert Pirosh, George 
Seaton and George Oppenheimer, di- 
rected by Sam Wood. 12 reels. © 
June 10, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
June 17 ; L 7207 ; Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer corp., New York. 4803 

Devil (The) is driving; story by Lee 
Loeb and Harold Buchman, screen 
play by Jo Milward and Richard 
Blake, directed by Harry Lachman. 
7 reels. © June 1, 1937; 2 c. June 
1 ; description June 2 ; L 7173 ; Colum- 
bia pictures corp. of Calif., ltd., Los 
Angeles. 4804 

Dick Tracy; episodes 7-15, based on 
cartoon strip by Chester Gould, origi- 
nal story by Morgan Cox and 
George Morgan, screen play by Barry 
Shipman and Winston Miller, directed 
by Ray Taylor and Alan James. 13 
reels. © May 13. 1937; 2 c. and 
description June 29; L 7234; Re- 
public pictures corp., New York. 

4805 



Doomed at sundown ; original story by 
Fred Myton, screen play and adapta- 
tion by George H. Plympton, di- 
rected by Sam Newfield. 6 reels. © 
June 7, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
June 28; L 7228; Republic pictures 
corp., New York. 4806 

Ducky n Busty ; by Lime Telag [pseud. 
of Emile Gallet] © title, descrip- 
tion and 16 prints reed. May 27, 
1937; M 7518; Emile Gallet, New 
York. 4807 

Dumb's the word ; story by Charles 
Roberts and George Jeske, directed 
by Leslie Goodwins. (Kennedy no. 
5) 2 reels. © June 11, 1937; 2 c. 
and description June 17; L 7209; 
RKO-radio pictures, inc., New York. 

4S'08 

Equipage (L') See Woman (The) I 
love. 

Escape from Devil's island ; story by 
Fred De Gresac, screen play by Earle 
Snell and Fred Niblo, jr., directed 
by Albert S. Rogell. 7 reels. © 
Nov. 5, 1935 ; 2 c. June 19, 1937 ; de- 
scription June 22 ; L 7218 ; Columbia 
pictures corp., New York. 4809 

Fidelity new to radio. STR C-37-1A. 
Reel. © June 12, 1937 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription June 25 ; M 7548 ; Audi- 
Vision, inc., New York. 4810 

Fifty (The) year barter; narration by 
Robert Sherwood, directed by Leon- 
ard Poole. Reel. © June 2, 1937; 
2 c. June 4; description June 18; M 
7529; Columbia pictures corp- of 
Calif., ltd., Los Angeles. 48H 

Fight (A) to the finish; story and 
screen play by Harold Shumate, di- 
rected by C. C. Coleman, jr. 6 reels. 
© June 16, 1937 ; 2 c. June 16 ; de- 
scription June 18; L 7212; Columbia 
pictures corp. of Calif., ltd., Los 
Angeles. 4812 

Fit to win ; narrative by Jack Kofoed, 
described by Ford Bond. Reel. © 
May 6, 1937; 2 c. June 4; descrip- 
tion June 5 ; M 7481 ; Columbia pic- 
tures corp. of Calif., ltd., Los Ange- 
les. 4813 

Florida cowboy; text by Harold Mc- 
Cracken, narration by Alois Havrilla, 
(World on parade, no. 11) Reel. © 
June 3, 1937: 2 c. and description 
June 3; M 7469; Van Beuren corp., 
New York. 4S14 

Fly-away baby ; from an idea by 
Dorothy Kilgallen, screen play by 
Don Ryan and Kenneth Garnet, di- 



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no. 6, 1937 



4834 



rected by Frank McDonald. 6 reels. 
© Apr. 26, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
June 14 ; L 7200 ; Warner bros. pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 48i5 

Friml favorites ; continuity by Milton 
Hocky, directed by Fred Waller. 
Reel. © June 4, 1937 ; 2 c. June 18 ; 
description June 17 ; M 7531 ; Para- 
mount pictures, inc., New York. 

4816 

From bad to worse ; story by Del Lord, 
screen play by Felix Adler, directed 
by Del Lord. 2 reels. © May 19, 
1937; 2 c. May 19; description May 
29 ; L 7162 ; Columbia pictures corn, 
of Calif., ltd., Los Angeles. 4817 

G-E (The) radio four step selling plan. 
Reel. © June 8, 1937 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription June 25; M 7549; AudiVis- 
ion, inc., New York. 4818 

Getting the name on the line. Reel. 
© May 17, 1937; 2 c. May 27; de- 
scription May 29; M 7456; Chrysler 
Corp., Detroit. 4819 

Girls ahoy ; story by Arthur Jarre tt 
and Marcy Klauber, produced by Al 
Christie. 2 reels. © June 11, 1937 ; 
2 c. and description June 21 ; L 7214 ; 
Educational films corp. of America, 
New York. 4820 

Girls can play ; story by Albert De 
Mond, screen play and direction by 
Lambert Hillyer. 6 reels. © June 
8, 1937; 2 c. June 8; description 
June 10 ; L 7193 ; Columbia pictures 
corp. of Calif., ltd., Los Angeles. 

4821 

Go-getter (The) ; story by Peter B. 
Kyne, screen play by Delmer Daves, 
directed by Busby Berkeley. 10 
reels. © Mar. 18, 1937; 2 c. and 
description June 10 ; L 7192 ; Warner 
bros. pictures, inc., New York. 

4822 

Grand (The) bounce; directed by Jac- 
ques Tourneur. (A Pete Smith 
specialty) Reel. © June 14, 1937; 
2 c. and description June 24; M 
7541 ; Metro-Gold wyn-Mayer corp., 
New York. 4823 

Great (The) hospital mystery; based 
on a story by Mignon Eberhart, 
screen play by Bess Meredyth, Wil- 
liam Conselman and Jerry Cady, di- 
rected by James Tinling. 6 reels. © 
May 14, 1937; 2 c. and description 
June 1; L 7169; Twentieth century- 
Fox film corp., New York. 4824 

Hamlet and eggs ; story by Tim Ryan, 
directed by William Watson. 2 reels. 



© June 18, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
June 21; L 7215; Educational films 
corp. of America, New York. 4825 

Harold Bell Wright's It happened out 
West. See It happened out West. 

Her accidental hero ; story by Forbes 
Dawson, directed by William Wat- 
son. 2 reels. © May 21, 1937 ; 2 c. 
and description June 7 ; L 7183 ; 
Educational films corp. of America, 
New York. 4826 

Heroes of the Alamo; by Roby Wentz. 
© title, description and 239 prints 
reed. June 1, 1937; L 7182; Sunset 
productions, inc., Los Angeles. 4827 

Hindenburg (The) disaster; by Walter 
Kimble Schenck. Reel. © June 12, 
1937; 2 c. and description June 14; 
M 7507; Harold Nelson Schenck, 
Rutherford, N. J. 4828 

His majesty's pyjamas. See Love in 
exile. 

Hollywood cowboy; original screen 
play by Dan Jarrett and Ewing 
Scott, directed by Ewing Scott. 7 
reels. © May 28, 1937 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription June 1 ; L 7166 ; RKO-radio 
pictures, inc. and George A. Hirli- 
man productions, inc., New York. 

4829> 

Hotel Haywire ; story, original story 
and screen play by Preston Sturges, 
directed by George Archainbaud. 7 
reels. © June 4, 1937; 2 c. and de- 
scription June 9 ; L 7189 ; Paramount 
pictures, inc., New York. 4830 

Hound (The) and the rabbit. (A Hugh 
Rudolf Harman-Ising cartoon in 
technicolor) Reel. © June 2, 1937 ; 
2 c. and description June 8 ; M 7488 ; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New 
York. 4831 

Hudson gets the vote. Reel. © May 
19, 1987; 2 c. May 26; description 
May 29; M 7465; Audi Vision, inc., 
New York. 4832 

I cover the war ; original story idea by 
Barnard McConville, screen play by 
George Waggner, directed by Arthur 
Lubin. 7 reels. © June 22, 1937; 
2 c. and description June 23 ; L 7223 ; 
Universal pictures co., inc., New 
York. 4833 

I met him in Paris; based on a story 
by Helen Meinardi, screen play by 
Claude Binyon, directed by Wesley 
Ruggles. 9 reels. © May 28, 1937 ; 
2 c. and description June 9 ; L 7188 ; 
Paramount pictures, inc., New York. 

4834 



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pt. i, n.. s., v. 10 



Impractical (The) joker; animated by 
Thomas Johnson and Frank Endres, 
directed by Dave Fleischer. (Betty 
Boop cartoon) Reel, © June 18, 
1937 ; 2 c. and description June 23 ; 
M 7538; Paramount pictures, inc., 
New York. 4835 

In the Mexican quarter. See Border 
cafe. 

In your mirror. © title, description 
and 1023 prints reed. June 14, 1937 ; 
M 7513; Procter & Gamble co., Cin- 
cinnati. 4836 

It can't last forever; story and screen 
play by Lee Loeb and Harold Buch- 
man, directed by Hamilton MacFad- 
den. 7 reels. © June 24, 1937 ; 2 c. 
June 24 ; description June 28 ; L 
7227 ; Columbia pictures corp. of 
Calif., ltd., Los Angeles. 4837 

It happened out West ; [by Harold Bell 
Wright], screen play by Earle Snell 
and John Roberts, directed by How- 
ard Bretherton. 6 reels. © May 7, 
1937 ; 2 c. and description June 1 ; 
L 7171 ; Principal productions, inc., 
New York. 4838 

Jump for glory. See When thief meets 
thief. 

Jusserand ; by Edmund Francis Hack- 
ett. © title, description and 3 prints 
reed. June 15, 1937; M 7519; Inter- 
national business machines Corp., 
New York. 4839 

Kipling's (Rudyard) Captains coura- 
geous. See Captains courageous. 

Last (The) train from Madrid; based 
on a story by Paul Hervey Fox and 
Elsie Fox, screen play by Louis 
Stevens and Robert Wyler, directed 
by James Hogan. 8 reels. © June 
11, 1937; 2 c. June 18; description 
June 17; L 7213; Paramount pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 4840 

Lawman (A) is born; original story by 
Harry F. Olmsted, screen play and 
adaptation by George H. Plympton, 
directed by Sam Newfield. 7 reels. 
© June 21, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
June 28; L 7233; Republic pictures 
corp., New York. 4841 

Life (The) of Edward; by Eugene 
Castle. Reel. © June 12, 1937 ; 2 c. 
and description June 18; M 7536; 
Castle films, inc., New York. 4842 

Little ol' Bosko and the pirates. 
(Hugh Rudolf Harman-Ising cartoon 
in technicolor) Reel. © May 5, 
1937 ; 2 c. and description June 1 ; 



M 7460 ; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., 
New York. 4843 

Lodge night ; story and screen play by 
Ewart Adamson, directed by Preston 
Black. 2 reels. © June 1, 1937 ; 2 c. 
June 1 ; description June 2 ; L 7172 ; 
Columbia pictures corp. of Calif., 
ltd., Los Angeles. 4844 

Love in a bungalow ; original story by 
Eleanore Griffin and William Ran- 
kin, screen play by Austin Parker, 
Karen De Wolf and James Mul- 
hauser, directed by Raymond B. Mc- 
Carey. 7 reels. © June 14, 1937; 
2 c. and description June 15 ; L 7204 ; 
Universal pictures co., inc., New 
York. 4845 

Love in arms ; story by Arthur Jarrett 
and Marcy Klauber, produced by Al 
Christie. 2 reels. © May 28, 1937; 
2 c. and description June 11 ; L 7198 ; 
Educational films corp. of America, 
New York. 4846 

Love in exile ; adapted from Gene 
Markey's novel His majesty's pyja- 
mas, screen play by Roger Burford 
and Ernest Betts, directed by Alfred 
L. Werker. 6 reels. © Sept. 21, 
1936; 1 c. and description June 2, 
1937; L 7174; Gaumont British pic- 
ture corp. of America, New York. 

4847 

Love is news ; story by William R. Lip- 
man and Frederick Stephani, screen 
play by Harry Tugend and Jack 
Yellen, directed by Tay Garnett. 9 
reels. © Feb. 26, 1937 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription June 17 ; L 7205 ; Twentieth 
century-Fox film corp., New York. 

4848 

Man (The) who found himself; from 
the. story Wings of mercy by Alice 
F. Curtis, screen play by J. Robert 
Bren, Edmund L. Hartmann, G. V. 
Atwater and Thomas Lennon, di- 
rected by Lew Landers. 7 reels. 
© Apr. 2, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
June 7 ; L 7186 ; RKO-radio pictures, 
inc., New York. 4849 

March (The) of Time; v. 3, 2 reels 
each. © Time, inc., New York. 

4850, 4851 
No. 10. © May 14, 1937; 2 c. and 

description June 3 ; M 7470. 
No. 11. © June 11, 1937; 2 c. and 
description June 17; M 7526. 

Masque (The) raid; story by Allen 
Rose, animation by Harry Love. 
Reel. © June 15, 1937 ; 2 c. June 15 ; 
description June 18 ; M 7527 ; Screen 
gems, inc., Los Angeles. 4852 



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4894 



Mechanical (The) cow; by Paul Terry 
and Jack Zander. Reel. © June 25, 
1937 ; 2 c. and description June 28 ; 
M 7543 ; Terry toons, inc., New Ro- 
chelle, N. Y. 4853 

Michael O'Halloran. See Any man's 
wife. 

Michael Strogoff. See Soldier (The) 
and the lady. 

Morning, noon and night club ; ani- 
mated by Willard Bowsky and George 
Germanetti, directed by Dave Flei- 
scher. Reel. © June 18, 1937 ; 2 c. 
and description June 23 ; M 7539 ; 
Paramount pictures, inc., New York. 

4854 

Mountain music ; based on a story by 
MacKinlay Kantor, screen play by 
John C. Moffitt, Duke Atteberry, Rus- 
sel Crouse and Charles Lederer, di- 
rected by Robert Florey. 8 reels. 
© June 18, 1937; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion June 23 ; L 7222 ; Paramount 
pictures, inc., New York. 4855 

Movietone news ; v. 19, no. 62-70, pro- 
duced by Truman Talley. 1 reel 
each. © Apr. 15, 20, 22, 27, 29, May 
4, 6, 11, 13, 1937; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion each June 3 ; M 7471-7479 ; 
Movietonews, inc., New York. 

4856-4864 

My little feller ; screen play by Ewart 
Adamson, directed by Charles La- 
mont. 2 reels. © May 15, 1937; 
2 c. May 15; description May 29; 
L 7161 ; Columbia pictures corp. of 
Calif., ltd., Los Angeles. 4865 

New tubes — new profits. Reel. © June 
24, 1937; 2 c. and description June 
26; M 7544; AudiVision, inc., New 
York. 4866 

Ohio, the Buckeye state; pt. 1. © 
title, description and 52 prints reed. 
June 24, 1937 ; M 7540 ; State of Ohio, 
Department of education, Columbus, 
O. 4867 

Olympic (The) games; by Edmund 
Francis Hackett. © title, descrip- 
tion and 3 prints reed. June 15, 1937 ; 
M 7520; International business ma- 
chines Corp., New York. 4868 

One man justice ; story by William Colt 
MacDonald, screen play by Paul 
Perez, directed by Leon Barsha. 6 
reels. © June 21, 1937; 2 c. June 
21; description June 28; L 7226; 
Columbia pictures corp. of Calif., ltd., 
Los Angeles. 4869 



Ornamental swimming ; text by Margot 
Blaisdell, narrated by Corey Thom- 
son, directed by Gordon Sparling. 
Reel. © June 4, 1937; 2 c. and de- 
scription June 11; M 7492; Skibo 
productions, inc., New York. 4870 

Ozzie Ostrich comes to town ; by Paul 
Terry, Mannie Davis and George 
Gordon. Reel. © May 28, 1937 ; 2 c. 
and description June 7; M 7485; 
Terrytoons, inc., New Rochelle, N. Y. 

4871 

Painted (The) stallion; episodes 1-6, 
original story by Morgan Cox and 
Ronald Davidson, based on idea by 
Hal G. Evarts, screen play by Barry 
Shipman and Winston Miller, direc- 
ted by William Witney, Alan James 
and Ray Taylor. 13 reels. © June 
18, 1937; 2 c. and description June 
29; L 7235; Republic pictures Corp., 
New York. 4872 

Pan-American champions ; narrated by 
Ted Husing. (The Grantland Rice 
Sportlight) Reel. © June 11, 1937 ; 
2 c. and description June 21 ; M 7537 ; 
Paramount pictures, inc., New York. 

4873 

Paramount news; conflict between po- 
lice and strikers near the South Chi- 
cago plant of the Republic steel com- 
pany, Memorial day, 1937. © title, 
description and 12 prints reed. June 
29, 1937; M 7542; Paramount pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 4874 

Paramount news. 1 reel each. © 
Paramount pictures, inc., New York. 

4875-4892 

No. 61-74. © Mar. 4, 8, 11, 15, 18, 22, 

25, 29, Apr. 1, 5, 8, 12, 15, 19, 1937 ; 

2 c. and description each June 11 ; 

M 7493-7506. 

No. 75-78. © Apr. 22, 26, 29, May 3, 
1937 ; 2 c. each June 11 ; descrip- 
tion each June 15 ; M 7514-7517. 

Paramount pictorial 6 ; no. 11, narrated 
by Alois Havrilla. Reel. © June 4, 
1937; 2 c. June 10; description June 
11 ; M 7491 ; Paramount pictures, inc., 
New York. 4893 

Parnell; from the play by Elsie T. 
Schauffler, screen play by John Van 
Druten and S. N. Behrman, directed 
by John M. Stahl. 12 reels. © June 
1, 1937 ; 2 c. and description June 17 ; 
L 7206 ; Metro-Gold wyn-Mayer Corp., 
New York. 4894 



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pt. i, n. s., v. 10 



Pick a star ; original story and screen 
play by Richard Flournoy, Arthur 
Vernon Jones and Thomas J. Dugan, 
directed by Edward Sedgwick. (Hal 
Roach comedy) 8 reels. © May 18, 
1937 ; 2 c. and description June 1 ; L 
7164 ; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., 
New York. 4895 

Play ball; by Paul Terry and Mannie 
Davis. Reel. © June 11, 1937 ; 2 c. 
and description June 17; M 7523; 
Terry toons, inc., New Rochelle, N. Y. 

4896 

Playful (The) pup; story by Walter 
Lantz and Victor McLeod, artists, 
Manuel Moreno, Fred Kopietz and 
Lester Kline. Reel. © June 25, 1937 ; 
2 c. June 26; description June 29; 
M 7547 ; Universal pictures co., inc., 
New York. 4897 

Please keep me in your dreams; ani- 
mated by Roland Crandall, directed 
by Dave Fleischer. Reel. © May 
28, 1937; 2 c. June 10; description 
June 11 ; M 7490 ; Paramount pictures, 
inc., New York. 4898 

Proof (The) parade. © title, descrip- 
tion and 891 prints reed. June 14, 
1937; M 7510; Frigidaire corp., Day- 
ton, O. 4899 

Public wedding; from the story by 
Houston Branch, original screen play 
by Roy Chanslor and Houston 
Branch, directed by Nick Grinde. 6 
reels. © June 8, 1937 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription June 29; L 7236; Warner 
bros. pictures, inc., and the Vita- 
phone corp., New York. 4900 

Rhythm in the clouds ; original story by 
George Mence and Ray Bond, adapta- 
tion by Nathanael West, screen play 
by Olive Cooper, directed by John H. 
Auer. 6 reels. © June 21, 1937; 2 c. 
and description June 28; L 7232; Re- 
public pictures corp., New York. 4901 

Riding the waves; narrative by Jack 
Kofoed, described by Ford Bond. 
(News world of sports) Reel. © 
June 2, 1937; 2 c. June 4; descrip- 
tion June 18 ; M 7528 ; Columbia pic- 
tures corp. of Calif., ltd., Los Angeles. 

4902 

Roaring timber ; story by Robert James 
Cosgriff, screen play by Paul Frank- 
lin and Robert James Cosgriff, di- 
rected by Phil Rosen. 7 reels. © 
June 14, 1937 ; 2 c. June 14 ; descrip- 
tion June 16; L 7208; Columbia pic- 
tures corp. of Calif., ltd., Los Angeles. 

4903 



Rocky mountain grandeur. (A Fitz- 
Patrick traveltalk) Reel. © June 
2, 1937 ; 2 c. and description June 17 ; 
M 7524; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., 
New York. 4904 

Rudyard Kipling's Captains courageous. 
See Captains courageous. 

Safety for the schools of Maryland ; by 
Paul J. Lowry and Luther D. Sahm. 
© title, description and 11 prints reed. 
June 12, 1937 ; M 7508 ; Commissioner 
of motor vehicles, Baltimore. 4905 

Safety in the air ; edited by Leslie M. 
Roush, commentary by Justin Her- 
man, narrated by Alois Havrilla. 
Reel. © May 28, 1937 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription June 14; M 7509; Para- 
mount pictures, inc., New York. 4906 

Scrappy's music lesson; story by Art 
Davis, animation by Sid Marcus. 
Reel. © May 25, 1937 ; 2 c. May 25 ; 
description May 29; M 7455; Screen 
gems, inc., Los Angeles. 4907 

Secret agent X-9 ; chap. 12, Crime does 
not pay, original story and screen 
play by Wyndham Gittens, Norman S. 
Hall, Ray Trampe and Leslie Swa- 
bacher, directed by Ford Beebe and 
Cliff Smith. 2 reels. © June 1, 1937 ; 
2 c. June 3; description June 2; L 
7180 ; Universal pictures co., inc., New 
York. 4908 

Sell safety — Brunswick. Reel. © May 
6, 1937 ; 2 c. May 26 ; description May 
29; M 7466; Audi Vision, inc., New 
York. 4909 

Serene Siam. (A FitzPatrick travel- 
talk) Reel. © May 12, 1937; 2 c. 
and description June 1 ; M 7459 ; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New 
York. 4910 

Shall we dance ; based on a story by 
Lee Loeb and Harold Buchman, adap- 
tation by P. J. Wolfson, screen play 
by Allan Scott and Ernest Pagano, di- 
rected by Mark Sandrich. 12 reels. 
© May 7, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
June 3 ; L 7178 ; RKO-radio pictures, 
inc., New York. 4911 

She had to eat ; based on stories by 
M. M. Musselman and James Edward 
Grant, screen play by Samuel G. En- 
gel, directed by Malcolm St. Clair. 8 
reels. © June 11, 1937 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription June 23 ; L 7220 ; Twentieth 
century-Fox film corp., New York. 

4912 

Singing (The) bandit; directed by Mil- 
ton Schwarzwald. Reel. © June 18, 
1937 ; 2 c. June IS ; description June 



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no. 6, 1937 



4933 



19; L 7224; Universal pictures co., 
inc., New York. 4913 

Slim; novel and screen play by Wil- 
liam Wister Haines, directed by Ray 
Enright. 9 reels. © Mar. 10, 1937 ; 
2 c. and description June 3 ; L 7176 ; 
Warner bros. pictures, inc., New York. 

4914 

Smoke Tree range ; story by Arthur 
Henry Gooden, screen play by Frances 
Guihan, directed by Lesley Selander. 
6 reels. © June 2, 1937 ; 2 c. June 5 ; 
description June 3 ; L 7181 ; Universal 
pictures co., inc., New York. 4915 

Soldier (The) and the lady ; based upon 
the novel Michael Strogoff by Jules 
Verne, screen play by Mortimer Off- 
ner, Anthony Yeiller and Anne Morri- 
son Chapin, directed by George Nich- 
olls, jr. 9 reels. © Apr. 9, 1937; 
2 c. and description June 10 ; L 7190 ; 
RKO-radio pictures, inc., New York. 

4916 

Something to talk about. Reel. © 
May 17, 1937 ; 2 c. May 26 ; description 
May 29; M 7462; AudiVision, inc., 
New York. 4917 

Song of revolt ; screen play by Douglas 
Foster, directed by Roy Rowland. 
(A tabloid musical) Reel. © June 
15, 1937 ; 2 c. and description June 
29; L 7237; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer 
corp., New York. 4918 

Star (A) is born; from the story by 
William A. Wellman and Robert 
Carson, screen play by Dorothy 
Parker, Alan Campbell and Robert 
Carson, directed by William A. Well- 
man. 12 reels. © June 7, 1937 ; 2 c. 
and description June 7 ; L 7184 ; 
Selznick international pictures, inc., 
Culver City, Calif. 4919 

Stick to the facts. Reel. © May 19, 
1937; 2 c. May 26; description May 
29; M 7464; AudiVision, inc., New 
York. 4920 

Stork (The) takes a holiday; story 
by Ben Harrison, animation by 
Manny Gould. (A color rhapsody) 
Reel. © June 14, 1937; 2 c. June 
14 ; description June 16 ; M 7522 ; 
Screen gems, inc., Los Angeles. 

4921 

Stranger than fiction; narrated by 
Alois Havrilla, produced by Charles 
E. Ford. 1 reel each. © Universal 
pictures co., inc., New York. 

4922, 4923 
No. 37. © June 3, 1937 ; 2 c. June 5 ; 
description June 4; M 7482. 



No. 38. © June 25, 1937; 2 c. June 
28; description June 29; M 7545. 

Talk tires — Brunswick. Reel. © May 
6, 1937; 2 c. May 26; description 
May 29; M 7467; AudiVision, inc., 
New York. 4924 

Tennis tactics; directed by David 
Miller. (A Pete Smith specialty) 
Reel. © May 11, 1937; 2 c. and de- 
scription June 2 ; M 7468 ; Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New York. 

4925 

That I may live; screen play by Ben 
Markson and William Conselman, 
directed by Allan Dwan. 7 reels. 
© Apr. 30, 1937; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion June 15; L 7202; Twentieth 
century-Fox film corp., New York. 

4926 

That man Samson ; story by George 
Randol, screen play by and directed 
by Leslie Goodwins. 2 reels. © 
May 25, 1937; 2 c. and description 
June 3 ; L 7177 ; RKO-radio pictures, 
inc., New York. 4927 

That's where my money goes. Reel. 
© May 17, 1937; 2 c. May 27; de- 
scription May 29; M 7457; Audi- 
Vision, inc., New York. 4928 

There goes my girl; story by George 
Beck, screen play by Harry Segall, 
directed by Ben Holmes. 8 reels. 
© May 21, 1937; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion June 17; L 7210; RKO-radio 
pictures, inc., New York. 4929 

They always open the door first. 
Reel. © June 5, 1937; 2 c. and de- 
scription June 25; M 7550; Audi- 
Vision, inc., New York. 4930 

They gave him a gun; from the book 
by William Joyce Cowen, screen 
play by Cyril Hume, Richard Mai- 
baum and Maurice Rapf, directed 
by W. S. Van Dyke 2d. 10 reels. 
© May 12, 1937; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion June 1 ; L 7165 ; Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer corp., New York. 4931 

This is my affair; story and screen 
play by Allen Rivkin and Lamar 
Trotti, directed by William A. Seiter. 
11 reels. © May 28, 1937 ; 2 c. and 
description June 23; L 7219; Twen- 
tieth century-Fox film corp., New 
York. 4932 

Ticonium technic. 2 reels. © Apr. 1, 
1937; 2 c. June 3; description May 
4 ; M 7480 ; Chas. K. Peck, New York. 

4933 



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4934 



pt. i, n. s., v. 10 



Universal newsreel. 1 reel each. © 
Universal pictures co., inc., New 
York. 4934-4939 

No. 557, 558. © Apr. 30, May 4, 
1937; 2 c. each June 7; descrip- 
tion each June 2 ; M 7486, 7487. 
No. 559. © May 7, 1937; 1 c. June 
14 ; 1 c. June 18 ; description June 
9; M 7532. 
No. ,560. © May 11, 1937 ; 2 c. June 
14 ; description June 9 ; M 7533. 
No. 561, 562. © May 14, 18, 1937; 
2 c. each June 18 ; description each 
June 16; M 7534, 7535. 
Vitaphone funsters; no. 2087. Reel. 
© June 3, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
June 3 ; L 7175 ; Vitaphone corp., 
New York. 4940 

Welcome home President Watson; by 
Edmund Francis Hackett. © title, 
description and 3 prints reed. June 
15, 1937 ; M 7521 ; International busi- 
ness machines Corp., New York. 

4941 
When thief meets thief; from the 
novel Jump for glory by Gordon 
McDonell, screen play by John Mee- 
han, directed by Raoul Walsh. 8 
reels. © June 21, 1937 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription June 21 ; L 7216 ; Criterion 
film productions, ltd., London. 4942 

White bondage ; original story and 
screen play by Anthony Coldeway, 
directed by Nick Grinde. 6 reels. © 
Apr. 27, 1937; 2 c. and description 
June 1 ; L 7163 ; Warner bros. pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 4943 

Wild West days I chap. 3, The brink of 
doom, based on the novel Saint John- 
son by W. R. Burnett, original story 
and screen play by Wyndham Gittens, 
Norman S. Hall and Ray Trampe, 
directed by Ford Beebe and Cliff 
Smith. 2 reels. © May 27, 1937 ; 2 c. 
June 9 ; description June 11 ; L 7196 ; 
Universal pictures co., New York. 

4944 

Wildcatter (The) ; original story by 
Tom Van Dycke, screen play by 
Charles A. Logue. directed bv Lewis 
D. Collins. 6 reels. © May 28, 1937 ; 
2 c. June 3 ; description June 2: ; 
L 7179 ; Universal pictures co., inc., 
New York. 4945 



Wings of mercy. See Man (The) who 
found himself. 

Wings of the morning ; from stories by 
Donn Byrne, adaptation and screen 
play by Tom Geraghty, directed by 
Harold D. Schuster. 9 reels. © Feb. 
18, 1937 ; 2 c. and description June 23 ; 
L 7221; Twentieth century-Fox film 
corp., New York. 4946 

Woman (The) I love; from the novel 
L'equipage by Joseph Kessel, screen 
play by Ethel Borden, directed by 
Anatole Litvak. 10 reels. © Apr. 23, 
1937 ; 2 c. and description June 25 ; 
L 7225 ; RKO-radio pictures, inc., 
New York. 4947 

Workshops of old Mexico ; text by Har- 
old McCracken, narration by Alois 
Havrilla. (World on parade, no. 12) 
Reel. © June 17, 1937 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription June 17 ; M 7525 ; Van 
Beuren corp., New York. 4948 

Wright's (Harold Bell) It happened out 
West. See It happened out West. 

Wrong (The) Miss Wright; story and 
screen play by Elwood Ullman and Al 
Giebler, directed by Charles Lamont. 
2 reels. © June 1, 1937 ; 2 c. June 2 ; 
description June 18 ; L 7211 ; Colum- 
bia pictures corp. of Calif., ltd., Los 
Angeles. 4949 

Wrong (The) romance; story by Leslie 
Goodwins and Charles Roberts, di- 
rected by Leslie Goodwins. (Su- 
perba no. 3) 2 reels. © May 14, 
1937 ; 2 c. and description June 7 ; 
L 7185 ; RKO-radio pictures, inc., New 
York. 4950 

Yodelin' kid from Pine Ridge ; original 
story and screen play by Jack Natte- 
ford, directed by Joe Kane. 6 reels. 
© June 14, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
June 28 ; L 7231 ; Republic pictures 
corp., New York. 4951 

You can't buy luck; story by Martin 
Mooney, screen play by Martin 
Mooney and Arthur T. Horman, di- 
rected by Lew Landers. 7 reels. © 
May 7, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
June 1 ; L 7168 ; RKO-radio pictures, 
inc., New York. 4952 

Your share of the millions. Reel. © 
May 17, 1937 ; 2 c. May 26 ; descrip- 
tion May 29; M 7461; AudiVision, 
inc., New York. 4953 



Number of entries in classes L and M included in the catalog since Jan. 1, 
1937: 

Motion-picture photoplays 433 

Motion-pictures other than photoplays 519 

Total 952 

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PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891, 
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DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 

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1937 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 10 
No. 7 



UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON : 1937 



rpHE Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part I, Group 3, 
A issued monthly, contains titles of Dramatic compositions and Motion pictures. 

Group 3 contains, in two separate alphabets, the titles of the entries made in 
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alphabetically by title; Class "L", Motion-picture photoplays; and Class "M", 
Motion pictures other than photoplays, arranged alphabetically by title. 

Under the act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 1909, the preliminary 
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To save space in the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbre- 
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compositions; "L", Class L, Motion-picture photoplays; and "M", Class M, Motion 
pictures other than photoplays. "©" implies copyright registration of a published 
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A list of dramatic compositions of which the subsisting copyright has been 
renewed under sections 23 and 24 of the act of March 4, 1909, will be found in this 
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Imprints. — When the publishers of dramatic compositions are also the claimants 
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The annual index contains the names of all copyright proprietors, the names of 
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The annual subscription price for the Catalog of Copyright Entries (received 
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Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright pro- 
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CLASS D 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



Aaron Strate ; a play in 3 acts, by Ken- 
neth Keith [pseud, of Kenneth Keith 
Hood-Daniel] © 1 c. June 12, 1937: 
D50559; Dorothy Arthur Hood-Dan- 
iel, New York. 4954 

Acht ruder im takt ; lustspiel in 5 ak- 
ten, von Hans Regina von Nack. 
Wien [1936] 3 p. 1., 88 numb. 1. 4to. 
© Nov. 3, 1936; 1 c. Mar. 13. 1937; 
D 50839; Theaterverlag Eirich, g. m. 
b. h., Vienna. 4955 

Acid (The) test ; a comedy, by G. Morse. 
© 1 c. July 12, 1937 ; D 50759 ; Gloria 
Morse, Brooklyn. 4956 

Adventures (The) of Dari-Dan ; a 
radio program, by Roy A. Sorensen, 
chapters nos. 52, 53. © 1 c. each 
June 30, 1937; D 50562, 50563; 
Bowey's inc., Chicago. 4957, 4958 

chapter no. 54. © 1 c. July 

3, 1937; D 50617; Bowey's inc., Chi- 
cago. 4959 

chapter no. 55. © 1 c. July 

12, 1937; D 50756; Bowey's, inc., 
Chicago. 4960 

chapter no. 56. © 1 c. July 

16, 1937; D 50857; Bowey's, inc., 
Chicago. 4961 

chapter no. 57. © lc. July 

17, 1937; D 50S81 ; Bowey's, inc.. 
Chicago. 4962 

Aeolik fragment ; by Lucien [pseud, of 
L. Newell] © 1 c. July 2, 1937; D 
50879 ; Laura Newell, New York. 

4963 

African love ; a musical comedy, by 

F. W. Seden. Text. © 1 c. June 15, 
1937; D 50649; Frederick William 
Seden, Los Angeles. 4964 

African vineyard ; a play in 3 acts, by 

G. Unger and W. Armitage. © 1 c. 
July 12, 1937; D 50783; Gladys Un- 
ger, Hollywood, Calif., and Walter 
Armitage, New Orleans. 4965 

Air waves police patrol; a radio pro- 
gram, by W. M. Devine. © 1 c. 
July 14, 1937; D 50827; William 
Moffat Devine, Washington. 4966 



Albert Mitchell, the answer man ; by 
McCann-Erickson, inc. episodes nos. 
41^3. © 1 c. each June 30, 1937; 
D 50552-50554 ; McCann-Erickson, 
inc., New York. 4967^969 

episodes nos. 44-49. © 1 c. 

each July 16, 1937; D 50845-50850; 

McCann-Erickson, inc., New York. 

4970-4975. 

All on account of Kelly ; a safety play 
in 1 act, by Jean Lee Latham. Chi- 
cago [1937] 21 p. 12 mo. © June 
30, 1937; 2 c. July 12; D 50739; 
Dramatic pub. co., Chicago. 4976 

All the world loves a lover ; a comedy 
in 3 acts, by T. Bussiere. © 1 c. 
July 6, 1937; D 50655; Tad Bus- 
siere, Hollywood, Calif. 4977 

Almost divorced ; a play, by E. Geib. 
© 1 c. June 28, 1937; D 50696; E. 
Gelb, Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 4978 

American beauty. See Easily staged 
piays for girls. 

Among us girls ; a comedy for the fair 
sex in 1 act, by Charles George. Bos- 
ton, Los Angeles [1937] 24 p. 12hio. 
( [Baker's plays for amateurs] ) © 
June 30. 1937 ; 2 c. July 13 ; D 50775 ; 
Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 4979 

And the music stopped ; a play in 3 
acts, by N. Scott. © lc. July 1, 
1937; D 50672; Noel Scott, London. 

4980 

Ann Worth — housewife ; by Thomas 
Dougall. nos. A-245 — A-249. © lc. 
each July 6, 1937; D 50639-50643; 
Ann Worth — housewife, inc., Detroit. 

4981-4985 

nos. A-250^-A-254. © 1 c. 

each July 12, 1937; D 50788-50792: 
Ann Worth — housewife, inc., Detroit. 

4986-4990 

nos. A-255-A-259. © 1 c. 

each July 17, 1937; D. 50863-50867; 
Ann Worth — housewife, inc., Detroit. 

4991-4995 

nos. A-260— A-264. © 1 c. 

each July 22, 1937; D 50950-50954; 
Ann Worth — housewife, inc., Detroit. 

4996-5000 



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5001 



pt. i, n. s., v. 10 



Another angle ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Marie Doran. New York, London 
[etc., etc.] [1937] 87 p. diagr. 
12mo. © July 13, 1937 ; 2 c. July 16 ; 
D 50841 ; Samuel French, New York. 

5001 

As a hound's tooth ; a farce in 3 acts, 
by W. J. Hurlbut. © 1 c. July 23, 
1937 ; D 50967 ; William James Hurl- 
but, Hollywood, Calif. 5002 

As it goes along. See Three revue 
sketches for Compere and others. 

Astonished (The) ostrich; a comedy in 
3 acts, by Archie N. Menzies. Lon- 
don [1937] 73 p. 8vo. ([French's 
acting edition, no. 41] ) © May 10, 
1937 ; 1 c. July 20 ; D 50895 ; Samuel 
French, ltd., London. 5003 

Awakening (The) ; a play in 3 acts, by 
A. Greendale and R. Povol. © 1 c. 
July 2, 1937; D 50621; Alexander 
Greendale and Rya Povol, New 
York. 5004 

Bath-house and the shell game. See 
Honest working girl. 

Bedfast (A) prophet; a version in 
Scots in 1 act, by David Rorie, from 
A rogue in bed, by Ronald Elwy 
Mitchell. London [1937] 25 p. 
12mo. ( [French's acting edition, no. 
2141]) © June 29, 1937; 1 c. July 
20; D 50893; Samuel French, ltd.. 
London. 5005 

Before forgetting ; a drama in prologue, 
3 acts and an epilogue, by M. L. 
Cooke. © 1 c. July 9, 1937 ; D 50701 ; 
Mary Lu Cooke, Waxahachie, Tex. 

5006 

Before the bugle blew ; a social comedy 
in 3 acts, by Ludy Frey [i. e. L. B. 
Frey] © 1 c. July 3, 1937 ; D 50618 ; 
Ludwig B. Frey, New York. 5007 

Behind the moon ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by D. O. Woodbury. © 1 c. July 24, 
1937; D 50965; David O. Woodbury, 

Ogunquit, Maine. 5008 

Bei kerzenlicht ; komodie in 3 akten, 
von Robert Katscher. Wien [etc., 
etc.] [1937] 3 p. 1., 5-96 p. 12mo. 
© June 18, 1937; 1 c. July 21; D 
51024; Ludwig Doblinger (Bernhard 
Herzmansky) Vienna. 5009 

Ben Rimmel ; a play in 4 acts, by H. 
J. Essex. © 1 c. July 9, 1937; D 
50709 ; Harry J. Essex, New York. 

5010 

Beppo & Beth. See This room and this 
gin and these sandwiches. 



Betrayed ; a play in 3 acts, by I. R. 
Vara. © 1 c. June 30, 1937; D 
50619; Isabella R. Vara and Thomas 
Moore, Los Angeles. 5011 

Beyond ; play in 2 acts, by Robert Mc- 
Enroe. © 1 c. July 19, 1937; D 
508S6; Dominic Petro, Waterbury, 
Conn. 5012 

Beyond ambition ; a play in 3 acts, by 
John Worth [pseud, of J. O. Po- 
korny] © 1 c. July 3, 1937 ; D 50906 ; 
Joseph Otto Pokorny, Bayshore, N. Y. 

5013 

Beyond the chair. See First nighter. 

Big city parade ; by L. H. Gordon! © 
1 c. July 10, 1937; D 50727; Lillian 
Harris Gordoni, Chicago. 5014 

Bill Tuppington's mission ; a play in 
3 acts with a prologue, by P. Nyman. 
© 1 c. July 8, 1937; D 50694; Philip 
Nyman, Brooklyn. 5015 

Bill's wife ; episodes nos. 1-5, a radio 
serial, by R. Cook. © 1 c. each July 
12, 1937 ; D 50777-50781 ; Ruby Cook, 
McLean, Tex. 5016-5020 

Birth (The) of modern spiritualism; 
(The message of Hydesville) a drama 
in 3 acts, by Converse E. Nickerson. 
[1937] 20 p. 12mo. © July 26, 
1937; 2 c. July 27; D 50994; Con- 
verse Ennis Nickerson, Wakefield, 
Mass. 5021 

Birth (The) of the Legion; episodes 
nos. 1-10, a story of the American Le- 
gion written in serial form for radio 
broadcasting, by E. M. Lynch. © 
1 c. July 9, 1937; D 50860; Edward 
M. Lynch, Utica, N. Y. 5022 

Birthright ; a comedy-drama in 3 acts, 
by Margerv Williams [i. e. M. W. 
Dare] © 1 c. July 19, 1937 ; D 50930 ; 
Margery Williams Dare, Chicago. 

5023 

Bitter herbs; a tragedy in 1 act, by 
Sheldon Harte. © 1 c. July 19, 1937 ; 
D. 50869 ; Sheldon Robert Harte, New 
York. 5024 

Black damnation. See Singing Pied- 
mont. 

Black male. See Thrillers ! 

Black swans ; a story of old New Or- 
leans in 3 acts, by L. Whit taker. © 
1 c. July 23, 1937 ; D 50957 ; Leonard 
Whittaker, Moline, 111. 5025 

Blaue (Der) Heinrich ; sen wank in 3 
akten, von Otto Schwartz und Georg 
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5048 



texte von Rudolf Perak und Walter 
Espe. Musik von Victor Corzilius. 
Text. © 1 c. Dec. 4, 1937 ; D 50597 ; 
Vertriebsstelle und verlag deutscher 
biihnenschriftsteller u. biihnenkom- 
ponisten g. m. b. h., Berlin. 5026 

Blind (The) spot; a play in 3 acts, by 
A. A. Kline. © 1 c. July 23, 1937; 
D 50955 ; Anthony Anch Kline, Vent- 
nor, N. J. 5027 

Blitzlicht. (Die liebe des Duschan 
Toganoff) ; ein stiick in 3 akten, von 
Georg W. Hart. © 1 c. June 26, 
1937; D 50665; Octava Bulmen und 
musikverlag a. g., Zurich, Switzer- 
land. 5028 

Bondage or freedom ; a drama in 1 
act, by A. H. A. Thompson. Text. 
© 1 c. July 28, 1937; D 51019; An- 
drew H. A. Thompson, New York. 

5029 

Book (The) of people ; July 10, 1937, by 
Lawrence Menkin. © 1 c. July 13, 
1937; D 50903; Crosley radio corp., 
Cincinnati. 5030 

Brass buttons ; a play in 3 acts, by W. 
Melville. © 1 c. July 1, 1937; D 
50878 ; William Melville, New York. 

5031 

Brave (The) and the blind ; a drama in 

1 act, by Michael Blankfort. New 
York, Samuel French ; London, Sam- 
uel French, ltd. [etc., etc.] 1937. 69 
p. diagr. 12mo. © June 30, 1937; 

2 c. July 3 ; D 50630 ; Michael Blank- 
fort, New York. 5032 

But for the grace of God; by M. Marks. 
© 1 c. July 1, 1937; D 51025; Mar- 
jorie Marks, New York. 5033 

Cake with candles ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by A. Henry. © 1 c. July 28, 1937 ; D 
51020; Austin Henry, Newark, N. J. 

5034 

Came the swastika ; a play in 3 acts, by 
F. Scheff. © 1 c. July 10, 1937; D 
50734; Frederick Scheff, New York. 

5035 

Canon (The) and the microscope; a 
play in 3 acts, by Randolph Clark 
[pseud, of S. M. Levin] © 1 c. July 
21, 1937 ; D 50925 ; Samuel M. Levin, 
Chicago. 5036 

Carnefice (II) di Kursk; dramma giallo 
in 3 atti, by V. Pignatelli. © 1 c. 
June 29, 1937 ; D 50609 ; Valerio Pig- 
natelli, Rome. 5037 

Casanova in the cowshed ; a play in 3 
scenes, by A. Buttitta. © 1 c. July 6, 



1937; D 50659; Anthony Buttitta, 
New York. 5038 

Cavalcade (The) of the Americas ; a re- 
vised form of an earlier composition, 
by Jan Isbelle Fortune. © 1 c. July 
1, 1937 ; D 50578 ; Greater Texas and 
Pan American exposition, Dallas. 

5039 

Chalk dust ; a play in 3 acts, by Harold 
A. Clarke and Maxwell Nurnberg. 
New York, London [etc., etc.] [1937] 
98 p. plates, diagrs. 12mo. © June 
22, 1937 ; 2 c. June 30 ; D 50571; Sam- 
uel French, New York. 5040 

Chaplet of roses. See Mother of glory. 

China Boy ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
James Reach and Tom Taggart. New 
York, London [etc., etc.] [1937] 
112 p. diagr. 12mo. © July 2, 1937 ; 
2 c. July 8 ; D 50679 ; Samuel French, 
New York. 5041 

Christian. See Secret heart. 

Christine; schauspiel in 3 akten, von 
Karl Schiick. Wien [1936] 3 p. 1., 
3-118 numb. 1. 4to. © Nov. 24, 1936 ; 
1 c. Mar. 13, 1937 ; D 50837 ; Theater- 
verlag Eirich, g. m. b. h., Vienna. 

5042 

Cinderella's coach. See Keep going. 

Cinnamon (The) bear ; episode no. 1, by 
Glan Heisch. © 1 c. July 6, 1937; D 
50652; Radio transcription co. of 
America, ltd., Hollywood, Calif. 5043 

Climbing; a comedy in 3 acts, by Mar- 
ten Cumberland. London, H. F. W. 
Deane & sons, The Year book press, 
ltd. ; Boston, The Baker international 
play bureau [1937] 92 p. diagr. 8vo. 
(The Embassy series of plays) © 
June 18, 1937 ; 1 c. June 28 ; D 50678 ; 
Marten Cumberland, London. 5044 

Clock (The) that struck; a play for 
children in 2 acts, by B. J. Schubert. 
© 1 c. July 28, 1937 ; D 51016 ; Betty 
Jeanine Schubert, Cleveland. 5045 

Clouds ; a dramatic play with music in 
4 acts and epilogue, by M. Pallant. 
Text. © 1 c. July 1, 1937; D 50577; 
Myron Pallant, New York. 5046 

Come to my house ; a comedy in 2 acts, 
by D. R. Lussier. © 1 c. July 24, 
1937 ; D 50976 ; Dane Richard Lussier, 
New York. 5047 

Commoner (The) ; a play in 4 acts, 
by A. L. Dieden. © 1 c. June 18, 
1937; D 50744; Arthur Leonard 
Dieden, Berkeley, Calif. 5048 



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Comrade ! ; a satirical seriocomedy in 
6 scenes, by G. A. Noring. © 1 c. 
July 10, 1937 ; D 50726 ; George And- 
ers Noring, New York. 5019 

Conquistador; a play in 3 acts, by B. 
Harding. © 1 c. July 28, 1937; D 
51037 ; Bertita Harding, Indianapolis. 

5050 

Conversation piece. See Death Valley 
days. 

Couple (The) next door; continuities 
nos. 48-70, by Thompson Buchanon. 
© 1 c. each July 9, 1937; D 50713; 
Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 

5051 

Courage in November ; a play in 3 acts, 
by B. D. Wells. © 1 c. July 1, 1937 ; 
D 50614 ; Betty Delores Wells, Eagle 
Grove, la. 5052 

Cracker (The) barrel; a play in 3 acts, 
by W. Keefe. © 1 c. July 17, 1937 ; 
D 50868; Willard Keefe, New York. 

5053 

Crime in the Whistler room. See This 
room and this gin and these sand- 
wiches. 

Crosscut; by D. Richardson. © 1 c. 
July 28, 1937 ; D 51022 ; Don Richard- 
son, Brooklyn. 5054 

Crown (The) of thorns; a religious 
drama in 3 acts, by Milton S. Agnew. 
Chicago [1937] 61 p. diagr. 12mo. 
Rev. ed. © June 29, 1937 ; 2 c. July 
12 ; D 50740 ; Dramatic pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 5055 

Cuba. See Polly pretends. 

Cumnor Hall ; a drama in 6 scenes, by 
M. S. Rose and M. L. Strachan. © 
1 c. July 20, 1937; D 51013; Milton 
Sawyer Rose and Mary Ledingham 
Strachan, Colorado Springs. 5056 

Curtain (The) rises; a comedy in 3 
acts, by M. Tolmach and M. S. Mar- 
cus. © 1 c. July 16, 1937 ; D 50871 ; 
Milton Tolmach and Marshall S. Mar- 
cus, Brooklyn. 5057 

Dancing dolls ; by Hamburg puppet 
guild. New York, Los Angeles, Sam- 
uel French [1937] 2 p. 1., 3-132 p. 
12mo. (Add-A-Puppet play series) 
© July 15, 1937; 2 c. July 20; D 
50890 ; Hamburg puppet guild, Ham- 
burg, N. Y. 5058 

Dangerous romance ; episode 1-10, my 
M. Wood. © 1 c. each July 29, 1937 ; 
D 51030; Morrison Wood, Chicago. 

5059 



Dear departed. See 'Twixt cup and lip. 

Death, Mr. President: a play, by P. G. 
Horgan. © 1 c. July 28, 1937; D 
51007 ; Paul George Horgan, Roswell, 
N. M. 5060 

Death Valley days ; a series of radio 
sketches, by McCann-Erickson, inc. 
July 2, 1937. Conversation piece. © 
1 c. July 16, 1937; D 50851; Pacific 
coast borax co., New York. 5061 

July 9, 1937. Solomon in all 

his glory. © 1 c. July 16, 1937; D 
50852 ; Pacific coast borax co., New 
York. 5062 



July 16, 1937. The man with 

the mortgaged head. © 1 c. July 16, 
1937; D 50853; Pacific coast borax 
co., New York. 5063 

July 23, 1937. Double expo- 



sure. © 1 c. July 24, 1937 ; D 50969 
Pacific coast borax co., New York. 

5064 

Deerslayer (The) ; James Fenimore 
Cooper's illustrious story, in 3 acts, 
bv Robert St. Clair. New York, Lon- 
don [etc., etc.] [1937] 128 p. diagr. 
12mo. © June 21, 1937; 2 c. June 
30 ; D 50570 ; Samuel French, New 
York. 5065 

Delano (The) case; a mystery melo- 
drama in a prologue and 2 acts, by 
M. Lazarus and R. King. © 1 c. 
July 3, 1987 : D 50645 ; Milton Lazarus 
and Rufus King, New York. 5066 

Dere teecher ; by Madeline Gray [pseud, 
of M. Grosshandler] © 1 c. July 19, 
1937; D 50884; Madeline Gross- 
handler, New York. 5067 

Dirt; a plav in 4 acts, by M. Martin. 
© 1 c. June 23, 1937 ; D 50890 ; Melli- 
cent Martin, Chicago. 5088 

Dr. Allan Daf oe ; June 21, 23, 25, 28, 30, 
and July 2, 1937, by Frazier Hunt. 
© 1 c. each July 8, 1937; D 50718- 
50723; Lehn & Fink products corp-, 
New York. 5069-5074 

Doctor's (A) case history: a radio skit, 
by H. Almour. © 1 c. July 27. 1937 ; 
D 50996 ; Henry Almour, New York. 

5075 

Double exposure. See Death Valley 
days. 

Double feature ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
J. Julian and Maxwell Weinberg. © 
1 c. July 26, 1937; D 50988; Joseph 
Julian, New York. 5076 



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5096 



Double trouble ; a farce in 3 acts, by 
James F. Stone. New York [1937] 
92 p. diagr. 12mo. ( [Royalty se- 
ries] ) © May 29, 1937 ; 2 c. June 30 ; 
D 50540; Fitzgerald pub. Corp., New 
York. 5077 

Dragon's (The) window; a radio mys- 
tery in 13 episodes, by J. Sherman. 
© 1 c. July 21, 1937 ; D 50918 ; John 
Sherman, Joplin, Mo. 5078 

Drama in der Parkstrasse ; 3 akte, von 
Felix Helmer [pseud.] Wien [1936] 
various pagings. 4to. © Sept. 5, 
1936; 1 c. Mar. 13, 1937; D 50838; 
Theaterverlag Eirich, g. m. b. h., 
Vienna. 5079 

Dream street ; a play in 3 acts, by O. 
Shafter. © 1 c. June 18, 1937; D 
50594 ; Otto Shafter, New York. 5080 

Dublin. See Polly pretends. 

Duckling (The) sisters; a dramatiza- 
tion in 3 scenes, by P. C. Conover and 
D. S. Conover. © 1 c. June 14, 1937 ; 
D 51027 ; Paul Campion Conover and 
Dora Smith Conover, Toronto. 5081 

Dude ranch ; by Latham Ovens and Syd 
Cornell. July 9, 1937. © 1 c. July 
13, 1937 ; D 50904 ; Crosley radio corp., 
Cincinnati. 5082 

July 16, 1937. © 1 c. July 20, 

1937; D 51010; Crosley radio corp., 
Cincinnati. 5083 

See also Polly pretends. 

Due Cesari un falso — un pazzo ; corn- 
media in 3 atti, di R. Minardi. © 1 c. 
July 6, 1937; D 50752; Ruggero 
Minardi, Paris. 5084 

Easily staged plays for girls ; nine new 
non-royalty plays, compiled by S. Sly- 
van Simon. New York, Los Angeles 
[etc., etc] [1937] viii, 147 p. 12mo. 
Contents. — Murder at Mrs. Loring's, 
by S. Sylvan Simon. — Just another 
Saturday, by John Wiley. — When 
love is very, very young, by Harriet 
Lee Berk. — Merry wives of boredom, 
by S. Sylvan Simon. — Silver lining, 
by Dmitri Komonosov. — Fur a-flyin', 
by John Allen. — Information please ! 
by Harriet Lee Berk. — American 
beauty, by S. Sylvan Simon. — Storm 
bound, by Dmitri Komonosov. © 
June 28, 1937 ; 2 c. June 30 ; D 50572 ; 
Samuel French, New York. 5085 

Elisabeth d'Autriche l'imperatrice er- 
rant e ; action dramatique in 3 
periodes et un epilogue, by C. de 



Saint-Cyr. © 1 c. July 6, 1937; D 
50748; Charles de Saint-Cyr, Paris. 

5086 

Elise ; a drama with music, in 3 acts, 
book and lyrics, by M. Harcourt. 
Text. © 1 c. June 11, 1937 ; D 50573 ; 
Marshall Harcourt, New York. 5087 

Emil and the detectives ; a play in 3 
acts, Americanization by D. Hailparn. 
Americanization of the play by Cyrus 
Brooks based on the book of the same 
name by Eric Kastner. © 1 c. July 
30, 1937 ; D 51046 ; Dorothy Hailparn, 
Brooklyn. 5088 

Enchanted (The) village; a melodrama 
in 2 acts, by S. R. Harte. © 1 c. 
July 19, 1937 ; D 50870 ; Sheldon Rob- 
ert Harte, New York. 5089 

InjKeHep HoBaK; ^paivia Ha Tpn Jiii, b 
i iOTHpbox Bi^cjiOHax, Ifian Koaa^eiiKO. 
Title translated : Engineer Novack ; 
drama in 3 acts, by I. Kozachenko. 
New York, 1937. 28 numb. 1. 4to. 
Contains music. © June 1, 1937 ; 2 c. 
July 26 ; D 50993 ; Ivan Kozachenko, 
New York. 5090 

Errol Flynn. See Story of the stars. 

Escape from escape ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by S. Kannengiesser. © 1 c. 
July 21, 1937 ; D 50931 ; Stanley Kan- 
nengiesser, New York. 5091 

Espagne ; evocation radiophonique en 
2 parties, por J. Maigret. Text. © 
1 c. July 6, 1937; D 50750; Julien 
Maigret, Paris. 5092 

Eustelle la vierge santone ; piece 
heroi'qne en 4 actes, par Paul 
D'Herama [pseud, of Paul Caillaud] 
Paris, Editions Eugene Figuiere 
[1935] 157 p., 1 1. 12mo. © Dec. 
30, 1935 ; 1 c. Jan. 29, 1936 ; D 50797 ; 
Paul Caillaud, Charente-Inferieure, 
France. 5093 

Even money ; a farce-comedy in 3 acts, 
by S. H. Page. © 1 c. July 26, 1937 ; 
D 50978; Stanley Hart Page, Short 
Hills, N. J. 5094 

Everything's just dandy. See Thril- 
lers ! 

Eye witness ; a play in 3 acts, by V. K. 
Dunn and Mary Kelly. © 1 c. July 
13, 1937; D 50794; Violette Kimball 
Dunn, Whitestone Landing, N. Y. 

5095 

Eyes that see not. See First nighter. 

Fatal conversion; a play in 3 acts, by 
P. Nyman. © 1 c. July 8, 1937; D 
50693; Philip Nyman, Brooklvn. 

5096 



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pt. i, n. s., v. 10 



Feast (The) of Ortolans; a play in 1 
act, by M. Anderson. © 1 c. July 
20, 1937; D 50916; Maxwell Ander- 
son, New York. 5097 

Figliol (II) prodigo; dramma in 4 atti, 
traduzione di A. Scalia and J. Guzzo. 
© 1 c. July 28, 1937 ; D 51031 ; Angelo 
Scalia and Joseph Guzzo, New York. 

5098 

Fire ( The ) under the mule ; a comedy 
in 3 acts, by J. W. Triggs. © 1 c. 
July 29, 1937 ; D 51042 ; John Wind- 
ing Triggs, New Y r ork. 5099 

First nighter ; a radio broadcast. June 
18, 1937. Eyes that see not, by Addi- 
son Simmons. © 1 c. July 1, 1937; 
D 50575 ; Campana sales co., Batavia, 
111. 5100 

June 25, 1937. Western style, 

by Christopher Craig. © 1 c. July 
1, 1937 ; D 50576 ; Campana sales co., 
Batavia, 111. 5101 

July 2, 1937. Mama's boy, by 

Anthony Wayne. © 1 c. July 10, 
1937; D 50730; Campana sales co., 
Batavia, 111. 5102 

July 9, 1937. Beyond the 



chair, by Finney Briggs. © 1 c. July 
21, 1937; D 50940; Campana sales 
co., Batavia, 111. 5103 

July 16, 1937. Twenty four 

hours a day, by Anthony Wayne. © 
1 c. July 21, 1937 ; D 50927 ; Campana 
sales co., Batavia, 111. 5104 

Five in a row ; a play in 1 act, by John 
Bradwell. London [1937] 26 p. 
diagr. 12mo. ( [French's acting edi- 
tion, no. 2112]) © June 29, 1937; 
1 c. July 20 ; D 50894 ; Samuel French, 
ltd., London. 5105 

Flitch of bacon. See Year and a day. 

Flying circus. See While the city 
sleeps. 

Folk stuff; a play in 1 act, by Jay G. 
Sigmund and Betty Smith. New 
York, London, [etc., etc.] [1937] 
26 p. diagrs. 12mo. © July 19, 
1937 ; 2 c. July 23 ; D 50958 ; Samuel 
French, New York. 5106 

For valor ; a new radio program, by 
B. Disque, jr. Idea by Lawrence 
Gray. © 1 c. July 20, 1937 ; D 50907 ; 
Brice Disque, jr., New York. 5107 

Foreign (The) touch; a play in 3 acts, 
by I. R. Vara. © 1 c. July 6, 1937 ; 
1) 50667; Isabella R. Vara and 
Thomas Moore, Los Angeles. 5108 



Forgotten mothers ; a melodrama in 3 
acts, by W. Siegel and S. Steinberg. 
]Vt3i?K 3 px yaxmxVya ;oy»xa yjyoynxs 
naVt? px byvo dx'Vti pa ^xVx-ia px 

.nyn3»tttp 

© 1 c. July 2, 1937 ; D 50610 ; William 
Siegel and Samuel Steinberg, Brook- 
lyn. 5109 
Forked (The) road; a drama in 3 acts 
with a prologue and epilogue, by E. 
Shea. © 1 c. July 15, 1937 ; D 50854 ; 
Evan Shea, New York. 5110 

Forward ! — through time — and space ! 
installments 1-4, by P. F. Nowlan. 
© 1 c. each July 29, 1937 ; D 51029 ; 
Philip Francis Nowlan, Bala-Cyn- 
wyd, Pa. 5111 

Fourth of July celebration. See Hon- 
est working girl. 

Framing of Tim Murphy. See While 
the city sleeps. 

Fright; a mystery play in 1 act, by 
James Reach. New York, London 
[etc., etc.] [1937] 26 p. diagr. 
12mo. © July 19, 1937; 2 c. July 
23; D 50959; Samuel French, New 
York. 5112 

Friihlingswehen : sen wank in 3 akten, 
von Erich Gast. © 1 c. July 12, 1937 ; 
D 50900; Biihnenvertrieb Gustav 
Griindig, Berlin-Zehlendorf. 5113 

Funeral flower for the bride ; a comedy 
of mountain people, by B. Du B. 
Earner. © 1 c. July 27, 1937; D 
51000; Beverley Du Bose Hamer, 
Eastover, S. C. 5114 

Fur a'flyin' See Easily staged plays 
for girls. 

Furrow (A) beyond the horizon; a play 
in 3 acts, by L. F. Taylor. Based on 
the life of Vincent Van Gogh. © 1 c. 
July 19, 1937; D 50929; Loren Fred- 
erick Taylor, Earlville, la. 5115 

G-string ; a comedy in 3 acts, by M. 
Gross and A. L. Golden. © 1 c. July 
6, 1937 ; D 50650 ; Milt Gross and Al- 
fred L. Golden, Beverly Hills, Calif. 

5116 

Galley cat; a farce in 1 act, by Alan 
Coutts. New York, London [etc., etc.] 
[1937] 24 p. diagrs. 12mo. © June 
30, 1937 ; 2 c. July 28 ; D 51023 ; Sam- 
uel French, New York. 5117 

Gang busters; June 30, 1937, a radio 
broadcast program, by Benton & 
Bowles, inc. © 1 c. July 8, 1937 ; D 
50682 ; Benton & Bowles, inc., New 
York. 5118 



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5146 



Gem of the ocean; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Dorian Weiler [pseud, of D. Weil- 
er] and Miriam Weiler. © 1 c. July 
14, 1937; D 50808; Dorothy Weiler 
and Miriam Weiler, New York. 5119 

General Grant's last stand; a dramatic 
biography in 4 acts, by H. Green. 
Ada pted from his biography published 
under the same title. © 1 c. June 
30, 1937; D 50569; Horace Green, 
Great Neck, L. I., N. Y. 5120 

Gloria Gale ; scripts 1, 2, by H. C. Cav- 
anor. © 1 c. each July 9, 1937; D 
50732, 50733 ; Hayle C. Cavanor, Min- 
neapolis. 5121, 5122 

Go down, Moses ! a play in 3 acts, 
based on the life and times of Har- 
riet Tubman, by T. Browne. © 1 c. 
July 16, 1937; D 50862; Theodore 
Browne, Seattle. 5123 

Goggle-eyed (The) bandit; a mystery 
comedy in 3 acts, by E. Cope and J. C. 
Butterfield. © 1 c. July 20, 1937 ; D 
51012 ; Eddie Cope and Jack C. But- 
terfield, San Antonio. 5124 

Goof us (The) man; by Nigel Morland. 
London, New York [etc., etc.] [1937] 
51 p. l2mo. ([French's plays for 
juvenile performers no. 40] ) © June 
4, 1937 ; 1 c. July 6 ; D 50874 ; Samuel 
French, ltd., London. 5125 

Green (The) Hornet; by Francis Strik- 
er, nos. A-143, A-144. © 1 c. each 
July 1, 1937; D 50589, 50590; Green 
Hornet, inc., Detroit. 5126, 5127 



nos. A-145, A-146. © 1 c. 

each July 9, 1937; D 50704, 50705; 
Green Hornet, inc., Detroit. 

5128, 5129 



nos. A-147, A-148. 



1 c. 



each July 14, 1937; D 50803, 50804 
Green Hornet, inc., Detroit. 

5130, 5131 

nos. A-149, A-150. © 1 c. 

each July 21, 1937; D 50935, 50936; 
Green Hornet, inc., Detroit. 

5132, 5133 

Green (The) light; a mystery thriller 
in 3 acts, by Robert C. Schimmel and 
J. C. McMullen. New York [1937] 
96 p. diagr. 12mo. ([Royalty se- 
ries] ) © June 26, 1937 ; 2 c. June 30 ; 
D 50542; Fitzgerald pub. corp., New 
York. 513 i 

Happy birthday, Naomi; a play in 3 
acts, by C. J. Allen. © 1 c. July 14, 
1937; D 50825; Cecilia Joan Allen, 
New York. 5135 



Harlem night court ; by H. D. Fields. © 
1 c. May 3, 1937; D 50817; Harry 
David Fields, Hollywood, Calif. 

5136 

by Harry David Fields and J. M. 

Cook. © 1 c. May 20, 1937 ; D 50820 ; 
James Monroe Cook, Hollywood, 
Calif. 5137 

Have you got an idea? or, The idea 
exchange, a radio presentation, by A. 
J. Daly and H. Merrill. © 1 c. June 
4, 1937 ; D 50947 ; Arthur J. Daly and 
Howard Merrill, New York. 5138 

Heaven can wait ; a play in 1 act, by 
G. K. Utt. © 1 c. July 3, 1937; D 
51028 ; Grace K. Utt, Los Angeles. 

5139 

Heir to the throne of Schnozonia ; a 
comedy in 3 acts, by M. S. Schneider. 
© 1 c. July 29, 1937 ; D 51033 ; Max 
Samuel Schneider, Detroit. 5140 

Hello, Peggy; programs nos. 130-133, 
by George F. Sparling. © 1 c. July 
1, 1937 ; D 50574 ; Drackett co„ Cincin- 
nati. 5141 

Her ladyship's garden ; a song and 
dance play for children, suitable for 
indoor or outdoor performance, writ- 
ten by Lettice Cuttle, music by Regi- 
nald Tansley. London, J. Curwen & 
sons, ltd., 1937. xii, 27 p. diagrs. 4to. 
(Curwen ed., 3711) © June 4, 1937; 

1 c. June 14 ; D 39307 ; Reginald Tans- 
ley, London. 5142 

Her secret heart; a play in 3 acts, by 
L. H. Gordoni. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 1937 ; 
D 50729 ; Lillian Harris Gordoni, Chi- 
cago. 5143 

Here she comes ; a farce-comedy in 3 
acts, by Jean Lee Latham. Chicago. 
[1937] 92 p. 12mo. © July 7, 1937 ; 

2 c. July 12 ; D 50741 ; Dramatic pub. 
co., Chicago. 5144 

Heritage (The) of Mrs. Unknown. See 
Kleronomia tes agnostou. 

Hide and seek ; a comedy in 1 act, by 
Phoebe M. Rees. London. H. F. W. 
Deane & sons, The Year book press, 
ltd. ; Boston, The Baker international 
play bureau [1937] 28 [2] p. 12mo. 
(The Year book press series of plays) 
© June 24, 1937; 1 c. July 14; D 
50876; Phoebe M. Rees, Williton, 
Somerset, England. 5145 

High blonde pressure ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by A. Noel. © 1 c. July 28, 1937 ; 
D 51021 ; Agnes Noel, Bloomfield, N. J. 

5146 



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Hinky-dinky ; a play in 3 acts, by L. De 
Costa and B. A. Mayers. © 1 c. July 
6, 1937 ; D 50657 ; Leon De Costa and 
Bertram A. Mayers, New York. 

5147 

His first adventure ; a 3-act play, by O. 
W. Gens. ©■ 1 c. July 24, 1937; D 
50982; Oskar Wolfram Gens, Wood- 
side, L. I., N. Y. 5148 

Histerical history of Ivan the Terrible ; 
by G. J. Ellman. © 1 c. July 23, 1937 ; 
D 50961; Gerald 3. Ellman, Brooklyn. 

5149 

Histerical history of Samson the Great ; 
a dramatic composition, by G. J. Ell- 
man. © 1 c. July 27, 1937 ; D 50998 ; 
Gerald J. Ellman, Brooklyn. 5150 

Histerical history of the affairs of Hen- 
ry the Eighth ; by G. J. Ellman. © 1 
c. July 15, 1937 ; D 50831 ; Gerald J. 
Ellman, Brooklyn. 5151 

Histerical history of the battle of Wa- 
terloo ; by G. J. Ellman. © 1 c. July 
14, 1937 ; D 50799 ; Gerald J. Ellman, 
Brooklyn. 5152 

Hollywood boarding house ; episodes 
nos. 1, 2, a radio serial in dramatic 
episodes, by R. Birchard. © 1 c. 
each July 12, 1937; D 50755; Ralph 
Birchard, South Pasadena, Calif. 

5153 

Home for girls ; a play in 3 acts, by R. 
Sokoloff. © 1 c. June 30, 1937; D 
50565; Rae Sokoloff, New York. 

5154 

Heme of the brave ; a play in 3 acts, by 
R. B. Potts. © 1 c. July 3, 1937 ; D 
50626; Ralph B. Potts, Seattle. 5155 

Honest (The) working girl; a radio 
script, by Thomas H. McKnight and 
Robert Ross. no. 25. Fourth of July 
celebration. © 1 c. June 30, 1937; 
D 50543; McKnight & Jordan, inc., 
New York. 5156 

■ no. 26. The bath house and 



the shell game. © 1 c. July 7, 1937 ; 
D 50656; McKnight & Jordan, inc., 
New York. 5157 



no. 27. The pullman train 

and Renting the farm. © 1 c. July 
14, 1937 ; D 50800 ; McKnight & Jor- 
dan, inc., New York. 5158 



no. 28. Lillie's vacation — 

packing — leaving hotel — bon voyage. 
© 1 c. July 21, 1937; D 50917; Mc- 
Knight & Jordan, inc., New York. 

5159 



Honorable (The) Aladdin and his lamp ; 
an original comedy in the Chinese 
manner in 5 scenes, by Sally Coulter. 
© 1 c. July 16, 1937; D 50855; Vera 
Maude Coulter, New York. 5160 

Hoof beats ; episodes nos. 1-39, by 
Cherry Wilson. © 1 c. June 25, 1937 ; 
D 50861 ; Raymond R. Morgan co., 
Los Angeles. 5161 

Hot head; a drama in 3 acts, by L. F. 
Goodrich. © 1 c. July 30, 1937; D 
51039: Libbie Feldman Goodrich, 
Cleveland. 5162 

Houseboat Hannah ; continuities nos. 
186 E. T.-210 E. T., by Irving Vendig. 
© 1 c. each July 9, 1937; D 50715; 
Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 

5163 

I made iron ; a play in 4 acts, by R. A. 
Arms. © 1 c. July 20, 1937; D 50914 ; 
Richard A. Arms, Gettysburg, Pa. 

5164 

I made you possible ; a play for the girls 
of today in 1 act, by Ivor Brown. 
London [1937] 26 p. diagr. 12mo. 
([French's acting ed., no. 2099]) © 
June 15, 1937; 1 c. July 6; D 50632; 
Samuel French, ltd., London. 5165 

I stand accused ! a drama in 3 acts, 
by Maurice Cherney. © 1 c. July 15, 
1937 ; D 50834 ; Beatrice L. Cherney, 
Brooklyn. 5166 



Idea exchange, 
idea ? 



See Have you got an 



If your heart I win ; an operetta in 3 
acts, by S. Mendicino. Text. © 1 c. 
June 15, 1937 : D 50648 ; Saverio Men- 
dicino, Vandergrift, Pa. 5167 

In the foothills. See Western. 

Incidental music ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by E. Fleming and A. Mangott. © 
1 c. July 27, 1937; D 51006; Ethel 
Fleming and Alfred Mangott, New 
York. 5168 

Indian (The) mother; a 2-act play, by 
A. L. Barrett. © 1 c. July 21, 1937 ; 
D 51038; Ada Louise Barrett, Jersey 
City. 5169 

Information please. See Easily staged 
plays for girls. 

Inyentiamo l'amore; in 3 atti, di B. 
Corra e G. Achille. © 1 c. June 19, 
1937 ; D 50608 ; Bruno Corra, Varese, 
Italy, and Giuseppe Achille, Milan. 

5170 



224 



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no. 7, 1937 



5197 



Isabella of Parma ; historical drama in 
5 scenes with prelude and postlude, 
by D. W. Gramly. © 1 c. July 2, 
1937; D 50620; Dewayne William 
Gramly, Gibbon, Neb. 5171 

Island (The) of mystery; a play in 3 
acts, by A. B. Hanchett. © 1 c. July 
21, 1937; D 50938 ; Alice Ballard Han- 
chett, Detroit. 5172 

Jealous mistress ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Lou LaFaiile [pseud, of L. M. Comte] 
© 1 c. July 6, 1937 ; D 50654 ; Louis 
M. Comte, Los Angeles. 5173 

Jeanne D'Arc ; "an historical fantasy in 
1 act. by Myrtle McCormick Grimes. 
Boston, Los Angeles [19-37] 20 i>. 
12mo. © Juno SO, 1937 : 2 c. July 13 ; 
D 50771; Walter H. Baker co., Bos- 
ton. 5174 

Jerry and Pal, last edition, sketches 
no. 1, 2. a radio dramatic serial, by 
H. W. Fiferlik. © 1 c. each July 10, 
1937; D 50785 v 50786; Harold W. 



Fiferlik, Detroit. 



517 



O', 



117(5 



Jerry of the circus ; episode no. 1, by 
Bob Pay ton and Virginia Kami. © 
1 c. July 6, 1937; D 50651; Radio 
transcription co. of America, ltd., Hol- 
lywood, Calif. 5177 

Junior's moustache ; a comedy of youth 
in 1 act, by Bruce Brandon [pseud, of 
Wilbur Braun] New York, London 
[etc.] 1937. 42 p. diagr. 12mo. © 
June 29, 1937 ; 2 c. July 2 ; D 50616 ; 
Samuel French, New York. 5178 

Just another Saturday. See Easily 
staged plays for girls. 

Kameraden von heute ; lustspiel in 3 
akten, von Lothar Sachs. © 1 c. Dec. 
4, 1936; D 50595; Vertriebstelle und 
verlag deutscher buhnenschriftsteller 
u. buhnenkomponisten g. m. b. h. 
Berlin. 5179 

Keep going ; or, Cinderella's coach, a 
play in 2 acts, by R. M. Woodward. 
© 1 c. July 9, 1937; D 50710; Ruth 
Margaret Woodward, New York. 

5180 

Kid (The), Susan ; by F. Ostern and E. 
Riese. © 1 c. June 7, 1937 ; D 50909 ; 
Florence Ostern and Edna Riese, San 
Francisco. 5181 

Kinder : komodie in 3 akten, von E. 
Jacobi. © 1 c. June 26, 1937; D 
50866 ; Octava biihnen- und musik- 
verlag a. g., Zurich, Switzerland. 

5182 



King (The) of the wood; a play in 1 
act, by E. S. Darmady. © 1 c. July 
G, 1937 ; D 50'653 ; E. S. Darmady, St. 
Ives, Cornwall, England. 5183 

Kink no more; a comedy of manners in 
3 acts, by A. M. Burris. © 1 c. July 

14, 1937 ; D 50823 ; Andrew M. Burris, 
New York. ' 5184 

Kitty Keene, inc. ; continuities nos. 266- 
289, by Wallace K. Norman and Day 
Keene. © 1 c. each July 9, 1937 ; D 
50712; Procter & Gamble co., Cincin- 
nati. 5185 

KAr/poz-'o^ut'a ( ! H) ttjs ayvtoarov] 8pa/xa els 
rpels 7rpd£eis, AtffirjTpiov E. 6en8oopi8ov. 
Ev Boarcovr} rf, 5tj Maprtou, 1937. 62, 
[2] p. 8vo. Contains music. Title' 
transliterated : Kleronomia tes ag- 
nostou. Title translated : The heri- 
tage of Mrs. Unknown. © May 

15, 1937 ; 1 c. June 11 ; 1 c. June 26 ; 
D 50493; Demetrios E. Theodorides, 
Boston. 5183 

Lady Luck ; a modern comedy in 3 acts, 
by Albert Vees. New York [1937] 
115 p. 12'mo. ( [Royalty series] ) © 
July 1, 1937 ; 2 c. July 12 ; D 50766 ; 
Fitzgerald pub. Corp., New York. 

5187 

Lady (The) with the hearth; a comedy 
in 3 acts, by J. D. Tetu. © 1 c. July 
6. 1937 ; D 50>338 ; Jack Dashiell Tetu, 
Los Angeles. 5188 

Land of the moon ; a play in 2 acts, by 
Helen Maurene Cotts. New York, 
London [etc., etc.] 1937. 46 p. diagr. 
12mo. © July 1, 1937; 2 c. July 6; 
D 50631 ; Samuel French, New York. 

5189 

Last (The) Valcar ; or, The Maayan 
princess, a romantic comedy drama 
in 4 acts, by W. D. Galyon, sr. © 
1 c. July 8, 1937; D 50673; Walter- 
Dudley Galyon, sr., Fountain City, 
Tenn. 5190 

Leather against flesh ; by D. Carlozzi. 
© 1 c. July 2, 1937 ; D 50613 ; Dome- 
nic Carlozzi, Brockton, Mass. 5191 

Let me explain ; a play in 3 acts, by M. 
Sokolska and B. S. Holmstock. © 
1 c. July 2, 1937; D 50611; Myra 
Sokolska and Boris S. Holmstock, 
New York. 5192 

Life guard. See While the city sleeps. 

Life (The) of Mary Sothern ; scripts 
nos. 695-699. by Don Becker. Scripts 
nos. 695-697, © 1 c. each June 25, 
1937 ; scripts nos. 698, 699, 1 c. each 
June 28 ; D 50603-50607 ; Crosley ra- 
dio Corp., Cincinnati. 5193-5197 



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5198 



pt. i, n. s., v. 10 



Life of Thomas Alva Eclison ; musico- 
drama, author and composer, R. D. 
Stoutenburg. Libretto, © 1 c. May 
29, 1937; music, © 1 c. June 23; D 
39304; Rodley Delmus Stoutenburg, 
Minneapolis. 5198 

Lillie's vacation. See Honest working 
girl. 

Little England ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
W. S. Atkinson. © 1 c. July 12, 1937 ; 
D 50761; William Stabler Atkinson, 
Vernon, Br. Columbia, Canada. 5199 

Little Jimmie Jones ; (Nearly nineteen) 
a comedy of ambitious youth in 3 
acts; by David Duncan [pseud, of 
Charles George] Boston, Los Angeles 
[1937] 132 p. 12mo. ([Baker's 
royalty plays] ) © June 30, 1937 ; 2 c. 
July 13; D 50776; Walter H. Baker 
co., Boston. 5200 

Little (The) white fan; by I. R. Vara. 
© 1 c. June 14, 1937; D 50668; Isa- 
bella R. Vara, Hollywood, Calif. 

5201 

Living books ; an original radio play, 
by Edwin T. Grandy [pseud, of J. M. 
Hagen] Dramatized from the book, 
My kingdom come. © 1 c. July 14, 
1937 ; D 50801 ; John Milton Has:en. 
Sausalito, Calif. 5202 

London after dark ; a play in 3 acts, by 
W. Hackett. © 1 c. June 8, 1937; 
D 50784; Walter Hackett, London. 

5203 

Lone Gulch hold-up. See While the city 
sleeps. 

Lone (The) Ranger ; by Francis Striker, 
nos. A-291-A-300. © 1 c. each July 
1, 1937 ; D 5057^-50588 ; Lone Ranger, 
inc., Detroit. 5204-5213 

nos. A-301— A^303. © 1 c. 



each July 9, 1937; D 50706-50708: 
Lone Ranger, inc., Detroit. 

5214-5216 

nos. A-304— A-306. © 1 c. 

each July 14, 1987; D 50805-50807; 
Lone Ranger, inc., Detroit. 

5217-5219 

nos. A-307— A-309. © 1 c. 



each July 21, 1937; D 50932-50934; 
Lone Ranger, inc., Detroit. 

5220-5222 

Lost (The) planet; a play in 3 preludes, 
3 acts and postlude, by Essex Dane 
[i. e. E. 1). Lewis] © 1 c. July 24, 
1937; D 50979; Essex Dane Lewis, 
New York. 5223 



Lost (The) princess; a marionette play 
in 3 acts, by A. Linka. © 1 c. July 
15, 1937 ; D 50833 ; Anna Linka, Tren- 
ton, N. J. 5224 

Loud sings the cuckoo ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by J. J. Dempsey. © 1 c. June 
30, 1937 ; D 50564 ; Jeannette Johnson 
Dempsey, Cleveland. 5225 

Lovable (The) rogue ; or, A royal game 
with destinies, a play in 3 acts, by H. 
Wyeth. © 1 c. July 6, 1937 ; D 50635 ; 
Henrietta Wyeth, Palm- Beach, Fla. 

5226 

Love (The) bugs; a sentimental farce 
in 3 acts, by E. Locke. © 1 c. July 
14, 1937; D 50830; Edward Locke, 
East Islip, L. I., N. Y. 5227 

Love letters in history. Napoleon and 
Josephine; by H. D. Fields. © 1 c. 
May 3, 1937; D 50818; Harry David 
Fields, Hollywood, Calif. 5228 

by Harry David Fields and J. M. 

Cook. © 1 c. Apr. 8, 1937 ; D 50821 ; 
James Monroe Cook, Hollywood, 
Calif. 5229 

Love (The) welcher ; a comedy in 4 
acts, by A. P. Gedney. © 1 c. July 15, 
1937 ; D 50835 ; Anna Pauline Gedney, 
Chicago. 5230 

Lucky ; a comedy of youth in 3 acts, by 
Robert St. Clair. New York [1937] 
95 p. 12mo. ( [Royalty series] ) © 
May 29, 1937 ; 2 c. June 30 ; D 50541 ; 
Fitzgerald pub. corp., New York. 

5231 

Maayan princess. See Last Valcar. 

Magic (The) bough; by Isabel Ander- 
son. Boston, Los Angeles [1937] 88 
p. 12 mo. ( [Baker's royalty plays] ) 
Contains music. © June 30, 1937; 
2 c. July 13; D 50772; Walter H. 
Baker co., Boston. 5232 

Maids (The) of Madrid; a pirate op- 
eretta in 2 acts, by L. R. Cook. Text. 
© 1 c. July 6, 1937; D 50634; Lau- 
rence Russell Cook, Los Angeles. 

5233 

Making (The) of a king; a drama of 
ancient times in 22 scenes, by R. D. 
Murray. © 1 c. July 6, 1937; D 
50637 ; Rose D. Murray, Butte, Mont. 

5234 

Mama's boy. See First nighter. 

Man with the mortgaged head. See 
Death Valley days. 

Manhattan mother, by Orin Tovrov. 
episodes nos. 51-55. © 1 c. each June 



226 



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no. 7, 1937 



5273 



30, 1937; D 50546-50550' ; Columbia 
broadcasting system, inc., station 
WBBM, Chicago. 5235-5239 

episodes nos. 56-60. © 1 c. 



each July 8, 1937 ; D 50684-50688 ; Co- 
lumbia broadcasting system, inc., sta- 
tion WBBM, Chicago. 5240-5244 

episodes nos. 61-65. © 1 c. 



each July 14, 1937; D 50809-50813, 
Columbia broadcasting system, inc., 
station WBBM, Chicago. 5245-5249 

episodes nos. 66-70. © 1 c. 



each July 21, 1937; D 50919-50923; 
Columbia broadcasting system, inc., 
station WBBM, Chicago. 5250-5254 

episodes nos. 71-75. © 1 c. 



each July 26, 1937; D 50981-50985 
Columbia broadcasting system, inc. 
station WBBM, Chicago. 5255-5259 

Mapleton (The) passion play; a sacred 
drama on the passion and death of 
Our Lord in 6 acts, by Matthias Hel- 
fen. Oconomowoc, Wis., 1937. 6 p. 
L, 58 numb. 1. 4to. © July 20, 1937 ; 
2 c. July 26 ; D 50991 ; Catholic dra- 
matic movement, Oconomowoc, Wis. 

5260 

Maria Letizia Buonaparte (Madame 
Mere) ; soggetto cinematografico, by 
G. Spellanzon. © 1 c. July 9, 1937; 
D 50747 ; Giannina Spellanzon, Ve- 
neto, Italy. 5261 

Marie-Rose ; comedie en 3 actes, de F. 
Wicheler and L. Le Gouriadec. © 
1 c. July 6, 1937 ; D 50753 ; Leopoldine 
Rauschemberg Wicheler, R u e i 1 , 
France, and Loic Le Gouriadec, Paris. 

5262 

Mariopette murder. See Your witness. 

Mark and Mira ; no. 1, a radio broad- 
cast series, by E. G. Walker, ©le, 
July 1, 1937; D 50591; Elma Glenn 
W T alker, Chicago. 5263 

Marouf (the cobbler of Cairo) ; comic 
opera in 4 acts, music by Henri Ra- 
baud, taken from The thousand and 
one nights, after the translation of 
Dr. J. C. Mardrus, poem by Lucien 
Nepoty, English version by Madeleine 
Marshall [i. e. M. M. Simon] and 
George Mead. New York, Fred. Rull- 
man, inc. [1937] 31 p. 8vo. Libretto. 
© May 21, 1937; 2 c. June 18; D 
50765; Madeleine Marshall Simon, 
New York, and George Mead, Brook- 
lyn. 5264 

Marsch der veteranen ; schauspiel in 3 
akten, by Friedrich Bethge. Berlin 
1937] 132 p. 12mo. © May 10, 



1937 ; 1 c. July 12 ; D 50898 ; Theater- 
verlag Albert Langen/Georg Mtiller, 
Berlin. 5265 

Martha Rutledge ; episode no. 1, a dra- 
matic composition for radio produc- 
tion, by Mary Shank. © 1 c. July 
8, 1937 ; D 50683 ; Mrs. Max Carleton 
Shank, Chicago. 5266 

Martiri (I) di Chicago" ; dramma storico 
in 4 atti, di A, Molinari. © 1 c. 
June 21, 1937; D 50566; Alberico 
Molinari, % Vitrorio Buttis, Chicago. 

5267 

Mary Marlin ; episodes nos. 574-595, a 
continuous day to day drama for 
radio reproduction, by Jane Crusin- 
berry. © 1 c. each July 9, 1937; 
D 50711 ; Procter & Gamble co., Cin- 
cinnati. 5268 

Meg o' the mountains ; by George Ed- 
ward Comstock, jr. © 1 c. July 8, 
1937; D 50689; George E. Comstock, 
jr., Worcester. 5269 

Mere ( La ) ; le ch >f -d'oeuvre de Maxime 
Gorki [pseud, of Aleksiel Maksimo- 
vich Pieshkov] Adaptation en un pro- 
logue et 8 tableaux, par V. Margue- 
ritte. © 1 c. July 6, 1937 ; D 50749 ; 
Victor Margueritte, Paris. 5270 

Merlusse ; [par] Marcel Pagnol. Ed- 
ited with introduction, notes and 
vocabulary, by Lucius Gaston Mof- 
fatt. New York [1937] xxiv, [4], 
3-117, xxx p. plates printed on both 
sides. 16mo. (c) June 23, 1937 ; 2 c. 
and aff. June 26; A 106759 ; Henry 
Holt & co., inc., New York. 5270* 

Merry wives of boredom. See Easily 
staged plays for girls. 

Message of Hydesville. See Birth of 
modern spiritualism. 

Midnight (The) ghost; a spooky farce 
comedy in 1 act, by Basil Ring. New 
York, London [etc., etc.] [1987] 
42 p. diagr. 12mo. © July 20, 
1937 ; 2 c. July 29 ; D 51034 ; Samuel 
French, New York. 5271 

Midsummer's (A) night's spasm ; a sat- 
ire in three acts, by I. R. Vara. © 
1 c. July 14, 1937 ; D 50824 ; Isabella 
R. Vara and Thomas Moore, Los An- 
geles. 5272 

Mile-away murder ; a detective play in 
3 acts, by Anthony Armstrong [pseud, 
of Anthony Armstrong Willis] [Lon- 
don, Vail & co., 1937] 87 p. 8vo. © 
May 31, 1937 ; 1 c. July 12 ; D 50742 ; 
Anthony Armstrong, ltd., N. Peters- 
field, Sussex, England. 5273 



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pt. i, n. s., v. 10 



Miscast ; a play in 3 acts, by C. S. Gil- 
lam. © 1 c. July 27, 1937 ; D 50067 ; 
Cornelia Stabler Gillam, Buck Hill 
Falls, Pa. 5274 

Mist ; a play in 3 acts, by Andre Roger 
[pseud, of A. Barbier] © 1 c. July 
13, 1937; D 50859; Andree Barbier, 
Saint-Paul (Alpes Maritimes) 
France. 5275 

Mister Bonaparte ; a play in 3 acts, by 
M. Robinson. © 1 c. July 30, 1937 ; 
D 51044; Michael Robinson, Glen- 
ridge, N. J. 5276 

Mr. Gaspar Poodlepink of Pettyville ; 
a story in 4 parts, by G. Duca. © 
1 c. June 30, 1937 ; D 50567 ; George 
Duca, Washington. 5277 

Mooncalf; a play in 1 act, by Brainerd 
Duffield [i. e. S. B. Duffield jr.] © 
1 c. July 6, 1937; D 50336; Silas 
Brainerd Duffield, jr., Van Nuys, 
Calif. 5278 

Mother Clancy's neighbors ; episode no. 
1, by L. H. Gordon! © 1 c. Mar. 17, 
1937; D 50728; Lillian Harris Gor- 
doni, Chicago. 5279 

Mother (The) of glory; a pageant- 
drama of the glorious mysteries. 
The third play of the trilogy The 
chaplet of roses, with a concluding 
scene, the Eternal magnificat, by 
Matthias Helfen. Oconomowoc, Wis., 
1937. 4 p. 1., 31 numb. 1., 1 1. 4to. 
© July 20, 1937; 2 c. July 26; D 
50992; Catholic dramatic movement, 
Oconomowoc, Wis.. 5280 

Murder at Mrs. Lorings. See Easily 
staged plays for girls. 

Murder on a due bill ; a play in 3 acts, 
by F. Freiberger. © 1 c. July 9, 
1937 ; D 50698 ; Fred Freiberger, New 
York. 5281 

Murder will out ; a mystery play in 3 
acts, by D. Cunningham and Carolyn 
Verdier Kerr. © 1 c. July 13, 1937 ; 
D 50787 ; Dan Cunningham, Laguna 
Beach, Calif. 5282 

Murder with music. See Your witness. 

My kingdom come. See Living books. 

Nach fueufzehn jahren ; lustpiel in 3 
akten, von Istvan Zagon. © 1 c. 
June 26, 1937; D 50663; Octava 
biihnen- und musikverlag a. g., 
Zurich, Switzerland. 5283 

Napoelon and Josephine. See Love let- 
ters in history- 



Negro (The) boy and his monkey; a 
children's pantomime with animated 
cartoons and numerous side remarks 
by the good old mammy, translated 
and adapted from the original Rus- 
sian by B. G. Guerney. Scenario by 
Nathalie Satz and Sergei Rozaanov. 
© 1 c. July 7, 1937 ; D 50670 ; Bernard 
Guilbert Guerney, New York. 5284 

Neighbors ; a play in 1 act, by R. S. 
Burnham. © 1 c. July 27, 1937; D 
50907 ; Rena S. Burnham, Schenec- 
tady, N. Y. 5285 

New (The) life: a scenario in 4 acts, 
by J. F. Pocock. © 1 c. July 8, 1937 ; 
D 50681 ; James Franklin Pocock, 
Lancaster, O. 5286 

Newsreel of the air ; issues nos. 1, 2, 
by R, Fernstrom and D. S. Ballov. 
© 1 c. each June 18, 1937; D 50661, 
50662: Ray Fernstrom & David S. 
Ballov, Hollywood, Calif. 

5287, 5288 

Nothing up his sleeve. See Thrillers ! 

Now is the time ; a comedy-drama in 
a prologue and 3 acts, by F. Ruther- 
ford. © 1 c. July 14, 1937 ; D 50815 ; 
Forrest Rutherford, Washington. 

5289 

Off-stage ; a play in 3 acts, by R Brooks. 
© 1 c. July 10', 1937 ; D 50736 ; Rich- 
ard Brooks, New York. 5290 

Off the coast ; a play in 3 acts, by Ray- 
mond Ashton. © 1 c. July 15, 1937 ; 
D 50010; Raymond A. Shields, New 
York. 5291 

Off to Buffalo ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Drake Ballard [i. e. F. D. Ballard] 
© 1 c. July 28, 1937 ; D 51014 ; Fran- 
cis Drake Ballard, New York. 5292 

One hundred and fifty years. See 150 
years. 

O'Neills (The) ; episodes nos. 424-445, 
bv Jane West. © 1 c. each July 9, 
1937 ; D 50716 ; Procter & Gamble co., 
Cincinnati. 5293 

Orphan Nell; or, The tale of the moth 
and the flame ; a play in 4 acts, by 
F. K. Matthis. © 1 c. July 19, 1937; 
D 50889; Floss Knight Matthis, Fort 
Worth, Tex. 5294 

Our lady of the lantern : by L. C. 
Sharpe. © 1 c. July 14, 1937; D 
50828; Lena C. Sharpe, Nashville. 

5295 

Our Natacha ; a 3 act play by Alejandro 
Casona. English version by L. A. Ba- 



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5320 



rait. © 1 c. June 28, 1937 ; D 50660 ; 
Luis A. Baralt, Habana, Cuba. 5296 

Outcasts (The) of Poker Flat; by Bret 
Harte. Radio adaptation by Juliet 
Shutt. © 1 c. June 7, 1937 ; D 50745 ; 
Juliet B. Shutt, Los Angeles. 5297 

Oxydol's own Ma Perkins ; continuities 
nos. 1018 E. T.-1035 E. T., by Lee 
Gebhart. © 1 c. each July 9, 1937 ; D 
50717; Procter & Gamble co., Cincin- 
nati. 5298 

Pamplemousse ; comedie en 3 actes, by 
A. Birabeau. © 1 c. July 6, 1937 ; D 
50751 ; Andre Birabeau. Vaucreppon, 
France. 5299 

Pandora, inc., a comedy drama in a pro- 
logue 2 acts and an epilogue, by L. B. 
Torok. © 1 c. July 22, 1937 ; D 50942 ; 
Louise B. Torok, Ossining, N. Y. 5300 

Parole: heiraten.! ; schwank in 3 akten, 
von Hans de Neve [pseud.] undKarl- 
Ludwig Lindt. © 1 c. Dec. 4, 1936; 
D 50596 ; Vertriebstelie und verlag 
deutscher buhnenschriftsteller u. buh- 
nenkomponisten g. m. b. h.. Berlin. 

5301 

Partners (The) ; serial no. 1, by O. 
Hearn. © 1 c. July 19, 1937 ; D 50924 ; 
Olive Hearn, Hudson, N. Y. 5302 

Passion and politics ; the love story of 
Germaine Necker de Stael, in 3 acts, 
by W. L. Barrett and L. G. Irwin. 
© 1 c. July 17, 1937 ; D 50872 ; W. L. 
Barrett and L. G. Irwin, New York. 

5303 

Perdita and Florizel ; a play in 3 acts, 
by M. S. Fresell. © 1 c. July 3, 1937 ; 
D 50622; Margaret Simone Fresell, 
New York. 5304 

Pied (The) piper; a play in 3 acts, by 
H. Elfenbein. © 1 c. July 8, 1937; 
D 50695; Hiram Elfenbein, Jersey 
City. 5305 

Pillar of salt ; a play in 3 acts, by Ste- 
phen Howard [pseud, of C. H. 
Staehle] © 1 c. July 19, 1937; D 
50928; Cyrus Henry Staehle, New 
York. 5306 

Pinnacle (The) ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Monte Siloh. © 1 c. July 9, 1937 ; D 
50697 ; James H. Bell, Treviiians, Va. 

5307 

Poet (The) of the piano; a dramatiza- 
tion of the life of Frederick Chopin, 
by R. J. Cannaday. © 1 c. July 28, 
1937; D 51015; Ralph Jerome Can- 
naday, New York. 5308 



Polly pretends ; by the Drackett co. ; 
program no. 16. Dude ranch. © 1 c. 
June 30', 1937 ; D 50544 ; Drackett co., 
Cincinnati. 5309 

urogram no. 17. Cuba. © 

1 c. June 30, 1937 ; D 50545 ; Drackett 
co., Cincinnati. 5310 

program no. 18. Dublin. © 



1 c. July 9, 1937 ; D 50724 ; Drackett 
co., Cincinnati. 5311 

program no. 19. River packet. 



© 1 c. July 9, 1937 ; D 50731 ; Drack- 
ett co., Cincinnati. 5312 

program no. 20. London. © 



1 c. July 16, 1937 ; D 50887 ; Drackett 
co., Cincinnati. 5313 

Pretendin' ; by Virginia Clippinger. Bos- 
ton, Los Angeles [1937] 24 p. 12mo. 
([Baker's royalty plays]) © June 
30', 1937 ; 2 c. July 13 ; D 50773 ; Wal- 
ter H. Baker co., Boston. 5314 

Private confusion ; a play about three 
extroverts in 3 acts, by A. Parker and 
H. Albright. © 1 c. July 23, 1937 ; D 
50949; Austin Parker, Beverly Hills, 
Calif., and Hardie Albright, Larch- 
mont, N. Y. 5315 

Professor (II) Mustafa' ; commedia in 3 
atti, di R. Minardi. © 1 c. July 6, 
1937; D 50754; Ruggero Minardi, 
Paris. 5316 

Pullman train. See Honest working 
girl. 

Rabbits in a high hat ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by D. Long and H. Howard. © 
1 c. July 3, 1937; D 50627; Dillard 
Long and Henry Howard, New York. 

5317 

Red ( The ) spider ; a mystery play in 3 
acts, by Hubert Hayes. Boston, Los 
Angeles [1937] 128 p. 12mo. ( [Ba- 
ker's royalty plays] ) © June 26, 
1937 ; 2 c. July 13 ; D 50770 ; Walter 
H. Baker co., Boston. 5318 

Reflected glory ; a play, by George 
Kelly. New York, London [etc.] 
Samuel French [1937] 6 p. 1., 3-235 
p. 12mo. © July 12, 1937 ; 2 c. July 
14; D 50990; George Kelly, Los An- 
geles. • 5319 

Relatively speaking. See Three revue 
sketches for Compere and others. 

Release ; by Luke Stewart. [Toronto] 
New York [1937] 28 p. diagr. 12mo. 
( [Canadian playwright series] ) © 
Apr. 28, 1937 ; 1 c. July 12 ; D 50768 ; 
Samuel French (Canada) ltd., To- 
ronto. 5320 



9375—37- 



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5321 



pt. i, n. s., v. 10 



Remember death ! See Thrillers ! 

Reminiscence ; a play in 3 acts, by E. 
Gilbert. © 1 c. July 10, 1937; D 
50735; Edwin Gilbert, Oceanport, 
N. J. 5321 

Renting the farm. See Honest working 
girl. 

Requiem for a genius; a dramatic epi- 
sode, by G. E. Spalding. © 1 c. July 
14, 1937; D 50802; Graydon Edward 
Spalding, Pasadena. 5322 

Resurrection [sic] ; a sacred cantata, 
libretto and music by Charles Sayers. 
© 1 c. July 23, 1937 ; D 39308 ; Charles 
Leroy Sayers, San Bernardino, Calif. 

5323 

Retreat from folly ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Amy Kennedy Gould and Eileen 
Russell. London, H. F. W. Deane & 
sons, The Year book press, ltd. ; Bos- 
ton, The Baker international play bu- 
reau [1937] 3 p. 1., [5]-72 p. diagrs. 
8vo. (The Year book press series of 
plays) © June 16, 1937; 1 c. June 
28; D 50677; Amy Kennedy Gould, 
Bushey, Herts, England, and Eileen 
Russell, London. 5324 

Reverend (The) Weary goes to heaven; 
a comedy in 3 acts, by C. Seiler and 
Gwendolen Logan. © 1 c. July 13, 
1937 ; D 50796 ; Conrad Seiler, Holly- 
wood, Calif. 5325 

Rex Arno of the international police 
force; by John Wardell. The Sing 
Tung opium smuggling mystery. © 
1 c. July 27, 1937 ; D 51004 ; John K. 
Wardle, Boston. 5326 

The Van Dyke pearl robbery. 

© 1 c. July 27, 1937 ; D 51005 ; John 
K. Wardle, Boston. 5327 

Rex (The) hotel; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by John Crump. © 1 c. July 21, 
1H37; D 50937; John Gray Crump, 
New York. 5328 

Rhythm in the sun; July 2, 1937, by 
Jean V. Grombach, Ted Sills, and 
Leonard Holton. © 1 c. July 7, 1937; 
D 50669 ; Grombach productions, inc.. 
New York. 5329 

Richest (The) man in the world; a 
screen story, by A. K. Pomerov. © 
1 c. July 12, 1937: D 50738; Arthur 
Kellogg Pomeroy, New York. 5330 

Ring around the moon ; a fantasy in 3 
acts, by D. P. Roberts. © 1 c. June 
26, 1937 ; D 51003 ; Doris Pauline Rob- 
erts, Atlanta. 5331 



River packet. See Polly pretends. 

Roger — not so jolly ; a drama in 1 act, 
by Ronald Mavor and James Bridie. 
London, New York [etc., etc] [1937] 
18 p. 12mo. ([French's plays for 
boys, no. 28] ) © June 29, 1937 ; 1 c. 
July 20; D 50892; Samuel French, 
ltd., London. 5332 

Rogue in bed. See Bedfast prophet. 

Room service; [a comedy about show 
business in 3 acts] by John Murray 
and Allen Boretz. New York, Ran- 
dom House [1937] 191 p. 8vo. © 
July 15, 1937 ; 2 c. July 28 ; D 50995 ; 
John Murray and Allen Boretz, New 
York. 5333 

Rosabella of Rockport ; a play, by T. E. 
Brown. © 1 c. July 19, 1987; D 
50888 ; Thos. Edw. Brown, Frost, Tex. 

5334 

Royal game with destinies. See Lovable 
rogue. 

Rule Britannia ; a comedy, by H. Peale. 
© 1 c. July 8, 1937 ; D 50691 ; Helena 
Peale, New York. 5335 

Rumpelstiltskin ; song play in 2 acts, 
by Berta Elsmith, music, folk tunes 
harmonized by, Charles Repper. 
Boston [1937] 5 p. 1., 65 p. 4to. 
(Elsmith series, no. 5) © June 24, 
1937; 2 c. July 6; D 39305; C. C. 
Birchard & co., Boston. 5336 

Sacerdote (El) y el amor; drama en 3 
actos, por M. Rossell. © 1 c. July 9, 
1937 ; D 50880 : Marcial Rossell, New 
York. 5337 

Sacred (The) flame; a play in 3 acts 
with prologue, by Agute Mackesey. 
© 1 c. July 3, 1937 ; D 50644 ; Herman 
Lieberman, New York. 5338 

Said Pasha ; a romantic opera in 2 acts, 
by Richard Stahl and Lorraine Sher- 
wood Stahl. Text. © 1 c. July 1, 
1937 ; D 50592 ; Leona Supplee Stahl, 
New York. 5339 

Salute to the cities ; July 9, 1937, by Bob 
Maley. © 1 c. July 13, 1937; D 
50901 ; Grosley radio corp.. Cincinnati. 

5340 

Save me the waltz ; a play in 3 acts, by 



K. Dayton. 



1 c. July 8, 1937; D 



50674 ; Katharine Dayton, New York. 

5341 

Saving (The) of Gasovania ; a comedy 
in 1 act, by W. S. Atkinson. © 1 c. 
July 12. l'KiT ; D 50762; William Stab- 
ler Atkinson, Vernon, Br. Columbia, 
Canada. 5342 



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no. 7, 1937 



5364 



Schloss im nebel ; lustspiel in 3 akten, 
von Thomas Henry. © 1 c. June 26, 
1937; D 50664; Octava biihnen- und 
musikverlag a. g., Zurich, Switzer- 
land. 5343 

Scoop reporter. See Thrillers! 

Seance (The) shooting. See Your wit- 
ness. 

Secret (The) heart; a play in 3 acts, 
by B. Parsons. Adapted from Chris- 
tian, by Yvan Noe. © 1 c. July 13, 
1937; D 50793; Blythe Parsons, New 
York. 5344 

Sedrick Hoyt and his magical Confetti 
cocktail time, with a cabaret diver- 
tissement and (name of assistant) 
Cabareen, a floor-show, dramatico- 
musical act, by E. G. Heyl. © 1 c. 
July 24, 1937 ; D 39309 ; Earle G. Heyl, 
Baltimore. 5345 

Senatus consultum ; drama in 3 acts, 
by P. Savoy. © 1 c. July 17, 1937 ; 
D 50873; Perry Savoy, Brooklyn. 

5346 

Sense and sensibility ; a play in 4 acts, 
by Sybil Hope Justine. A dramatic 
adaptation from the novel of Jane 
Austen. © 1 c. July 9, 1937; D 
50699; Mildred 'Lenore' Blakesley, 
East Saugatuck, Mich. 5347 

Sentimental Sally ; a romantic comedy 
in 3 acts, by W. S. Atkinson. © 1 c. 
July 12, 1937 ; D 50763 ; William Stab- 
ler Atkinson, Vernon, Br. Columbia, 
Canada. 5348 

Sepia society; a play in 3 acts, by S. 
Easton. © 1 c. July 2, 1937; D 
50612; Sidney Easton, Corona, N. Y. 

5349 

Shades of Amadis ; a play in 2 acts, by 
J. Smoleroff. © 1 c. July 14, 1937; 
D 50948 ; Joseph Smoleroff, New York. 

5350 

Shakespeare as you would like him, 
Hamlet; a dramatic composition, by 
H. Ellman. © 1 c. July 23, 1937 ; D 
50963; Harry Ellman, Brooklyn. 

5351 

Sheepey's Bottom ; a farce in 3 acts, by 
Tom Macaulay. © 1 c. July 8, 1937 ; 
D 50999 ; Chambre Thomas Macaulay 
Booth, New York. 5352 

Shooting of a ghost. See Your witness. 

Signal at dawn. See Thrillers ! 

Silken web; a scenario, by M. L. Rod- 
gers. © 1 c. June 24, 1937 ; D 51002 ; 
Mary Louise Roclgers, Pocatello, Id. 

5353 



Silver lining. See Easily staged plays 
for girls. 

Sing Tung opium smuggling mystery. 
See Rex Arno of the international 
police force. 

Singing Piedmont; a play in 1 act, by 
A. Buttitta. Revision of Black dam- 
nation by the same author. © 1 c. 
July 6, 1937 ; D 50658 ; Anthony But- 
titta, New York. 5354 

Sir Thomas More ; a tragedy in 4 acts, 
by J. Palmer. © 1 c. June 29, 1937 ; 
D 50557; John Palmer, Geneva, 
Switzerland. 5355 

Sister Estella : a play in 3 parts, by 
A. Pasca. Adapted from a poem by 
Arnaldo Fusinato. © 1 c. July 6, 
1937 ; D 50633 ; Anthony Pasca, New 
York. 5356 

Sitting pretty; a drama in 3 acts, by 
G. Irvine and J. Norris. © 1 c. July 
12, 1937 ; D 50760 ; Gladys Irvine and 
June Norris, Los Angeles. 5357 

Smoke dreams ; by Naiph J. Abodaher. 
July 11, 1937. © 1 c. July 13, 1937 ; 
D 50902; Crosley radio corp., Cin- 
cinnati. 5358 

July 18, 1937. © 1 c. July 20, 

1937; D 51009; Crosley radio corp., 
Cincinnati. 5359 

Sold for one week ; a play in 4 acts, by 
Stella Field. © 1 c. July 10, 1937; 
D 50737; Stella Feldman Field, 
New York. 5360 

Soldiers of fortune. See Story of the 
stars. 

Soloman [sic] had three hundred ; a 
comedy in 3 acts, by W. J. Hurlbut. 
© 1 c. July 23, 1937; D 50966; 
William James Hurlbut, Hollywood, 
Calif. 5361 

Solomon in all his glory. See Death 
Valley days. 

Spanish (The) gypsy; a play in 2 
episodes, by M. F. Scott. Text. © 
1 c. July 12, 1937; D 50758; M. 
Florence Scott, Pueblo, Col. 5362 

Spirit (The) of life; a play in 3 acts, 
by Christine Darmor [pseud, of F. F. 
Weir] © 1 c. June 30. 1937; D 
50593 ; Fernande Forthomme Weir. 
New York. 5363 

Sports on parade; July 12, 1937, by 
Naiph J. Abodaher. © 1 c. July 
19, 1937; D 50945; Crosley radio 
corp., Cincinnati. 5364 



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pt. i, n. s., v. 10 



Sposa (La) tradita ; by M. Orlando. 
© 1 c. July 1, 1937 ; D 50973 ; Millie 
Orlando, Philadelphia. 5365 

Springtime for Susie ; a sprightly farce 
in 3 acts, by James F. Stone. New 
York, London [etc., etc.] [1937] 
116 p. diagr. 12mo. © July 2, 
1937; 2 c. July 8; D 50680; Samuel 
French, New York. 5366 

Star-wagon (The) ; a play in 3 acts, 
by M. Anderson. © 1 c. July 10, 
1937; D 50829; Maxwell Anderson, 
New York. 5367 

Still going with the wind ; a 1-act 
play, by Lawrence Saunders [pseud, 
of B. Davis] © 1 c. July 30, 1937; 
D 51043; Burton Davis, Westport, 
Conn. 5368 

Storm bound. See Easily staged plays 
for girls. * 

Storm (The) must go on; a comedy 
in 3 acts, by H. Ingram and M. 
Kanin. © 1 c. July 7, 1937 ; D 50671 ; 
Harry Ingram, Norwalk, Conn., and 
Myer Kanin, New York. 5369 

Storm over Ascona ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by M. J. Valency. © 1 c. July 17, 
1937; D 50883; Maurice J. Valency, 
Paris. 5370 

Story of the stars. (Errol Flynn) 
Soldiers of fortune ; by H. D. Fields. 
© 1 c. May 3, 1937 ; D 50816 ; Harry 
David Fields, Hollywood, Calif. 

5371 

by J. M. Cook. © 1 c. May 



3, 1937; D 50819; James Monroe 
Cook, Hollywood, Calif. 5372 

Strange prank; a drama in 3 acts, 
by H. Meyer and E. Meyer. © 1 c. 
July 24, 1937 ; D 50989 ; Harry Meyer 
and Estelle Meyer, New York. 

5373 

Strike up the band ; a farce in 3 acts, 
by L. C. Fuller. © 1 c. July 29, 
1937 ; D 51041 ; Lois Compton Fuller, 
New Castle, Ind. 5374 

Strip (The) teaser; a play in 3 acts, 
by Rudolph Lothar. English version 
and adaptation by Macklym Hartyl 
[pseud, of T. E. H. Black] © 1 c. 
July 12, 1937; D 50782; Thomas E. 
H. Black, Detroit. 5375 

Struggle for a career; by R. J. Culler. 
© 1 c. July 13, 1937; D 50877; 
Robert Jervis Culler, Baltimore. 

5376 

Successful (A) career; a play in 3 
acts, by Joan Craig [pseud, of F. 



Drimer] © 1 c. July 24, 1937; D 
50977; Frieda Drimer, New York. 

5377 

Super-dictator ; a comedy in 1 act, by 
John N. Landberg. © 1 c. July 
20, 1937; D. 50912; R. Landberg, 
Philadelphia. 5378 

Super special; by J. Hallen. © 1 c. 
July 2, 1937 ; D 50646 ; Jack Hallen, 
New York. 5379 

Surkala ; a comedy in 2 acts, by J. 
Berns and J. Kalich. Yiddish text. 
© 1 c. July 30, 1937 ; D 51040 ; Julie 
Berns and Jacob Kalich, New York. 

5380 

Sweet antidote ; a short play, by L. 
German. © 1 c. July 21, 1937; D 
50941 ; Louis German, New York. 

5381 

Sweet Genevieve : a drama of the old 
South in prologue and 5 acts, by 
F. L. Gerbig. © 1 c. July 23, 1937 ; 
D 50044; Frederic L. Gerbig, St. 
Louis county, Mo. 5382 

Swell (The) ; a drama in 3 acts, by 
L. F. Goodrich. © 1 c. June 30, 
1937; D 50551; Libbie Feldman 
Goodrich, Cleveland. 5383 

Tale of the moth and the flame. See 
Orphan Nell. 

Talent for sale ; by M. Blashe. © 1 c. 
June 15, 1937; D 50508; Maurice 
Blashe, New York. 5384 

Tenacious inventor. See Vulcan's 
product. 

Testament of faith ; a new Horace 
Mann play, by Members of the 
faculty of Antioch College. New 
York, Dramatists play service, inc. 
[1937] 100 p. front, (port.) diagrs. 
12mo. © July 1, 1937 ; 2 c. July 3 ; 
D 50764; Antioch college, Yellow 
Springs, O. 5385 

There is room in the inn ; a Christmas 
play with worship service, by Aileen 
Humphrey Yinger. Boston, Los 
Angeles [etc.] [1937] 18 p. 12mo. 
© June 26, 1937; 2 c. July 13; D 
50769; Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 

5386 

They span the years ; a play in 3 acts, 
by R. H. Maury. © 1 c. July 29, 
1937; D 51032; Richard Hayward 
Maury, Davien, Conn. 5387 

Thirteen years ; a play in 3 acts, by 
B. S. Gross and L. Rue. © 1 c. July 
8, 1937; D 50703; Ben S. Gross and 
Larry Rue, New York. 5388 



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540S 



This room and this gin and these sand- 
wiches ; three plays by Edmund Wil- 
son. New York, The New republic 
1937. 6 p. 1., 3-298 p. 12mo. Con- 
tents. — The crime in the Whistler 
room. — A winter in Beech street. — 
Beppo and Beth. © June 18, 1937; 
2 c. June 18 ; D 5072") : Editorial pub- 
lications, inc., New York. 53S9 

Those who follow — , lift up your heart ; 
a play in 3 acts, by H. Drimer. © 1 
c. July 21. 1937; D 50915; Henry 
Drimer, Sea Gate, N. Y. Harbor. 

5390 

Thought for food ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by K. Winter. © 1 c. June 29, 1937 ; 
D 50558 ; Keith Winter, London. 

5391 

Thousand and one nights. Sec Marouf 
(the cobbler of Cairo). 

Three in a bed; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
B. Brown. © 1 c. July 8, 1937; D 
51028 ; Beth Brown, New York. 5392 

Three revue sketches for Compere and 
others ; by Philip Shade. London 
[1987] 27 p. 8vo. ([French's act- 
ing edition, no. 87] ) Contents. — As 
it goes along. — Relatively speaking. — 
Wireless cookery. © June 29, 1937; 

1 c. July 29 ; D 51038 ; Samuel French, 
ltd., London. 5393 

Thrillers ! seven new non-royalty plays 
for men and boys, compiled by S. Syl- 
van Simon. New York, London [etc., 
etc.] [1937] viii, 144 p. plates. 
12mo. Contents. — Trouble in tunnel 
nine, by S. Sylvan Simon. — Black 
male, by Ray E. Hurd. — Everything's 
just dandy, by S. Sylvan Simon. — 
The scoop reporter, by S. Sivan Si- 
nn ai. — Signal at dawn, by Iris Vin- 
ton. — Nothing up his sleeve, by S. Syl- 
van Simon. — Remember death ! by 
Charles Grayson. © May 27, 1937; 

2 c. June 2 ; D 50539 ; Samuel French, 
New York. 5394 

Tillie and Will ; by C. Carr. episode no. 
1: © 1 c. June 14. 1937; D 50647; 
Catharine Carr, Los Angeles. 5395 

episode no. 5. © 1 c. July 

12, 1C37; D 51011; Catharine Carr, 
Los Angeles. 5398 



episode no. 6. © 1 c. Julv 19. 

1937; D 50908; Catharine Carr, Los 
Angeles. 5397 

Time turned topsy-turvy ; a dream in 1 
act, by Le Roy Lane. New York, Lon- 
don [etc., etc.] [1937] 32 p. diagr. 



12mo. © July 12, 1937 ; 2 c. July 16 ; 
D 50842 ;. Samuel French, New York. 

5398 
To my radio dream lover ; episode no. 
1, a script for radio broadcast, by 
Lona Claire [pseud, of E. W. Emery] 
© 1 c. May 26, 1937 ; D 50743 ; Emma 
Wilson Emery, Chicago. 5399 

To the best man; a play in 3 acts, by 
D. Kogen. © 1 c. July 17, 1937; D 
50882 ; David Kogen, New York. 

5400 

Toby (The) jug; a farcical comedy in 
1 act, by Lilian I. Sayce. London, 
H. F. W. Deane & sons, The Year 
book press, ltd. ; Boston, The Baker 
international play bureau [1937] 
22 p. diagr. 12mo. ( [Village drama 
society plays] ) © July 1, 1937 ; 1 c. 
July 14 ; D 50875 ; Lilian I. Sayce, Ed- 
munds, Suffolk, England. 5401 

Tonight's the night ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Carl Webster Pierce. New York 
[1937] 87 p. 12mo. ([Royalty se- 
ries] ) © July 1, 1937 ; 2 c. July 12 ; 
D 50787; Fitzgerald pub. corp., New 
York. 5402 

Toothpicks to you ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Betty Maier [i. e. B. M. Goldmanl 
© 1 c. July 22, 1937 ; D 50943 ; Betty 
Maier Goldman, Long Beach, L. I., 
N. Y. 5403 

Trading (The) post; Apr. 5, 1937, a ra- 
dio program, by O. W. Klose, jr. © 
1 c. June 28, 1937 ; D 50905 ; O. Wil- 
lard Klose, jr., East St. Louis, 111. 

5404 

Tragedy in blue ; a play in 3 acts, by 
J. V. Passar. © 1 c. June 29, 1937^; 
D 50555 ; John Vincent Passar, 
Brooklyn. 5405 

Tragical (The) history of Doctor Faus- 
tus ; by Christopher Marlowe. Adapt- 
ed by K. Friar. © 1 c. July 29, 1937 ; 
D 51045 ; Kimon Friar, Pressmen's 
Home, Tenn. 5408 

Trois valses ; operette en 3 actes, de 
Leopold Marchand et Albert Wille- 
metz, d'apres Knepler et Robinson. 
Musique de Oscar Straus; musique 
du ler acte d'apres Johann Strauss, 
pere, musique du 2eme acte d'apres 
Johann Strauss, fils, musique du 3eme 
acte de Oscar Straus. Text. © 1 c. 
July 9, 1937 ; D 50838 ; Editions Royal- 
ty, Paris. 5107 

Trouble in tunnel nine. See Thrillers ! 

Troupers and troopers ; a screen play, 
by L. Wolf. Text. © 1 c. July 12, 
1937; D 50757; Louis Wolf, Fort 
Wayne, Ind. 540S 



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5409 



pt. i, n. s., v. 10 



Turandot dankt ab ; ein spiel von politik 
nnd liebe in 5 akten, von Marianne 
Rieser. . © 1 c. July 23, 1937 ; D 
51008 ; Georg Marton, Vienna. 5409 

Turnstile ; a comedy in 3 acts, by J. 
Moffatt and D. Scheier. © 1 c. July 
14, 1937 ; D 50826 ; Jean Moffatt and 
Donald Scheier, Madison, O. 5410 

Twenty four hours a day. See First 
nighter. 

'Twixt cup and lip ; a version in Scots, 
by Felix Fair, of The dear departed, 
by Stanley Houghton. London [1937] 
26 p. diagr. 12mo. ( [French's act- 
ing edition, no. 2171]) © June 29, 
1937 ; 1 c. July 29 ; D 51035 ; Samuel 
French, ltd., London. 5411 

Two (The) halves; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by L. Hatch. From The Napoleon 
of Notting hill, by G. K. Chesterton. 
© 1 c. June 25, 1937 ; D 50599 ; Leon- 
ard Hatch, Old Greenwich, Conn. 

5412 

Two hearts in candid camera time; a 
revue, by W. McCarty, J. Gearon and 
E. Crandall. Text. © 1 c. July 22, 
1937 ; D 50956 ; Wilson McCarty, John 
Gearon, and Edward Crandall, New 
York. 5413 

Tyge Brahe ; historisk skuespil i 5 akter, 
af A. Barfoed. © 1 c. July 19, 1937 ; 
D 50911 ; Aage Barfoed, Copenhagen. 

5414 

Uncle Dudley and the twins in Southern 
Belle ; a dramatic composition, by G. 
J. Ellman. © 1 c. July 26, 1937 ; D 
50974 ; Gerald J. Ellman, Brooklyn. 

5415 

Unconquerable (The) soul; (a play on 
Sir Thomas More). an historical 
tragedy in 1 act, by C. Clarke. © 1 c. 
July 3, 1937; D 50858; Clorinda 
Clarke, Utica, N. Y. 5416 

Under the snow ; a play in 4 acts, by 
Elizabeth Metzger [i, e. E. M. How- 
ard] © 1 c. July 3, 1937; D 50829; 
Elizabeth Metzger Howard, Winter 
Haven, Fla. 5417 

Under western skies. See While the 
city sleeps. 

Understudy for the duke ; a play in 1 
act, by George C. Stanford (in col- 
laboration with Arthur Ridgway from 
the story by Kenneth Barber) Lon- 
don [1937] 18 p. 12mo. ([French's 
acting edition, no. 2107] ) © June 
29, 1937; 1 c. July 20: D 50591; Sam- 
uel French, ltd., London. 5418 



United (The) stopia of 2036; episode 1, 
a series of sketches, by E. D. Dally. 
© 1 c. July 3, 1937 ; D 50692 ; Edward 
D. Dally, New York. 5419 

Valentina ; a musical melodrama and 
comedy in 4 acts, by V. Stanesco. 
Text. © 1 c. July 3, 1937 ; D 50628 ; 
Valeria Stanesco, New York. 5420 

Van Dyke pearl robbery. See Rex Arno 
of the international police force. 

Verbrechen (Das) des Eugen Landtj 
stuck in 5 akten, von Felix Helmer 
[pseud.'] Wien [1936] various pag- 
ings. 4to. © Nov. 14, 1936 ; 1 c. Mar. 
13, 1937; D 50840; Theaterverlag 
Eirich, g. m. b. h., Vienna. 5421 

Virginia ; a play in 2 acts, by L. Stal- 
lings and O. Davis. Music by Arthur 
Schwartz. Text. © 1 c. July 28, 
1937; D 51018; Laurence Stallings 
and Owen Davis, New York. 5422 

Viva Espana; a drama in 3 acts, by 
Robert M. Neville and T. A. Gold- 
smith. © 1 c. July 24, 1937 ; D 50980 ; 
Theodore Allan Goldsmith, New York. 

5423 

Vray (Le) mistere de la passion; by 
d'Arnoul Greban. Adaptation par 
Ch. Gailly de Taurines et Leonel de 
la Tourrasse. Mise en scene de 
Pierre Aldebert. Bayonne, Edition 
Arts Graphiques [1936] 80 p. 8vo. 
© May 10, 1936; 1 c. June 18; D 
50798; Pierre Emile Lamaison, Bay- 
onne, France. 5424 

Vulcan's (A) product; or, Tenacious 
inventor, a historical drama in 3 acts 
dealing with the career of Charles 
Goodyear, by J. V. Millford [pseud, 
of W. F. Sipek] © 1 c. July 16, 
1937; D 50843; Walter F. Sipek, 
Cleveland. 5425 

W T e three ; a comedy m 3 acts, by Sonia 
Ivanoff [pseud, of J. S. Shand] © 
1 c. July 3, 1937; D 50625; Julia 
Sonia Shand, Roslyn, L. I., N. Y. 

5426 

Well (The) ; a play in 1 act, by Seumas 
O'Brien. New York, London, [etc.] 
1937. 23 p. diagr. 12mo. © June 
29, 1937 ; 2 c. July 2 ; D 50615 ; Samuel 
French, New York. 5427 

Western ; or, In the foothills, a drama 
in 3 acts, by Joseph Verne Millford 
[pseud, of W. F. Sipek] © 1 c. July 
16, 1937: D 50844; Walter F. Sipek, 
Cleveland. 5428 

Western style. Sec First nighter. 



234 



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no. 7, 1937 



5451 



What ails you? a farcial tonic in 3 
acts, by Wilbur Braun. Boston, Los 
Angeles " [1937] 147 p. diagr. 12mo. 
([Baker's royalty plays]) © July 
1, 1937 ; 2 c. July 13 ; D 50774 ; Walter 
H. Baker co., Boston. 5429 

What's the big idea ; by Latham Ovens 
and Syd Cornell. June 8, 15, 22, 
1937. © 1 c. each June 26, 1937; 
D 50600-50602; Crosley radio corp., 
Cincinnati. 5430-5432 

July 6, 1937. © 1 c. July 8, 



1937; D 50746; Crosley radio corp., 
Cincinnati. 5433 

July 13, 1937. © 1 c. July 



19, 1937; D 50946; Crosley radio 
corp., Cincinnati. 5434 

When love is very, very young. See 
Easily staged plays for girls. 

Where three ways meet; a play in 1 
act, by A. K. Boyd. London, H. F. W. 
Deane & sons, The Year book press, 
ltd. ; Boston, The Baker international 
play bureau [1937] 24 p. diagr. 
16mo. (The Year book press series 
of plays) © June 17, 1937; 1 c. 
June 28 ; D 50676 ; A. K. Boyd, Abing- 
don, Berkshire, England. 5435 

While the city sleeps; episode no. 199. 
The flying circus, a radio program, by 
Boy A. Sorensen. © 1 c. July 19, 
1937; D 50885; Bowey's, inc., Chi- 
cago. 5436 

episode no. 200. The life guard, a 

radio program, by Wilfred G. Moore. 
© 1 c. July 21, 1937; D 50939; 
Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 5437 

episode no. 201. Under western 

skies, a radio program, by Wilfred 
G. Moore. © 1 c. July 23, 1937; D 
50964; Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 5438 

episode no. 202. The framing of 

Tim Murphy, a radio program by 
Wilfred G. Moore. © 1 c. July 26, 
1937; D 50986; Bowey's inc., Chi- 
cago. 5439 

episode no. 203. The Lone Gulch 

hold-up, a radio program, by Wil- 
fred G. Moore. © 1 c. July 26, 1937 ; 
D 50975; Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 

5440 

Whistler's mother ; an original radio 
script, by Walter A. Witt. © 1 c. 
July 15, 1937 ; D 50856 ; Leon W. Kel- 
logg, jr., Lakewood, O. 5441 

Wig (The) ; a murder mystery play in 
4 acts, by M. L. Cooke. © 1 c. Julv 
9. 1937; D 50700; Mary Lu Cooke, 
Waxahachie, Tex. 5442 



Wild swans come over ; a drama in 3 
acts, by S. Ewing. © 1 c. July 1, 
1937; D 50624; Sherman Ewing, 
Amenia, N. Y. 5443 

Wild violets ; a musical play by Bruno 
Hardt-Warden. English book by 
Hassard Short, Desmond Carter and 
Reginald Purdell. Lyrics by Des- 
mond Carter. Music by Robert 
Stolz. London, Sydney [1937] 84 p. 
8vo. © June 28, 1937 ; 1 c. July 12 ; 
D 50899; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 5444 

Will (The) of Peter Amurikan ; a play 
in 3 acts, by T. E. Wright. © 1 c. 
July 1, 1937; D 50623; Ted Ernest 
Wright, Lincoln, Neb. 5445 

Winter in Beech street. See This room 
and this gin and these sandwiches. 

Wireless cookery. See Three revue 
sketches for Compere and others. 

Wise to-morrow ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Stephen Powys. London, Samuel 
French, ltd. [1937] 110 p. 12mo. 
© June 4, 1937 ; 1 c. July 6 ; D 50896 ; 
Stephen Powys, London. 5446 

Woman ( A ) in love ; a biographical 
play in 10 episodes, by L. H. Hammer. 
© 1 c. July 24, 1937 ; D 50968 ; Louis 
Hirsch Hammer, Bronx, N. Y. 5447 

Woman, mother and wife ; by H. Jacob- 
owitz. 

|ia ,ppx 3 pc xaxm ;n» , n px nytsia »via 
.(Bwnxnxpx' niyn) -pny PTn 

© 1 c. July 26, 1937 ; ; D 50972 ; 
Henry Jacobowitz, Antwerp, Bel- 
gium. 5448 

Woodland adventures ; episodes 1-3, a 
story for children, by G. M. Wilkie. 
© 1 c. each July 14, 1937 ; D 50814 ; 
Gretchen Marie Wilkie, Chicago. 

5449 

Woods (The) colt ; a play of the Arkan- 
sas Ozarks in 3 acts, by V. L. Baker. 
Based on Thomas Williamson's novel 
of the same title. © 1 c. July 21, 
1937; D 50926; Virgil Lyle Baker, 
Fayetteville, Ark. 5450 

Year (A) and a day; a pageant in 3 
acts, by Ruth Tuttle [pseud, of R. F. 
Smith] Adapted from the tale, A 
flitch of bacon, by S. Harrison Ains- 
worth. © 1 c. May 7, 1937 ; D 50822 ; 
Ruth Faught Smith, Los Angeles. 

5451 



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5452 



pt. i, n. s., v. 10 



You've got something there ; a new 
comedy in 3 acts, by H. Sherman and 
R. Garland. © 1 c. July 8, 1037; 
D 50675 ; Harold Sherman and Robert 
Garland, New York. 5452 

Young bloods ; a drama in 3 acts, by F. 
Duncan. © 1 c. July 15, 1937; D 
50332 ; Frederick Duncan, New York. 

5453 

Young folks ; audition programs no. 1, 
2, a radio continuity, by McCann- 
Erickson, inc. © 1 c. each July 24, 
1937 ; D 50970; 50971 ; McCann-Erick- 
son, inc., New York. 5454, 5455 

Young Hickory : no. D-20--D-38, by W. 
J. Murphy. © 1 c. each July 9, 1937 ; 
D 50714; Procter & Gamble co., Cin- 
cinnati. 5456 

Young (A) man's fancy; a comedy in 
1 act, by Hilda Maiming. New York, 
London, [etc., etc.] "[1937] 25 p. 
diagr. 12hio. © July 19, 1937 ; 2 c 
July 23; D 50960; Samuel French, 
New York. 5457 

Your witness ; by A. E. Scott, jr. no. 3. 
The seance shooting ; or, The shoot- 
ing of a ghost. © 1 c. June 11, 1937 ; 
D 50561 ; Ashmead E. Scott, jr., Bev- 
erly Hills, Calif.. 5458 

no. 4. Murder with music. © 

1 c. June 11, 1937; D 50560; Ash- 



mead E. Scott, jr., Beverly Hills, 
Calif. 5459 

no. 6. The marionette mur- 
der. © 1 c. June 30, 1937 ; D 50568 ; 
Ashmead E. Scott, jr., Beverly Hills, 
Calif. 5460 

Zauberin Lola ; musikalische komodie 
in 3 akten, von Alfred Brieger mid 
Sigmund Graff. Musik von Eduard 
Kunneke. Berlin [1937] 129 p. 
12mo. Regiebuch. Text. © May 12, 
1937 ; 1 c. July 12 ; D 50897 ; Allegro 
theaterverlag g. m. b. h., Berlin. 

5461 

Zehn minuten ; theaterstiick in 1 akt, 
von F. Oliven. © 1 c. June 26, 1937 ; 
D 50598 ; Fritz Oliven, Berlin. 5462 

Zingo ; a comedy-drama in 3 acts, by 
G. Salvatore and W. Edmunds. © 
1 c. July 9, 1937; D 50702; George 
Salvatore, Astoria, L. I., N. Y., and 
William Edmunds, New York. 5463 

13 Piccadilly terrace; a play of Byron 
the Chameleon in 3 acts, by W. W. 
Peery. © 1 c. July 27, 1937 ; D 51001 ; 
William Wallace Peery, Raleigh, N. C. 

5464 

150 years ; a play in 4 acts, by H. G. 
Fulbright. © 1 c. July 19, 1937: D 
50913 ; Hobart Green Fulbright, Kan- 
sas City, Kan. 5465 



Number of entries of dramas included in part 1, group 3, of the catalog 
since Jan. 1, 1937 : 

Dramatic compositions (including 3,630 unpublished) 4,021 

Dramatic compositions in foreign languages (including 157 unpub- 
lished) 387 

Dramatico-musical compositions (including 56 unpublished) 78 

Dramatico-musical compositions in foreign languages (including 5 
unpublished) 27 

Total 4. 513 



236 



TITLES OF DRAMAS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS 
BEEN RENEWED UNDER SECTIONS 23 AND 24 OF THE ACT OF 
MARCH 4, 1909 [5465 



Barricade (La) ; chronique de 1910, par 
Paul Bourget. © Marias Daille, 
Paris, as the next of kin of the au- 
thor, who is not living. It 57527, 
July 8, 1937. 1 

Chantecler ; piece en 4 actes, en vers, de 
Edmond Rostand. © Louise Rose 
Gerard Rostand, Maurice Rostand, 
Paris, Jean Rostand, Ville d'Avray, 
France, as the widow and children 
of the deceased author. R 58242, May 
6, 1937. 2 

Children's classics in dramatic form ; 
bk. 2, by A. Stevenson. © Augusta 
Stevenson, Patriot, Ind., as the au- 
thor. R 57460, July 7, 1937. 3 

Dear little Denmark ; Danish musical 
incident in 2 acts, book, lyrics and 
music, by Paul A. Rubens. Book of 
lyrics. © Herbert Rubens and A. N. 
Tayler, % Miss Chesher, London, as 
the executors of the composer. R 
58436, Apr. 28, 1937. 4 

Don Quichotte ; comedie lyrique in 5 
actes, poeme de Henri Cain, d'apres 
la comedie herolque de Le Lor rain, 
musique de J. Massenet. Libretto 
only. © Henri Cain, Paris, as the 
author. R 57720, July 21, 1937. 5 

Elektra ; tragedie en 1 acte, de Hugo 
von Hofmannsthal, tr. francaise de 
H. Gauthier-Villars, musique de Rich- 
ard Strauss. Libretto only. © H. 
Gauthier-Villars, Paris, as the au- 
thor. R 58849, June 26, 1937. 6 

Enfant (L') prodigue. (The prodigal 
son) ; scene lyrique en 1 acte, de E. 
Guinand, musique de Claude Debussy, 
textes frangais et anglais, English 
words by N. Cox. [Libretto only] © 
Nita Cox, Broadstairs, Kent, England, 
as the author of the English words. 
R 56924, May 19, 1937. 7 

Episodes ; six monologues for both 
sexes, by C. W. Hogg. © Cyril Went- 
worth Hogg, London, as the author. 
R 58563, May 24, 1937. 8 

Gontran demenage ; comedie-bouffe en 
1 acte [de] Robert Savieres et Rosal. 
Berry. © Robert Savieres, Saint 
Mande, France, as one of the authors. 
R 56925, May 19, 1937. 9 

Image (The) ; a play in 3 acts, by Lady 
Gregory [i. e. Lady Isabella Augusta 



Persse Gregory] © Margaret Gough, 
Celbridge Abbey. Kildare. Ireland, 
and Thomas Joseph Kiernan, London, 
as the executors. R 57383, June 17, 
1937. 10 

Jack and the baked bean stalk; a fairy 
tale in 2 acts, modernized and set to 
music by Frederic Field Bullard. 
Opera-libretto. © Maud S. Bullard, 
South Orleans, Mass., as widow of 
the author. R 57214, June 21, 1937. 

11 

Konig Ottokars gliick und ende ; trauer- 
spiel in 5 aufziigen, von Franz Grill- 
parzer, ed. with introduction and 
notes by C. E. Eggert. © Carl Edgar 
Eggert, Evanston, 111., as the author 
of the editing, introduction and notes. 
R 58806, June 23, 1937. 12 

Konzert (Das) ; lustspiel in 3 akten, 
von Hermann Bahr. © Anna Bahr- 
Mildenburg, Miinchen, Germany, as 
the widow of the author. R 57526, 
July 10, 1937. 13 

Maggie; comedy in 4 acts, by Edward 
Peple. © G. A. Peple, Richmond, as 
the executor. R 57403, June 22, 1937. 

14 

Mice and men ; a romantic comedy in 4 
acts, by Madeleine Lucette Ryley. © 
Hugh Reynolds and Dame Forbes 
Robertson, London, as executors. R 
57613, June 22, 1937. 15 

Next of kin ; a play in 3 acts, by Charles 
Klein. © Philip Klein, Beverly Hills, 
Calif., and John Victor Klein, Walton- 
on-Thames, Surrey. England, as the 
children of the deceased author. R 
57385, June 17, 1937. 16 

Prodigal (The) son. See Enfant (L') 
prodigue. 

Sir Anthony ; a comedy of the outskirts 
in 3 acts, by C. Haddon Chambers. 
© Mrs. Sidney George Reilly, Paris, 
as the widow of the author. R 57384, 
June 17, 1937. 17 

Six monologues for both sexes. See 
Episodes. 

Sumurun ; eine pantomime in 11 bildern, 
nach orientalischen marchenmotiven, 
von Friedrich Freksa, musik von V. 
Hollander. © Victor Hallander, Hol- 
lywood. Calif., as author of the music. 
R 57594, July 16, 1937. 18 



237 



CLASSES L AND M 

MOTION PICTURES 



Accused ; screen play by Zoe Akins and 
George Barraud, directed by Thorn- 
ton Freeland. 8 reels. © July 29, 
1937; 2 c. and description July 29; 
L 7313; Criterion film prods., ltd., 
London. 5466 

Air. (General science) Reel. © June 
11, 1937; 2 c. June 22; description 
July 28; M 7645; Gerrit C. Zwart, 
Suffern, N. Y. 5467 

All together ; by Mary Donegan. Reel. 
© July 1, 1937; 2 c. and description 
July 12; M 7604; MacVeagh & co., 
inc., New York. 5468 

Alpine cabaret ; directed by Milton 
Schwarzwald. Reel. © July 15, 
1937; 2 c. and description July 16; 
L 7279; Universal pictures co., inc., 
New York. 5469 

Angel's holiday ; original story and 
screen play by Frank Fenton and 
Lynn Root, directed by James Tin- 
ling. 8 reels. © June 4, 1937; 2 c. 
and description July 27; L 7307; 
Twentieth century -Fox film Corp., 
New York. 5470 

Backstage ; story by Laura Whetter, 
directed by Herbert Wilcox. 8 reels. 
© May 29, 1936 ; 1 c. June 28, 1937 ; 
description June 30; L 7239; Gau- 
niont British picture corp. of America, 
New York. 5471 

Before and after. © title, description 
and 31 prints reed. July 27, 1937; 
L 7308 ; Charles George Hoehne, New 
York. 5472 

Belled (The) palm. See Paradise isle. 

Bemana, story of the South seas. © 
title, description and 30 prints reed. 
July 16, 1937 ; L 7278 ; Arsene J. La 
Plante, Washington. 5473 

Between two women ; original story by 
Erich Von Stroheim, screen play by 
Frederick Stephani and Marion 
Parsonnet, directed by George B. 
Seitz. 9 reels. © July 6, 1937 ; 2 c. 
July 12; description July 13; L 7268; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New 
York. 5474 



Big league. (Bill Corum no. 10) Reel. 
© May 7, 1937; 2 c. and description 
July 6; M 7566; Van Beuren corp., 
New York. 5475 

Black aces ; story by Stephen Payne, 
screen play by Frances Guihan, di- 
rected by Buck Jones. 6 reels. © 
June 29, 1937 ; 2 c. July 1 ; descrip- 
tion June 30; L 7240; Universal pic- 
tures co., inc., New York. 547$ 

Blazing barriers ; original story and 
screen play by Edwin C. Parsons, di- 
rected by Aubrey Scotto. 8 reels. © 
July 14, 1937; 2 c. and description 
July 27 ; L 7306 ; Monogram pictures 
corp., New York. 5477 

Body defenses against disease ; by Paul 
R. Cannon. Reel. © June 15, 1937 ; 
2 c. and description June 30 ; M 7555 ; 
Erpi picture consultants, inc., New 
York. 5478 

Boots of destiny ; from an original story 
by E. Morton Hough, screen play by 
and directed by Arthur Rosson. 6 
reels. © July 23, 1937 ; 2 c. July 26 ; 
description July 27 ; L 7294 ; Grand 
national films, inc., New York. 5479 

Born reckless ; based on a story by Jack 
Andrews, screen play by John Pat- 
rick, Robert Ellis and Helen Logan, 
directed by Malcolm St. Clair. 6 
reels. © July 9, 1937 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription July 28 ; L 7309 ; Twentieth 
century-Fox film corp., New York. 

5480 

Cafe Metropole ; original story by Greg- 
ory Ratoff, screen play by Jacques 
Deval, directed by Edward H. Griffith. 
10 reels. © May 7, 1937; 2 c. and 
description July 20; L 7286; Twen- 
tieth century-Fox film corp., New 
York. 5481 

Calling all doctors ; story and screen 
play by Al Giebler, Elwood Ullman 
and Charlie Mel son, directed by 
Charles Lamont. 2 reels. © July 
14, 1937; 2 c. July 14; description 
July 16; L 7276; Columbia pictures 
corp. of Calif., ltd., Los Angeles. 5482 



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5483 



pt. i, n. s., v. 10 



Carnival in Paris ; original story and 
music by Val Burton, Will Jason and 
Stanley Rauh, screen play by Rich- 
ard Goldstone, directed by William 
Thiele. (A miniature musical com- 
edy) 2 reels. © June 21, 1937 ; 2 c. 
and description July 7 ; L 7253 ; 
Metro-Gold wyn-Mayer Corp., New 
York. 5483 

Car-tune (A) portrait; animation by 
David Tendlar and Nicholas Tafuri, 
direction by Dave Fleischer. Reel. 
© June 25, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
July 20 ; M 7618 ; Paramount pictures, 
inc., New York. 5484 

Charlie Chan at the opera ; based on 
the character Charlie Chan created 
by Earl Derr Riggers, from a story 
by Bess Meredyth, screen play by 
Scott Darling and Charles S. Belden, 
directed by H. Bruce Humberstone. 
7 reels. © Dec. 5, 1936 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription July 8, 1937; L 7256; Twen- 
tieth century-Fox film corp., New 
York. 5485 

Check your cash ; no. 1948, story by Ira 
Genet, directed by Lloyd French. 
Reel. © July 12, 1937 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription July 12 ; L 7262 ; Vitaphone 
corp., New York. 5486 

Circus (The) comes to town; narrative 
written by Jack Kofoed, narrated by 
Ford Bond. Reel. © June 25, 1937 ; 
2 c. July 1 ; description July 2 ; M 
7565; Paramount pictures, inc., New 
York. 5487 

Clean pastures ; animation by Paul 
Smith and Phil Monroe, produced by 
Leon Schlesinger. (Merrie melodies) 
Reel. © July 8, 1937; 2 c. and de- 
scription July 8; M 7578; Yitaphone 
corp., New York. 5488 

Community sing; no. 5, directed by 
Charles Lamont. Reel. © July 21, 
1937; 2 c. July 21; description July 
24 ; M 7630 ; Columbia pictures corp. 
of Calif., ltd., Los Angeles. 5489 

Cottonwood Gulch. See North of the 
Rio Grande. 

Dawn (The) of a new day. Reel. © 
July 14, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
July 24; M 7634; AudiYisiou, inc., 
New York. 5490 

Death stalks the plains. See Wild West 
days. 

Double talk; no. 1991, story by Burnet 
Hershey and Jack Henley, directed 
by Lloyd French. Reel. © July 12, 



1937; 2 c. and description July 12; 
L 7264; Yitaphone corp., New York. 

5491 

Dreaming lips ; adapted by Carl Mayer 
from Henry Bernstein's play Melo, 
directed by Paul Czinner. 9 reels. 
© Julv 29, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
July 29 ; L 7312 ; Trafalgar film pro- 
ductions, ltd., London. 5492 

E. M. Newman's Cradle of civilization ; 
no. 2080, dialogue by Ira Genet, nar- 
rated by Kenneth Roberts. Reel. © 
July 14, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
July 14; M 7603; Yitaphone corp-, 
New York. 5493 

E. M. Newman's Gateway to Africa ; 
no. 2031, dialogue by Ira Genet, nar- 
rated by Howard Clancy. Reel. © 
July 7, 1937 ; 2 c. and description July 
7; M 7567; Vitaphone corp., New 
York. 5494 

E. M. Newman's Nature— the artist ; no. 
2022. dialogue by Ira Genet, narrated 
by David Ross. Reel. © July 12, 
1937 ; 2 c. and description July 12 ; M 
7593 ; Yitaphone corp., New York. 

5495 

Easy living ; based on a story by Vera 
Caspary, screen play by Preston 
Sturges, directed by Mitchell Leisen. 

9 reels. © July 16, 1937; 2 c. and 
description July 21 ; L 7288 ; Para- 
mount pictures, inc., New York. 5496 

Eliseo Grenet and his orchestra ; di- 
rector, Roy Mack. (Melody master) 
Reel. © July 7, 1937; 2 c. and de- 
scription July 7; M 7570; Vitaphone 
corp., New York. 5497 

Emperor's (The) candlesticks ; from the 
book by Baroness Orczy, screen play 
by Monckton Hoffe and Harold Gold- 
man, directed by Geo. Fitzmaurice. 

10 reels. © June 29, 1937 ; 2 c. and 
description July 7 ; L 7250 ; Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New York. 

5498 

Empty holsters ; original story by Ed. 
Earl Repp, screen play by John T. 
Neville, directed by B. Reeves Eason. 
8 reels. © July 1, 1937 : 2 c. and de- 
scription July 7 ; L 7248 ; Warner 
bros. pictures, inc., New York. 5499 

Engineered economy. Reel. © July 
7, 1937 ; 2 c. and description July 24 ; 
M 7633: AudiVision, inc., New York. 

5500 

Ever since Eve; from a story by Mar- 
garet Lee and Gene Baker, screen 
play by Lawrence Riley, Earl Bald- 
win and Lillie Hayward, directed by 



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no. 7, 1937 



5520 



Lloyd Bacon. 8 reels. © July 12, 
1937 ; 2 c. and description July 15 ; 
L 7273 ; Warner bros. pictures, inc., 
New York. 5501 

Fidelity new to radio; STR C-37-1. 
Reel. © June 12, 1937 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription June 25 ; M 7552 ; Audi Vis- 
ion, inc., New York. 5502 

Fire and heat. (General science) Reel. 
© June 11, 1937; 2 c. June 22; de- 
scription July 28; M 7644; Gerrit C. 
Zwart, Suffern, N. Y. 5503 

Forlorn river; based on the novel by 
Zane Grey, screen play by Stuart An- 
thony and Robert Yost, directed by 
Charles Barton. 6 reels. © July 2, 
1937; 2 c. July 13; description July 
14; L 7270; Paramount pictures inc., 
New York. 5504 

Ghost (The) of the manor. See Shadow 
(The) strikes. 

Ghost (The) to ghost hook-up ; no. 2014, 
story by A. Dorian Otvos and Cyrus 
Wood, directed by Joseph Henabery. 
Reel. © July 7, 1937 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription July 7 ; L 7252 ; Vitaphone 
corp., New York. 5505 

Going places with Lowell Thomas ; no. 
38, narrated by Lowell Thomas, pro- 
duced by Charles B. Ford. Reel. © 
July 16, 1937; 2 c. July 19; descrip- 
tion July 17; M 7615; Universal pic- 
tures co., inc., New York. 5506 

Golf mistakes ; directed by Felix E. 
Feist. (A Pete Smith specialty) 
Reel. © June 15, 1937 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription July 7; M 7573; Metro- 
Gold wyn-Mayer corp., New York. 

5507 

Golf timing. (Sports with Bill Corum, 
no. 13) Reel. © July 22, 1937; 2 c. 
and description July 22 ; M 7627 ; 
Van Beuren corp., New York. 5508 

Goofs and saddles ; story and screen 
play by Felix Adler, directed by Del 
Lord. 2 reels. © June 21, 1937 ; 2 c. 
June 21; description July 2; L 7242; 
Columbia pictures corp. of Calif., ltd., 
Los Angeles. 5509 

Great (The) divide. See Silent bar- 
riers. 

•Great (The) Gambini ; story by Freder- 
ick Jackson, screen play by Frank 
Partos, Frederick Jackson and How- 
ard Irving Young, directed by Charles 
Vidor. 7 reels. © June 25, 1937; 
2 c. July 1; description July 2; L 
7243; Paramount pictures, inc., New 
York. 5510 



Haiti's Black Napoleon; narration by 
Eloise Lownsberry, described by Ar- 
thur Hale. Reel. © July 6, 1937; 
2 c. July 6; description July 19; M 
7609 ; Columbia pictures corp. of 
Calif., ltd., Los Angeles. 5511 

Have courage ; directed by Joseph Sher- 
man. (A miniature) Reel. © June 
24, 1937 ; 2 c. and description July 29 ; 
L 7314; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., 
New York. 5512 

Heart and circulation ; by A. J. Carl- 
son. Reel. © June 15, 1937 ; 2 c. and 
description June 30 ; M 7554 ; Erpi 
picture consultants, inc., New York. 

5513 

Hollywood screen test ; screen play by 
Lyonel Margolies, directed by S. Syl- 
van Simon. 2 reels. © July 8, 1937 ; 
2 c. and description July 10 ; L 7259 ; 
Universal pictures co., inc., New 
York. 5514 

Home run on the keys; no. 2073, writ- 
ten by Cyrus D. Wood, directed by 
Roy Mack. Reel. © July 12, 1937 ; 
2 c. and description July 12 ; L 7263 ; 
Vitaphone corp., New York. 5515 

Homeless (The) pup; by Paul Terry 
and George Gordon. Reel. © July 
23, 1937 ; 2 c. and description July 27 ; 
M 7637; Terrytoons, inc., New Ro- 
chelle, N. Y. 5516 

Hoosier schoolboy ; original novel by 
Edward Eggleston, screen play by 
Robert Lee Johnson, directed by Wil- 
liam Nigh. 8 reels. © July 7, 1937 ; 
2 c. and description July 9 ; L 7257 ; 
Monogram pictures corp., New York. 

5517 

How to undress ; story and screen adap- 
tation by Hildagarde Stadie, directed 
by Dwain Esper. 2 reels. © June 
28, 1937; 2 c. June 28; description 
June 30; M 7551; Hollywood pro- 
ducers & distributors, Hollywood, 
Calif. 5518 

I am a polygamist. See Polygamy. 

I want to be an actress ; story by Allen 
Rose, animation by Harry Love. 
Reel. © July 14, 1937 ; 2 c. July 14 ; 
description July 19; M 7610; Screen 
gems, inc., Los Angeles. 5519 

Indian serenade ; story by Sid Marcus, 
animation by Art Davis. Reel. © 
July 12, 1937 ; 2 c. July 12 ; descrip- 
tion July 14; M 7599; Screen gems, 
inc., Los Angeles. 5520 

Indians (The) are coming. Sec Wild 
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Jones (The) family in big business; 
based on the characters created by 
Katharine Kavanaugh, original story 
by Ron Ferguson and Eleanor DeLa- 
mater, screen play by Robert Ellis and 
Helen Logan, directed by Frank R. 
Strayer. 6 reels. © June 18, 1937 ; 
2 c. and description July 26 ; L 7298 ; 
Twentieth century-Fox film corp., 
New York. 5521 

Knight without armor; from the novel 
by James Hilton, adaptation by 
Frances Marion, screen play by Lajos 
Biro, directed by Jacques Feyder. 11 
reels. © July 21, 1937 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription July 21 ; L 7290 ; London 
film prods., ltd., Benham, Uxbriclge, 
Middlesex, England. 5522 

Lady Average. See Meet the missus. 

Lady Luck's husband. Reel. © June 
10, 1937; 2 c. June 23; description 
July 9; M 7598; Vocafilm corp., New 
York. 5523 

Leap (The) for life. See Wild West 
days. 

Life. © title, description and 18 prints 
reed. July 21, 1937 ; M 7628 ; Maurice 
Copeland, Minneapolis. 5524 

Lifers (The) of the party; no. 2082- 
83, story by Burnet Hershey, directed 
by Roy Mack. 2 reels. © July 14, 
1937 ; 2 c. and description July 14 ; 
L 7271 ; Vitaphone corp., New York. 

5525 

Lost and foundry ; animated by Seymour 
Kneitel and Abner Matthews, directed 
by Dave Fleischer. Reel. © July 
16, 1937; 2 c. and description July 
21 ; M 7620 ; Paramount pictures, inc., 
New York. 5526 

March (The) of Time: v. 3, no. 12. 2 
reels. © July 9, 1937; 2 c, and de- 
scription July 19 ; M 7611 ; Time, inc., 
New York. 5527 

Married before breakfast ; from a 
story by Harry Ruskin, screen play 
by George Oppenheimer and Everett 
Freeman, directed by Edwin L. Ma- 
rin. 7 reels. © June 15, 1937; 2 c. 
and description July 7; L 7251; 
Metro-Gold wyn-Mayer corp., New 
York. 5528 

Marry the girl; based on novel by Ed- 
ward Hope, screen play by Sig Her- 
zig, Pat C. Flick and Tom Reed, di- 
rected by William McGann. 8 reels. 
© July 26, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
July 26; L 7303; Warner bros. pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 5529 



Meet the missus ; from the story Lady 
Average by Jack Goodman and Al- 
bert Rice, screen play by Jack Town- 
ley, Bert Granet and Joel Sayre, di- 
rected by Joseph Santley. 7 reels. 
© June 11, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
July 19 ; L 7283 ; RKO-radio pictures, 
inc., New York. 5530 

Melo. See Dreaming lips. 

Midnight madonna ; from a story by Da- 
vid Boehm, screen play by Doris Mal- 
loy and Gladys Lehman, directed by 
James Flood. 7 reels. © July 2, 
1937 ; 2 c. July 13 ; description July 
14 ; L 7269 ; Paramount pictures, inc., 
New York. 5531 

Mississippi moods ; story by Gay Ste- 
vens and Jester Hairston, directed 
by Leslie Goodwins. (Radio musical, 
no. 4) 2 reels. © July 19, 1937 ; 2 c. 
and description July 19 ; L 7282 ; 
RKO-radio pictures, inc., New York. 

5532 

Modern inventions. Reel. © May 10, 
1937; 2 c. July 13; description July 
14; M 7600; Walt Disney produc- 
tions, ltd., Los Angeles. 5533 

Most (The) for your money. Reel. © 
July 7, 1937 ; 2 c. and description July 
24; M 7632; Audi Vision, inc., New 
York. 5534 

Movie-mania ; no. 2084-85, directed by 
Joseph Henabery. 2 reels. © July 
26, 1937 ; 2 c. and description July 
26; L 7301; Vitaphone corp., New 
York. 5535 

Movietone news ; v. 19. © Movietone- 
news, inc., New York. 5536-5545 
No. 71, described by Lowell Thomas, 
supervised by Truman Talley. 2 
reels. © May 18, 1937 ; 2 c. and de- 
scription July 9 ; M 7579. 
No. 72. Reel. © May 20, 1937 ; 2 c. 

and description July 9; M 7580'. 
No. 73-80, produced by Truman Tal- 
ley. 1 reel each. © May 25, 27, 
June 1, 3, 8, 10, 15, 17, 1937; 2 c. 
and description July 9; M 7581- 
7588. 
Nancy Steele is missing ; based on a 
story by Charles Francis Coe, screen 
play by Hal Long and Gene Fowler, 
directed by George Marshall. 9 reels. 
© March 12, 1937 ; 2 c. and descrip- 
tion July 6; L 7246; Twentieth cen- 
tury-Fox film corp., New York. 5546 
Nervous (The) system; by Ralph W. 
Gerard. Reel. © June 15, 1937 ; 2 c. 
and description June 30 ; M 7553 ; 
Erpi picture consultants, inc., New 
York. 5547 



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5576 



New faces of 1937 ; based on the story 
Shoestring by George Bradshaw, 
adaptation by Harold Kusell, Harry 
Clork and Howard J. Green, screen 
play by Nat Perrin, Philip G. Epstein 
and Irv. S. Brecher, directed by 
Leigh Jason. 12 reels. © July 1, 
1937 ; 2 c. and description July 22 ; 
L 7292 ; RKO-radio pictures, inc., 
New York. 5548 

New (The) professor; directed by 
Joseph Henabery. Reel. © July 
21, 1937; 2 c. and description July 
21; L 7289; Vitaphone corp., New 
York. 5549 

Newsboy's nocturne ; continuity by 
Cyrus >D. Wood and Leo Sherin, 
directed by Roy Mack. 2 reels. © 
July 12, 1937; 2 c. and description 
July 12; L 7265; Vitaphone corp., 
New York. 5550 

Nickel low-down; no. 2095. Reel. © 
July 12, 1937; 2 c. and description 
July 12; L 7266; Vitaphone corp., 
New York. 5551 

Nickels and dimes ; by Mary Donegan. 
Reel. © July 1, 1937; 2 c. and de- 
scription July 12 ; M 7605 ; MacVeagh 
& co., inc., New York. 5552 

North of the Rio Grande; based on 
the Mulford story Cottonwood Gulch, 
screen play and dialogue by Jack 
O'Donnell, directed by Nate Watt. 7 
reels. © June 18, 1937; 2 c. and 
description July 6; L 7244; Para- 
mount pictures, inc., New York. 

5553 

Obey the rules. © title, description 
and 8 prints reed. July 17, 1937; 
M 7617; Stanley P. Hathen, Phila- 
delphia. 5554 

Ohio, the Buckeye state. © State of 
Ohio, Department of education, Co- 
lumbus, O. 5555-5560 

Pt. 2. © title, description and 43 
prints reed. June 30, 1937; M 
7556. 

Pt. 3. © title, description and 41 
prints reed. June 30, 1937 ; M 7557. 

Pt. 4. © title, description and 39 
prints reed. June 30, 1937 ; M 7558. 

Pt. 5. © title, description and 49 
prints reed. June 30, 1937 ; M 7559. 

Pt. 6. © title, description and 34 
prints reed. June 30, 1937 ; M 7560. 

Pt. 9. © title, description and 27 
prints reed. June 24, 1937 ; M 7589. 



Other (The) fellow and you. 1 reel 
each. © Audi Vision, inc., NeW, 
York. 5561, 5562 

(Brewery version) © July 1, 1937; 

2 c. and description July 7 ; M 

7577. 

(Milk version) © July 2, 1937; 2 
c. and description July 24 ; M 7635. 

Outlaws of the Orient ; story by Ralph 
Graves, screen play by Charles 
Francis Royal and Paul Franklin, 
directed by Ernest B. Schoedsack. 
7 reels. © July 19. 1937; 2 c. July 
19; description July 20; L 7285; 
Columbia pictures corp. of Calif., 
ltd., Los Angeles. 5563 

Paradise isle; from the story The 
belled palm by Allan Vaughan El- 
ston, adapted for the screen by 
Marion Orth, directed by Arthur 
Greville Collins. 8 reels. © July 
21, 1937; 2 c. and description July 
27 ; L 7305 ; Monogram pictures 
corp., New York. 5564 

Paramount news ; no. 79-84. 1 reel 
each. © May 6, 10, 13, 17, 20, 24, 
1937; 2 c. and description each July 
21; M 7621-7626: Paramount pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 5565-5570 

Paramount pictorial 6; no. 12, nar- 
rated by Ward Wilson. Reel. © 
July 2, 1937; 2 c. July 13; descrip- 
tion July 14 ; M 7601 ; Paramount 
pictures, inc., New York. 5571 

Picturesque South Africa. (A Fitz- 
Patrick traveltalk) Reel. © Dec. 
9, 1936 ; 2 c. and description July 
29, 1937; M 7643; Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer corp., New York. 5572 

Pink elephants ; by Paul Terry and 
Dan Gordon. Reel. © July 9, 1937 ; 
2 c. July 13; description July 12; 
M 7596; Terry toons, inc., New 
Rochelle, N. Y. 5573 

Pirate ports of the Caribbean; narra- 
tion by Eloise Lownsberry, described 
by Arthur Hale. Reel. © July 6, 
1937; 2 c. July 6; description July 
12 ; M 7590 ; Columbia pictures corp. 
of Calif., ltd., Los Angeles. 5574 

Play safe. © title, description and 8 
prints reed. July 17, 1937; M 7616; 
Stanley P. Hathen, Philadelphia. 

5575 

Polygamy ; story based on the novel I 
am a polygamist by Peter Salia, 
directed by Patrick Carlyle. 9 reels. 
© Nov. 15, 1936; 2 c. July 8, 1937; 
description July 7; L 7255; Unusual 
pictures, Los Angeles. 5576 



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pt. i, n. s., v. 10 



Popular science ; J (M3, written and; 
narrated by Gayne Whitman. Reel. 
© July 2, 1937; 2 c. and description 
July 7 ; M 7574 ; Paramount pictures, 
inc., New York. 5577 

Porky and Gabby ; no. 7921, animation 
by. Charles Jones and Robert Clam- 
pett. (Looney tunes) Reel. © 
July 20, 1937; 2 c. and description 
July 20; M 7619; Yitaphone corp., 
New York. 5578 

Porky's building; animation by Yolney 
White and Norman McCabe. 
(Looney tunes) Reel. © July 26, 
1937; 2 c. and description July 26; 
M 7636; Yitaphone corp., New York. 

5579 

Porky's duck hunt; no. 7749, anima- 
tion by Virgil Ross and Robert 
Cannon, produced by Leon Schle- 
singer. (Looney tunes) Reel. © 
July 7, 1937; 2 c. and description 
July 7; M 7569; Vitaphone corp., 
New York. 5580 

Porky's road race ; no. 7716, animation 
by Robert Bentley and Joe D'Igalo, 
produced by Leon Schlesinger. 
(Looney tunes) Reel. © July 7, 
1937 ; 2 c. and description July 7 ; 
M 7571 ; Vitaphone corp., New York. 

5581 

Porky's super service; no. 8050, anima- 
tion by Charles Jones and Bob Clam- 
pett, produced by Leon Schlesinger. 
(Looney tunes) Reel. © July 12, 
1937; 2 c. and description July 12; 
M 7591 ; Vitaphone corp., New York. 

5582 

Quintuplets to you. See You can't 
beat love. 

Rangers (The) step in; story by 
Joseph Levering and J. A. Duffy, 
screen play by Nate Gatzert, directed 
by Spencer Gordon Bennet. 6 reels. 
© July 21, 1937; 2 c. July 21; de- 
scription July 24; L 7293; Columbia 
pictures corp. of Calif., ltd., Los 
Angeles. 5583 

Reported missing ; based on an original 
story by Verne Whitehead, screen 
play by Joseph Fields and Jerry 
Chodorov, directed by Milton Car- 
ruth. 7 reels. © July 14, 1937 ; 2 c. 
July 16 ; description July 15 ; L 7274 ; 
Universal pictures co., inc., New York. 

5584 

Rhythm of the game ; narrated by Ted 
Husing. (The Grantland Rice Sport- 
light) Reel. © July 9, 1937; 2 c. 
July 15 ; description July 16 ; M 7608 ; 
Paramount pictures, inc., New York. 

5585 



Riders of the dawn ; original screen 
play by Robert Emmett, directed by 
Robert N. Bradbury. 6 reels. © 
July 28, 1937; 2 c. and description 
July 27 ; L 7304 ; Monogram pictures 
corp., New York. 5586 

Riders of the Rockies ; screen play by 
Robert Emmett and Norman Leslie, 
directed by R. N. Bradbury. 6 reels. 
© July 2, 1937; 2 c. and description 
July 19; L 7280; Grand national 
films, inc., New York. 5587 

Road (The) back; by Erich Maria 
Remarque, screen play by R. C. Sher- 
riff and Charles Kenyon, directed by 
James Whale. 12 reels. © June 17, 
1937 ; 2 c. July 15 ; description July 
23 ; L 7272 ; Universal pictures co., 
inc., New York. 5588 

Roamin' holiday ; directed by Gordon 
Douglas. Reel. © June 24, 1937; 
2 c. and description July 7; L 7254; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New 
York. 5589 

Royal steeds. (Bill Corum no. 12) 
Reel. © July 2, 1937; 2 c. and de- 
scription July 19; M 7612; Van 
Beuren corp., New York. 5590 

Safety pays ; by Mary Donegan. Reel. 
© July 1, 1937; 2 c. and description 
July 15; M 7606; MacVeagh & co., 
inc., New York. 5591 

Saint Johnson. See Wild West days. 

San Quentin ; story by Robert Tasker 
and John Bright, screen play by Peter 
Milne and Humphrey Cobb, directed 
by Lloyd Bacon. 7 reels. © July 20, 
1937 ; 2 c. and description July 20 ; 
L 7287 ; Warner bros. pictures, inc., 
New York. 5592 

Shadow (The) strikes; based on the 
story The ghost of the manor by Max- 
well Grant, adaptation by Al Martin 
and Rex Taylor, screen play by Al 
Martin, directed by Lynn Shores. 6 
reels. © July 9, 1937 ; 2 c. July 26 ; 
description July 27 ; L 7295 ; Grand 
national films, inc., New York. 5593 

Shoestring. See New faces of 1937. 

Silent barriers; based on The great 
divide by Alan Sullivan, screen play 
by Michael Barringer and Milton 
Rosmer, directed by Milton Rosmer. 
9 reels. © Feb. 4, 1937; 1 c. July 
19 ; description July 20 ; L 7284 ; Gau- 
mont British picture corp. of Amer- 
ica, New York. 5594 

Sing and be happy ; original screen play 
by Ben Markson, Lou Breslow and 



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5613 



John Patrick, directed by James Tin- 
ling. 7 reels. © June 25, 1937 ; 2 c. 
and description July 26; L 7299; 
Twentieth century-Fox film Corp., 
New York. 5595 

Singing (The) marine; original screen 
play by Delmar Daves, directed by 
Ray Enright. 12 reels. © June 3, 
1937 ; 2 c. and description July 1 ; 
L 7241 ; Warner bros. pictures, inc., 
New York. 5596 

Sins of passion. © title, description 
and 59 prints reed. July 21, 1937; 
M 7629; Maurice Copeland, Min- 
neapolis. 5597 

Slave ship ; based on a novel by George 
S. King, story by William Faulkner, 
screen play by Sam Hellman, Lamar 
Trotti and Gladys Lehman, directed 
by Tay Garnett. 10 reels. © July 
2, 1937 ; 2 c. and description July 28 ; 
L 7310; Twentieth century-Fox fi'm 
Corp., New York. 5598 

Snow flight. © title, descrintion and 
42 prints reed. July 21, 1937 ; M 7631 : 
Jerome Hill, St. Paul. 5599 

Sound defects ; no. 2097-8, written by 
Cyrus Wood, Leo Sherin and Cliff 
Hess, directed by Roy Mack. 2 reels. 
© July 26, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
July 26; L 7302; Vitaphone corp., 
New York. 5600 

Sport of the seasons ; narrative by Jack 
Kofoed, described by Ford Bond. 
(News world of sport) Reel. © 
June 28, 1937 ; 2 c. June 28 ; descrip- 
tion July 16; M 7607; Columbia pic- 
tures corn, of Calif., ltd., Los Angeles. 

5601 

Streamlined Greta Green; no. 7796, 
animation by Cal Dalton and Ken 
Harris, produced by Leon Sehles- 
inger. Reel. © July 7, 1937; 2 c. 
and description July 7 ; M 7568; Vita- 
phone corp., New York. 5602 

Sweet Sioux ; 7922, animation by Bob 
MeKimson and A. C. Gainer, produced 
by Leon Schlosinger. (Merrie mel- 
odies) Reel. © July 12, 1937; 2 c. 
and description July 12; M 7592; 
Vitaphone corp., New York. 5603 

Sweetheart of the navy ; story by Gar- 
rett Graham and Jay Strauss, screen 
play by Carroll Graham, directed by 
Duncan Mansfield. 7 reels. © June 
18, 19')7 ; 2 c. and description July 
19 ; L 7281 ; Grand national films, inc.. 
New York. 5604 



Swing fever ; story by Venee Russell, 
screen play by Charles Roberts and 
Gay Stevens, directed by Jean W. 
Yarbrough. 2 reels. © June 21, 
1937 ; 2 c. and description July 6 ; 
L 7247 ; RKO-'radio pictures, inc., 
New York. 5605 

Taking the count ; no. 2093-94, story by 
Jack Henley and Eddie Forman, di- 
rected by Lloyd French. 2 reels. © 
July 12, 1937; 2 c. and description 
July 12 ; L 7261 ; Vitaphone corp., 
New York. 5606 

Talent scout; original story by George 
R. Bilson, screen play by George R. 
Bilson and William Jacobs, directed 
by William Clemens. 8 reels. © July 
6, 1937 ; 2 c. and description July 7 ; 
L 7249 ; Warner bros. pictures, inc., 
New York. 5607 

Talk of the devil ; story by Carol Reed 
and Anthony Kimmins, scenario by 
Anthony Kimmins. directed by Carol 
Reed. 8 reels. © Feb. 14, 1937; 

1 c. June 28 ; description June 30 ; 
L 7238 ; Gaumont British picture 
corp. of America, New York. 5608 

That's the spirit; story; by Marcy 
Klauber and Arthur Jarrett, directed 
by Raymond Kane. 2 reels. © June 
25, 1937; 2 c. July 13; description 
July 12; L 7267; Educational films 
corp. of America, New York. 5609 

Thirst aid ; story by Jack Henley and 
Eddie Forman, directed by Lloyd 
French. 2 reels. © July 26, 1937; 

2 c. and description July 26 ; L 7300 ; 
Vitaphone corp., New York. 5610 

Topper ; based on the novel by Thorne 
Smith, screen play by Jack Jevne, 
Eric Hatch and Eddie Moran. di- 
rected by Norman Z. McLeod. (Hal 
Roach feature comedy) 10 reels. © 
July 14, 1937; 2 c. and description 
July 29; L 7315: Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer corp., New York. 5611 

Tramp trouble ; story by Leslie Good- 
wins and Charles Roberts, directed 
by Leslie Goodwins. 2 reels. © 
Julv 28, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
July 29 : L 7311 ; RKO-radio pictures, 
inc., New York. 5612 

Uncle Tom's bungalow ; no. 7912, ani- 
mation by Virgil Ross and Sid 
Sutherland, produced by Leon Schles- 
inger; (Merrie melodies) Reel. © 
July 12. 1937; 2 c. and description 
Julv 12; M 7594; Vitaphone corp.. 
New York. 5613 



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5614 



Dt. I, 11. S., V. 10 



Universal newsreel. 1 reel each. © 
Universal pictures co., inc., New York. 

5614-5625 

No. 563, 564. © May 21, 25, 1937; 

2 c. each July 1 ; description each 

June 23; M 7561, 7562. 
No. 565. 566. © May 28, June 1, 

1937 ; 2 c. each July 1 ; description 

each June 30 ; M 7563, 7564. 
No. 567, 568. © June 4, 7, 1937; 

2 c. and description each July 7 ; 

M 7575, 7576. 
No. 569, 570. © June 8, 11, 1937; 

2 c each July 19 ; description each 

July 14 ; M 7613, 7614. 
No. 571, 572. © June 15, 18, 1937; 

2 c. each July 28 ; description each 

July 21 ; M 7638, 7639. 
No. 573, 574. © June 22, 25, 1937; 

2 c. and description each July 28; 

M 7640, 7641. 

Vaude-f estival ; no. 2099. Reel. © 
Julv 14, 1937; 2 c. and description 
July 14; M 7602; Vitaphone Corp., 
New York. 5626 

Vitaphone (A) pictorial revue. 1 reel 

each. © Vitaphone corp., New York. 

5627, 5628 



No. 10 



!042, dialogue by Ira 



Genet, commentator Basil Ruys- 
dael. © July 12, 1937; 2 c. and 
description July 12; M 7595. 
No. 11 ; no. 2043, commentator Alan 
Kent, dialogue by Ira Genet, edited 
by Bert Frank. © July 7, 1937; 
2 c. and description July 7 ; M 
7572. 

"Water. (General science) Reel. © 
June 11, 1937 ; 2 c. June 22 ; descrip- 
tion July 28; M 7646; Gerrit C. 
Zwart, Suffern, N. Y. 5629 

Wayward (The) pups. (A Hugh Ru- 
dolf Harman-Ising cartoon in techni- 
color) Reel. © July 16, 1937; 2 c. 
and description July 29 ; M 7642 ; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer corp., New 
York. 5630 

West bound limited; original story 
by Ford Beebe, screen play by Mau- 
rice Geraghty, directed by Ford 
Beebe. 7 reels. © July 1, 1937; 



2 c. July 2 ; description July 3 : L 
7245 ; Universal pictures co., inc., New 
York. 5631 

Wife insurance ; story by Jean W. Yar- 
brough and Jack Townley, directed 
by Jean W. Yarbrough. 2 reels. © 
July 9, 1937 ; 2 c. and description 
July 26 ; L 7296 ; RKO-radio pictures, 
inc., New York. 5632 

Wild money ; based on a story by Paul 
Gallico, screen play by Edward T. 
Lowe, Marguerite Roberts and Eddie 
Welch, directed by Louis King. 7 
reels. © July 9, 1937 : 2 c. July 15 ; 
description July 16; L 7277; Para- 
mount pictures, inc., New York. 

5633 

Wild West days; based on the novel 
Saint Johnson by W. R. Burnett, 
original story and screen play by 
Wyndham Gittens, Norman S. Hall 
and Ray Trampe. directed by Ford 
Beebe and Cliff " Smith. 2 reels each. 
© Universal pictures co., inc.. New 
York. 5634-5636 

Chap. 4, The Indians are coming. 
© July 9, 1937; 2 c. July 12; de- 
scription July 10; L 7260. 
Chap. 5, The leap for life. © July 
14, 1937: 2 c. July 16; description 
July 15; L 7275. 

Chap. 6, Death stalks the plains. © 
Julv 21, 1937; 2 c. and description 
July 22 ; L 7291. 
You bet your life. Reel. © June 10, 



193: 



June 23 ; description July 



9 ; M 7597 ; Vocafilm corp., New York. 

5637 

You can't beat love; from the story 
Quintuplets to you by Olga Moore, 
screen play by David Silverstein and 
Maxwell Shane, directed by Christy 
Cabanne. 7 reels. © June 25, 1937 ; 
2 c. and description July 26 ; L 7297 ; 
RKO-radio pictures, inc., New York. 

5638 

13th (The) man; original screen play 
by John Krafft, directed by William 
Nigh. 8 reels. © June 30, 1937 ; 2 c. 
and description July 9 ; L 7258 ; 
Monogram pictures corp., New York. 

5639 



Number of entries in classes L and M included in the catalog since Jan. 1, 1937 : 

Motion-picture photoplays 511 

Motion pictures other than photoplays 615 

Total 1,126 



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COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOG 



OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891, 
OF JUNE 30, 1906, AND OF MARCH 4, 1909 



PART 1, GROUP 3 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 

MOTION PICTURES 



1937 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 10 
No. 8 



UNITED STATES 

-GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON : 1937 



THE Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part I, Group 3 r 
issued monthly, contains titles of Dramatic compositions and Motion pictures. 

Group 3 contains, in two separate alphabets, the titles of the entries made in 
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Motion pictures other than photoplays, arranged alphabetically by title. 

Under the act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 1909, the preliminary 
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To save space in the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbre- 
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A list of dramatic compositions of which the subsisting copyright has been 
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CLASS D 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



Accidents that changed history; The 
most valuable medical fee in history, 
by S. Bloom, ©lc. July SI, 1937 ; D 
51582; Simon Bloom, New York. 

5640 

Acharniens; [par] Aristophanes, adap- 
tation en 7 tableaux, par Paul Nizan. 
Paris, 1937. 77 p., 1 1. 12 mo. 
(Petite bibliotheque theatrale) © 
July 10, 1937 ; 1 c. Aug. 18 ; D 51502 ; 
Editions sociales internationales, 
Paris. 5641 

Actors (The) have come; a comedy in 

3 acts, by James Reach. New York, 
London [etc., etc.] [1937] 90 p. 
diagr. 12 mo. © Aug. 6. 1937; 2 c. 
Aug. 11; D 51234; Samuel French, 
New York. 5612 

Ad patres. (To his fathers) ; a play in 

4 acts, bv J. Joseph Marshall. © 1 c. 
July 30, 1937; D 51060; Marshall C. 
Corns, Wilmette, 111. 5643 

After October ; a play in 3 acts, by Rod- 
ney Ackland. London, Samuel 
French [1937] 99 p. plate 8 vo. 
([French's acting edition, no. 32]) 
Contains music. © July 27, 1937 ; 1 c. 
Aug. 20; D 51453; Rodney Ackland, 
London. 5644 

Afterglow ; a play in 3 acts, by W. D. 
Doyle. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 1937 ; D 51648 ; 
William Dennis Doyle, Ottawa, On- 
tario, Canada. 5645 

Aladdin and the magic lamp ; by I. 
Wicker. © 1 c. Aug. 26, 1937; D 
51571 ; Ireene Wicker, New York. 

5646 

Albert Mitchell, the answer man ; by 
Bruce Chapman and Albert Mitchell, 
episodes nos. 50-58. episodes nos. 
50-55, © 1 c. each July 28, 1937; 
episodes nos. 56-58, © 1 c. each 
Aug. 4; D 51193-51201; Albert C. 
Mitchell. South Norwalk, Conn. 

5647-5655 



episodes nos. 59-61. © 1 c. 

each Aug. 7, 1937; D 51171-51173; 
Albert C. Mitchell, South Norwalk, 
Conn. 5656-5658 

episodes nos. 62-64. © 1 c. 

each Aug. 17, 1937; D 51393-51395; 



Albert C. Mitchell, South Norwalk, 
Conn. 5659-5661 

episodes nos. 65-67. © 1 c. 



each Aug. 23, 1937; D 51488-51490: 
Albert C. Mitchell, South Norwalk, 
Conn. 5662-5664 

All in your eye ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
M. F. Melcher. 1 c. Aug. 25, 1937 ; D 
51624 ; Marguerite Fellows Melcher, 
Montclair, N. J. 5665 

All points East ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Robert Sloane and Louis Pelletier, jr. 
© 1 c. Aug. 3, 1937 ; D 51091 ; Robert 
Ralph Sloane and Louis Pelletier, jr., 
New York. 5666 

All we like sheep : a comedy in prologue 
and 2 acts, by M. K. Faehnle. © 1 c. 
Aug. 16, 1937 ; D 51406 ; Marie Kule- 
watz Faehnle, Pleasantville, N. Y. 

5667 

Almost a champion. See While the city 
sleeps. 

Along the memory trail; by I. Brewer. 
© 1 c. Aug. 17, 1937 ; D 51415 ; Isabel 
Mazie Brewer, New York. 5668 

Altitude 3.200 ; comedie en 3 acts et 5 
tableaux [par] Julien Luchaire. 
Paris, 1937. 30, [2] p. illus. 4to. 
( [La Petite illustration, no. 820] ) © 
May 1, 1937; 1 c. Aug. 4; D 51263; 
Julien Luchaire, Paris. 5669 

Ame d'Emir. See Levers de rideau. 

Angel face ; a play in 7 acts, by M. C. 
Osuna. © 1 c. July 23, 1937; D 
51309 ; Maria Consuelo Osuna, Oak- 
land, Calif. 5670 

Angel (The) of the gods; a play in 3 
acts, by Ruthie Jo Fox [pseud, of 
R. E. Taylor and J. Fox] © 1 c. 
Aug. 2, 1937; D 51072; Ruth E. Taylor 
and Josephine Fox, Florence, Col. 

5671 

Angelica ; dramma satirico seguito da 
alcuni pensieri filosofici con mr intro- 
eluzione di Guglielmo Ferrero [di] 
Leo Ferrero. Lugano [1937] xxvi, 
168 p., 1 1., [2] p. front, (port.) 
12 mo. © May 15, 1937 ; 1 c. Aug. 4 ; 
D 51411 ; Nuove edizioni di Capolago, 
Capolago, Tessin, Switzerland. 5672 



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pt. i, n. s., v. 10 



Angels in fur coats ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by P. L. Adams. © 1 c. Aug. 26, 
1937 ; D 51578 ; Paul Louison Adams, 
New York. 5673 

Ann Worth-housewife ; by Thomas 
Dougall. nos. A-265-A-2G8. © 1 c. 
each Aug. 5, 1937; D 51131-51134; 
Ann Worth-housewife, inc., Detroit. 

5674-5677 

nos. A-269— A-273. © 1 c. 



each Aug. 14, 1937; D 51355-51359 
Ann Worth-housewife, inc., Detroit. 

5678-5682 



nos. A-274-A-278. © 1 c. 

each Aug. 16, 1937; D 51397-51401; 
Ann Worth-housewife, inc., Detroit. 

5683-56S7 

nos. A-279-A-283. © 1 c. 

each Aug. 25, 1937; D 51553-51557; 
Ann Worth-housewife, inc., Detroit. 

5688-5692 

Anointing (The) of David; by Arthur 
Thomas Church. McKinney, Tex., 
1937. [14] p. 12mo. © July 24, 
1937 ; 2 c. Aug. 26 ; D 51621 ; Arthur 
Thomas Church, McKinney, Tex. 

5693 

Another spring; a 1-act play, by B. I. 
Powels. © 1 c. July 9, 1937; D 
51189 ; Bernice Ireland Powels, High- 
land Park, Mich. 5694 

Aromatic (The) vacation; a 1-act com- 
edy, by E. M. H. Bates. © 1 c. Aug. 
20, 1937; D 51444; Edith May Hil- 
liard Bates, Miami, Fla. 5695 

Assistant (The) district attorney; by 
F. Visconti. © 1 c. July 23, 1937; 
D 51123; Franklin Visconti, New 
York. 5696 

At long last ; a play in 3 acts, by H. C. 
Lane. © 1 c. Aug. 7, 1937 ; D 51192 ; 
Helena Camp Lane, Milwaukee. 

5697 

Atlas-hotel ; piece en 3 actes [par] 
Armand Salaerou. Paris, 1937. 30, 
[2] p. illus. 4to. ( [La Petite illus- 
tration, no. 831] ) © July 24, 1937 ; 
1 c. Aug. 4 ; D 51271 ; Armand Sala- 
crou, Mare (Eure) France. 5698 

Aim' Faithy's chillun ; a musical drama 
of negro life, in 4 acts, by W. 
Speights. Text. © 1 c. July 23, 
1937; D 51120; William Speights, 
Newark, N. J. 5699 

Bachelor buttons; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Robert C. Schimmel. Boston, Los 
Angeles [1937] 146 p. 12mo. 



(Baker's plays) © Aug. 2, 1937; 
2 c. Aug. 9; D 51182; Walter H. 
Baker co., Boston. 5700 

Ballad (The) of Faneuil hall; a play 
in 2 acts, by T. J. Nelson. © 1 c. 
Aug. 9, 1937 ; D 51230 ; Truman John 
Nelson, Lynn, Mass. 5701 

Barcarole ; a Venetian tale, plot, char- 
acters, and words derived from the 
plays of William Shakespeare, a 3-act 
comedy, freely arranged, by G. E. 
Spalding. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 1937; D 
51638; Graydon Edward Spalding, 
Pasadena. 5702 

Barn storm ; a melodramatic farce in 
2 acts, by S. Noble and W. Craig. © 

1 c. July 28, 1937 ; D 51292 ; Sheldon 
Noble, Detroit, and Walter Craig, 
New York. 5703 

Bastien and Bastienne; by I. Wicker. 
© 1 c. Aug. 26, 1937 ; D 51573 ; Ireene 
Wicker, New York. 5704 

Be home by midnight ! or, The clock 
struck one, a comedy in 1 act, by 
Christopher Sergei. Chicago [1937] 
20 p. 12mo. © July 28, 1937; 2 c. 
July 31 ; D 51064 ; Dramatic pub. co., 
Chicago. 5705 

Bed (A) of love; a play in 3 acts, by 
Cyril Kay-Scott [pseud, of F. C. 
Wellman] and Alice Kay- Scott 
[pseud, of A. W. Flanders] © 1 c. 
Aug. 14, 1937; D 51346; Frederick 
Creighton Wellman and Alice Well- 
man Flanders, New York. 5706 

Believe it or don't; a musical farce, in 

2 acts, book adapted, with original 
lyrics, by John Hagen, musical score 
bv F. D. Cure and Raymond B. Cure. 
© 1 c. Aug. 4, 1937 ; D 39314 ; Ray- 
mond B. Cure and Frank D. Cure, 
Belleville, N. J. 5707 

Believe it or not. See Caravan of 
truth. 

Belle (The) of the village; a comedy 
in 3 acts, by Starlee and William 
Lord [pseud, of E. A. C. Tidd] © 
1 c. July 17, 1937; D 51080; Eliza- 
beth Alden Curtis Tidd, Stamford, 
Conn. 5708 

Beneath the surface; a 3-act play, by 
Bertie Newman [i. e. B. W. New- 
man] © 1 c. Aug. 20, 1937 ; D 5146S ; 
Bertha Waldmeyer Newman, Leo- 
minster, Mass. 5709 

Berlin. See Polly pretends. 

Bermuda. See Polly pretends. 



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5733 



Beulah and the baron ; a drama in 3 
acts, by K. J. Kirschbaum. © 1 c. 
Aug. 28, 1937; D 51607; Kenneth 
James Kirschbaum, Flushing, L. I., 
N. Y. 5710 

Beyond the Acropolis ; a dramatic sat- 
ire in 3 acts, by A. A. Athenson. 
© 1 c. Aug. 9, 1937 ; D 51213 ; Angel 
Aristides Athenson, New York. 5711 

Big city; episodes 1-4, a play by G. 
Davidson and J. Werner. © 1 c. 
July 26, 1937; D 51188; Gustav Da- 
vidson and Jules Werner, New York. 

5712 

Billy Beg and his bull ; a dramatization 
of Seumas McManus' fairy tale, in 4 
acts, by S. Coulter. © 1 c. Aug. 16, 
1937; D 51379; Sally Coulter, New 
York. 5713 

Black (The) bag; a 3-act comedy, by 
I. C. Tippett. © 1 c. July 29, 1937 ; 
D 51121 ; Irene Cowan Tippett, Jack- 
sonville, Fla. 5714 

Boat trip to Alaska. See Polly pre- 
tends. 

Boccaccio ; komische oper in einem vor- 
spiel und 2 akten, vollstandig neu 
bearbeitet von Gustav Quedenfeldt. 
Musikalische bearbeitung von Franz 
Werther. Musik von Franz von 
Suppe. Vollstandiger klavierauszug 
mit text. © 1 c. Dec. 28, 1936; D 
39318 ; Edition Neruda, Berlin. 5715 

Bombay, India. See Polly pretends. 

Book (The) of people; Aug. 5, 1937, by 
Lawrence Menkin. © 1 c. Aug. 10, 
1937 ; D 51273 ; Crosley radio corp., 
Cincinnati. 5716 

Born lucky ; musical play in 2 acts, 
book and music by J. E. Howard. 
Text. © 1 c. Aug. 21, 1937 ; D 51466 ; 
Joseph E. Howard, New York. 5717 

Boss for a day ; a 1-act comedy, by 
Vivian McCullough. New York, N. Y., 
Los Angeles, Calif., London [1937] 
2Q p. diagr. 12mo. © Aug. U2, 
1937 ; 2 c. Aug. 16 ; D 51367 ; Samuel 
French, New York. 5718 

Bouche-en-coeur ; operette en 3 actes de 
J. Darieux et G. Leglise. Couplets 
de Rene Nazelles, musique de Rene 
Sylviano. Paris, 1937. 1 p. 1., 121 p. 
4to. Livret. © May 20, 1937; 1 c. 
July 28 ; D 51093 ; Editions Salabert, 
Paris. 5719 

Braggart. See First nighter. 



Brents (The) retire; a tragic comedy 
in 3 acts, by Sanford John Dody. © 
1 c. Aug. 7, 1937; D 51168; Sanford 
Dody, New York. 5720 

Bronze (The) Buddha; a play in 3 
acts, by Bee Humphries [pseud, of 
B. A. Humphreys] Sequel to, Sidnev 
the sleuth. © 1 c. Aug. 25, 1937; D 
51534 ; Bertha Amlin Humphreys, 
Hollywood, Calif. 5721 

Brown skin service. See Chicago high- 
brown. 

Brush (The) peddler; a play in 1 act, 
by Beulah King. New York [1937] 
27 p. 12mo. (The Amateurs' play 
shop) © July 29, 1937 ; 2 c. Aug. 9 ; 
D 51217 ; Fitzgerald pub. Corp., New 
York. 5722 

Biichse der Pandora. See Lulu. 

Builder-upper (The) ; a play in 3 acts, 
by Frank Martin [i. e. F. B. Martin] 
© 1 c. Aug. 26, 1937 ; D 51581 1 Fran- 
cis B. Martin, Philadelphia. [Copy- 
right is claimed on revision] 5723 

Building butter business ; by Jam 
Handy picture service, inc. © 1 c. 
Aug. 28, 1937 ; D 51629 ; Armour and 
co., Chicago. 5724 

Business is pleasure ; a 1-act comedy, 
by E. W. Earl, jr. and S. A. Raube. 
© 1 c. Mar. 29; 1937 ; D 51360 ; Elmer 
W. Earl, jr. and S. Avery Raube, 
Maplewood, N. J. 5725 

Button button ; by Virginia and Julius 
Anderson. © 1 c. Aug. 2, 1937; D 
51509 ; Virginia and Julius Ander- 
son, Chicago. 5726 

Call him Confusion ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by J. J. Stephens and A. A. Wilczew- 
ski. © 1 c. Aug. 14, 1937 ; D 51352; 
Joseph J. Stephens and Alois A. Wilc- 
zewski, Harrisburg, Pa. 5727 

Call the winner; a 3-act play, by H. 
Greene. © 1 c. Aug. 20, 1937; D 
51445; Helen Greene, Philadelphia. 

5728 

Captain dines with death. See Your 
witness. 

Captain John Smith; a play in 3. acts, 
by Florette Henri. © 1 c. Aug. 11, 
1937; D 51255; Florette Holzwasser 
Henri, New York. 5729 

Caravan (The) of truth; Believe it or 
not, by R. L. Ripley. Broadcasts July 
16, 23, 30, Aug. 6, 1937. broadcasts 
July 16, 23, 30, © 1 c. each Aug. 
4, 1937; broadcast Aug. 6, © 1 c. 
Aug. 12; D 51435-51438; Robert L. 
Ripley, New York. 5730-5733 



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5734 



pt. i, n. s., v. 10 



Caravan (The) of truth — Continued. 
broadcast Aug. 20, 1937. © 

1 c. Aug. 24, 1937; D 51513 ; Robert L. 

Ripley, New York. 5734 

Carrozza (La) d'oro ; scenario cinema- 
tografico, di Enrico Roma. © 1 c. 
Aug. 25, 1937 ; D 51589 ; Ente italiano 
per gli scambi teatrali, Rome. 5735 

Casanova meets the train ; a comedy in 
3 acts, by C. E. Mace, based on the 
play Yours sincerely, written by the 
same author. Rev. version. © 1 c. 
Aug. 6, 1937; D 51147; Charles Eric 
Mace, Denver. 5738 

Case (The) of Philip Lawrence ; a melo- 
drama in 3 acts, by G. MacEntee. © 
1 c. July 17, 1937; D 51116; George 
MacEntee, New York. 5737 

Centinela ; an epic drama of those who 
watched and dreamed and hoped, by 
Wm. Mark Hamilton. 1937. 2 p. 1., 
72 p. fol. © July 1, 1937 ; 2 c. July 
27; D 51449; William Mark Hamilton, 
Prairieville, Tex. 5738 

Chacun sa verite — Cosi e (se vi pare) — ; 
parabole en 3 actes [par] Luigi Piran- 
dello. Version francaise de Benja- 
min Cremieux. Paris, 1937. 22, [2] 
p. illus. 4to. ( [La Petite illustra- 
tion, no. 824]) © June 5, 1937; 1 c. 
Aug. 4 ; D 51266 ; Benjamin Cremieux, 
Paris. 5739 

Challenge to destinv ; a play in 3 acts, 
by R. R. Moore. © 1 c. Aug. 13, 1937 ; 
D 51321 ; Rosamond Ritchie Moore, 
Washington. 5740 

Chang ed Eng — fratelli Siamesi ; corn- 
media in 3 atti, di A. dello Siesto. © 
1 c. July 27, 1937; D 51101; Andrea 
dello Siesto, Milan. 5741 

Charity Jones ; scripts nos. 1, 4, 10, by 
A. S. Scarberry. © 1 c. each Aug. 21, 
1937; D 51471-51473; Alma Sioux 
Scarberry, Jackson Heights, N. Y. 

5742-5744 

Charm (The) kid; a play in 3 acts, by 
John Kenley. © 1 c. Aug. 19, 1937; 
D 51441; John K. Kremchek, Cleve- 
land. 5745 

Chateau Lake Louise. See Polly pre- 
tends. 

Chicago highbrown ; a play in 3 acts, 
by W. F. Walker. Previously copy- 
righted under title : Brown skin serv- 
ice. 2d act entirely rewritten. © 1 
c. Aug. 23, 1937; D 51497; William 
Franklin Walker, New York. 5746 



Chuckles ; a play in 20 scenes, by M. 
Blashe. © 1 c. Aug. 24, 1937; D 
51515; Maurice Blashe, New York. 

5747 

Cinderella ; a drama in 3 acts, by F. H. 
Wilde. © 1 c. July 28, 1937 ; D 51248; 
Frank Howard Wilde, Bayside, N. Y. 

5748 

Cliff Lyons. See Dare devils of Holly- 
wood. 

Clock struck one. See Be home at mid- 
night ! 

Cockeyed goddess ; a fable in 3 acts, by 
Mark Ellison. © 1 c. Aug. 16, 1937; 
D 51373; Annette Westbay, Los An- 
geles. 5749 

Cocktail (The) hour; a comedy in 3 
acts, by R. J. Landry. © 1 c. Aug. 
6, 1937; D 51160; Robert John Lan- 
dry, New York. 5750 

Colonel's (The) wife; a 1-act farce, by 
J. McCallum. © 1 c. Aug. 10, 1937 ; 
D 51226; John McCallum, Los An- 
geles. 5751 

Comes the dawn ; a play in 3 acts, by 
P. J. O'Connor. © 1 c. July 26, 1937 ; 
D 51247; Patrick J. O'Connor, New 
York. 5752 

Commission in London ; a play in 1 act, 
by Stanley Dabkowski. New York, 
London [etc., etc.] 1937. 32 p. diagr. 
12mo. Acting edition. © Aug. 26, 
1937 ; 2 c. Aug. 3"! ; D 51650 ; Samuel 
French, New York. 5753 

Community (The) service club of the 
air ; July 13, 1937, a radio serial pro- 
gram, by I. J. Gallagher and R. T. 
Walsh. © 1 c. Aug. 13, 1937; D 
51507 : Irving J. Gallagher and Robert 
T. Walsh, Elizabeth, N. J. 5754 

Completing the sale ; by Jam Handy 
picture service, inc. © 1 c. Aug. 28, 
1937 : D 51633 ; Caterpillar tractor co., 
Peoria, 111. 5755 

Conserving America ; an educational 
feature in Americanism and an elabo- 
ration of the ritual of the American 
legion, by Harrv Bernard Burnham. 
© 1 c. June 20, 1937 ; D 51508 ; George 
Washington post 114, Amer. legion, 
San Francisco. 5756 

Contacts ; a play in 3 acts, by Anne 
Walters. Chicago, New World dra- 
matic service [19371 iii, 64 numb. 1., 
4to. © July 26. 1937 ; 2 c. Aug. 9 ; 
D 51231; Louis LeRoy Wilson, Chi- 
cago. 5757 



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5778 



Cosi e (se vi pare) See Chacun sa ver- 
ite. 

Couple (The) next door; continuities 
71-90, by Thompson Buchanon. © 1 
c. each Aug. 6, 1937 ; D 51154 ; Procter 

6 Gamble co., Cincinnati. 5758 

Course (La) aux dollars; comedie d'- 
aventures en 4 actes et 11 tableaux, 
par Maurice cle Marsan et Gabriel 
Timmorv. (In Le Lisez-moi bleu, nos. 
326-328/ Juin 15,-Juillet l er , 15, 1937) 
3 installments. © June 15, July 1, 15, 
1937 ; 1 c. each Aug. 4 ; D 51262 ; Ga- 
briel Timmory, Neuilly, France. 5759 

Cowards stay home ; a play in 6 scenes, 
bv M. Muldavin. © 1 c. Aug. 28, 
1937; D 51605; Melvin Muldavin. 
North Branch, N. Y. 5760 

Crab-apple sauce ; a play by R. W. Jay. 
© 1 c. Aug. 5, 1937; D 51144; Rose 
Winger Jay, New York. 5761 

Creche. See Theatre Joly. 

Cricket (The) on the hearth; a play in 

7 scenes, by J. J. Robbins, based on 
the story by Charles Dickens. © 1 c. 
Aug. 28, 1937 ; D 51614 ; John J. Rob- 
bins, New York. 5762 

Cross (The) of Pele; a drama of old 
Hawaii in 9 scenes, by Wilfred Dell- 
quest [i. e. A. W. Dellquest] © 1 c. 
Aug. 13, 1937 ; D 51345 ; Augustus Wil- 
fred Dellquest, Los Angeles. 5763 

Cross section ; a play in prologue, epi- 
logue and 5 scenes, by William Doyle. 
© 1 c. Aug. 30, 1937; D 51647; Wil- 
liam Denis Doyle, Ottawa, Ontario, 
Canada. 5764 

Crossroads commencement ; by M. Mc- 
Kinney. © 1 c. Aug. 26, 1937; D 
51560; Marjorie McKinney, Cincin- 
nati. 5765 

Cupid is a heel. See First nighter. 

Curieux impertinent. See Mari singu- 
lier. 

Cuzco, Peru. See Polly pretends. 

Dan Crandall's vacation. See While the 
city sleeps. 

Daredevils of Hollywood ; Cliff Lyons, 
bv Theodore Norman Turner. © 1 c. 
Aug. 27, 1937; D 51590; Walter Bid- 
dick co., Los Angeles. 5766 

Dark (The) tower; a melodrama in 3 
acts, by Alexander Woollcott and 
George S. Kaufman. New York, Sam- 
uel French ; London, Samuel French, 
ltd. [1937] 123 p. diagrs. 12mo. © 



July 30, 1937 ; 2 c. Aug. 11 ; D 51232 ; 
Alexander Woollcott and George S. 
Kaufman, New York. 5767 

Date (A) with Madalirie; a play in 1 
act, bv Phoebe Plolfman. © 1 c. 
Aug. 20, 1937 ; D 51467 ; Phoebe Hoff- 
man Bickerton, New York. 5768 

Death in the dark. See Your witness. 

Death reaps a harvest ; a play of the 
China todav and tomorrow, by M. 
Muldavin. "© 1 c. Aug. 27, 1937; D 
51592; Melvin Muldavin, North 
Branch, N. Y. 5769 

Death Valley days; a series of radio 
sketches, by McCann-Erickson, inc. 
July 30, 1937. Wagon train wedding. 
© i c. Aug. 14, 1937 ; D 51348 ; Pacific 
coast borax co., New York. 5770 

Aug. 6, 1937. Find a witness. 



© 1 c. Aug. 14, 1937; D 51349; Pacific 
coast borax co., New York. 5771 

Aug. 13, 1937. Mission of the 



Angelus. © 1 c. Aug. 14, 1937; D 
51350; Pacific coast borax co., New 
York. ' 5772 



Aug. 20, 1937. Rings for her 

fingers. © 1 c. Aug. 26, 1937; D 
51579; Pacific coast borax co., New 
York. 5773 

Deerslayer (The) ; a play in 3 acts, by 
H Enander. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 1937 ; D 
51616; Hilma Enander, Chicago. 

5774 

Den of living nightmares ; a 1-act play- 
let, by F. C. Robinson. © 1 c. Aug. 
16, 1937 ; D 51377 ; Frank C. Robinson, 
Portland, Or. 5775 

Diable a Lyon. See Theatre Joly. 

Dicky. See Sweet mystery. 

Diction is everything ; 1-act comedy, by 
Pearl Wallace Chappell. New York, 
N. Y., Los Angeles, Calif., London 
[etc., etc.] 1937. 23 p. diagr. 12mo. 
© Aug. 12, 1937; 2 c. Aug. 16; D 
51364; Samuel French, New York. 

5776 

Die-hards (The) ; a drama in 3 acts, by 
L. A. Carter. © 1 c. Aug. 28, 1937; 
D 51615; Lawson A. Carter, New 
Haven. 5777 

Dinner with the blinds up ; a play in 1 
act, by Stuart Ready. [London] Play 
rights & publications, ltd., 1937. 23 p. 
8vo. © July 9, 1937 ; 1 c. Aug. 11 ; D 
51243; Stuart Ready, Shirley, Croy- 
don, Surrey, England. 5778 



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5779 



pt. i, n. s.. v. 10 



Divorce or else; a farce comedy in 3 
acts, by W. Pickersgill. © 1 c. Aug. 
10, 1937; D 51228; William Pickers- 
gill, Victoria, B. C. 5779 

Do you remember ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Edith Savile and John Carlton. Lon- 
don [1937] 82 p. diagr. 8vo 
([French's acting edition, no. 55]) 
© July 27, 1937; 1 c. Aug. 25; D 
51537 ; Samuel French, ltd., London. 

5780 

Doctors all ; a 1-act farce, by M. Jagen- 
dorf, after Lope de Vega. New York, 
London [etc.. etc.] 1937. 27 p. diagr. 
12mo. © July 29, 1937 ; 2 c. Aug. 5 ; 
D 51143; M. Jagendorf, New York. 

5781 

Dolores of San Juan ; San Juan Bau- 
tista pageant, play by Lucy Cuddy, 
music by Francisca Vallejo McGet- 
tigan, 1937. 2 p. 1., 2-109 numb. 1. 
4to. Text. © June 27, 1937; 2 c. 
July 20; D 51568; Lucy Cuddy, San 
Francisco. 5782 

Dolorosa (La) Stella; opera in 5 atti, 
di S. Mendicino. Text. © 1 c. Aug. 
17, 1937 ; D 51403 ; Saverio Mendicino. 
Vandergrift, Pa. 5783 

Don Jose ; comedie en 3 actes, par Jean 
Bernard-Luc [pseud, of L. Boudousse] 
© 1 c. Aug. 4, 1937 ; D 51281 ; Lucien 
Boudousse, Paris. 5784 

Don't be a lilly ; scenario, by B. L. 
Lowley. © 1 c. Aug. 12, 1937; D 
51414; Bessie L. Lowley, Casper, Wy. 

5785 

Don't cross the bridge ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Debo Guzy [i. e. D. Guzy] 
© 1 c. July 8, 1937 ; D 51186 ; Deborah 
Guzy, New York. 5786 

Don't ever grow up ; a comedy of youth 
in 3 acts, by James Reach. New 
York, London [etc., etc.] [1937] 
113 p. diagr. 12mo. ©Aug. 6, 1937; 
2 c. Aug. 11 ; D 51236 ; Samuel French, 
New York. 5787 

Don't point at the stars ; a play in 3 
acts, by L. F. Goodrich. © 1 c. Aug. 
17, 1937; D 51409; Libbie Feldman 
Goodrich, Cleveland. 5788 

Don't tell dad ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
F. E. Parker. © 1 c. July 9, 1937; 
D 51078 ; Frances Edwina Parker, 

New York. 5789 

Dude ranch ; by Latham Ovens and Svd 
Cornell. July 23, 1937. © 1 c. July 
28, 1937 ; D 51008 ; Crosley radio corp., 
Cincinnati. 5790 



July 30, 1937. © 1 c. Aug. 

5, 1937 ; D 51167 ; Crosley radio Corp., 
Cincinnati. 5791 

Aug. 6, 1937. © 1 c. Aug. 

11, 1937 ; D 51335 ; Crosley radio corp., 
Cincinnati. 5792 

Aug. 13, 1937. © 1 c. Aug. 

25, 1937 ; D 51584 ; Crosley radio corp., 
Cincinnati. 5793 

Dying to live ; a frolic in 3 periods 
free original adaptation by Cecil Mad- 
den [i. e. C. C. Madden] from the 
Spanish of Gregorio Martinez Sierra 
and E. Jardiel Poncela. © 1 c. Aug. 
25, 1937 ; D 51529 ; Cecil Charles Mad- 
den, London. 5794 

East side girl ; operetta in 2 acts, by 
Anshel Schorr. Text. 
-ysx Vxwnx -t»o ucx nyn ps VyT»a x 
.-nWytMN ps ,iyi3px 2 px xtoyi 

© 1 c. Aug. 6, 1937 ; D 51161 ; Dora W. 
Schorr, New Y^ork. 5795 

Eastchester green ; a play, by Dorsey 
Blake. © 1 c. Aug. 18, 1937 ; D 51426 ; 
William Dorsey Blake, Croton-on- 
Hudson, N. Y. 5796 

Empire (The) is shaken; a radio play 
in 1 act, M. C. Wentworth. © 1 c. 
Aug. 6, 1937; D 51170; Marion Craig 
Wentworth, Los Angeles. 5797 

Enchanted ( The island of Yew, by Mary 
Isabel Buchanan, from the book by 
L. Frank Baum. New York, London 
[etc., etc.] 1937. 56 p. diagrs. 12mo. 
© Aug. 23, 1937; 2 c. Aug. 31; D 
51651 ; Samuel French, New York. 

5798 

Erdgeist. See Lulu. 

Eternal Lincoln ; a drama in 3 acts, bv 

• F. C. Bond. © Aug. 17, 1937; D 

51408; Fred C. Bond, Chicago. 5799 

Fakir (Le) ; comedie en 3 actes, de E. 
Gerber. © 1 c. Aug. 4, 1937; D 
51276; Eugene Gerber, Paris. 5800 

Faust ; tragedie de Goethe, transposed 
en 1 prologue, dix-sept tableaux et un 
epilogue [par] Edmond Fleg [pseud, 
of E. Flegenheimer] mise en scene de 
Gaston Baty, musique d'Andre Cadou, 
decors d'Emile Bertin, costumes de 
Robert Feau. Paris, Editions Cou- 
tan-Lambert [1937] 151, [1] p., 1 1. 
plates 8 vo. ([Masque bibliotheque 
d'art dramatique] ) © May 21, 1937 ; 
1 c. Aug. 4; D 51260; Edmond Fleg- 
enheimer, Paris. 5801 



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no. 8, 193' 



5823 



Feed the brute ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Frederick A. McCue. Boston, Los 
Angeles [1937] 102 p. 12 mo 
(Baker's plays) © Aug. 2, 1937; 2 c. 
Aug. 9; D 51181; Walter H. Baker 
co., Boston. 5802 

Fence (The) buster. See While the 
city sleeps. 

Final (The) Judgment; a play in 9 
scenes, by S. E. Bruce. © 1 c. July 

30, 1937; D 51050; Sophia Elenora 
Bruce, New York. 5803 

Find a witness. See Death Valley days. 

Fire bug. See While the city sleeps. 

First nighter ; a radio broadcast. July 
23, 1937. Cupid is a heel, by Arthur 
La Vove. © 1 c. July 31, 1937; 
D 51053 ; Campana sales co., Batavia, 
111. 5804 

July 30, 1937. Get that ghost. 

by Addison Simmons. © 1 c. July 

31, 1937 ; D 51054 ; Campana sales co., 
Batavia, 111. 5805 

Aug. 6, 1937. There goes the 

bridegroom, by Agnes Ridgwav. © 
1 c. Aug. 11, 1937 ; D 51249 ; Campana 
sales co., Batavia, 111. 5806 

Aug. 13, 1937. Happy land- 



ing, by R. P. Gruber. © 1 c. An 
18, 1937 ; D 51416 ; Campana sales co., 
Batavia, III. 5807 

Aug. 20, 1937. The braggart, 

by Leon Ware. © 1 c. Aug. 25, 1937 ; 
D • 51544 ; Campana sales co., Ba- 
tavia, 111. 5808 

First (The) sit down strike; (a ma- 
rionette play by Lewis Collings. 
[Scarsdale, N. Y., The Scarsdale 
press, 1937] cover-title, 9 p. 16 mo. 
© Aug. 1, 1937; 2 c. Aug. 12; D 
51619; Lewis Collings, Scarsdale, 
N. Y. 5809 

Flying date. See While the city sleeps. 

Flying (The) Dutchman; an opera in 
3 acts, by Richard Wagner, arranged 
for senior high school production for 
mixed voices (or for girls voices 
only) by Berta Elsmith. Boston, 
Chicago, 1937. 119 p. 4 to. Full 
vocal score and libretto. © Aug. 3, 
1937; 2 c. Aug. 18; D 39320; Carl 
Fischer, inc., New York. 5810 

For our own people ; a play in 1 act, 
by D. S. MacGregor and A. Quin- 
Hahn. © 1 c. Aug. 20, 1937 ; D 51443 ; 
Dollie Sullivan MacGregor and Alice 
Quin-Halm, Huguenot Park, Staten 
Island, N. Y. 5811 



Forward ! — through time — and space ! 
installments 5-8, by P. F. Nowlan. © 
1 c. Aug. 7, 1937; D 51169; Philip 
Francis Nowlan, Bala-Cynwyd, Pa. 

5812 

Four of us ; a play in 3 acts, by Jack 
Nestle. © 1 c. Aug. 13, 1937; D 
51328 ; Jack B. Nestle, Chicago. 5813 

Frederick 13th ; a farce comedy in 3 
acts, by J. F. Foley. © 1 c. Aug. 5, 
1937 ; D 51127 ; Joseph Fitzgerald Fo- 
ley, Rye Beach, N. H. 5814 

Free lecture; a 1-act play, by V. A. 

Albini. © 1 c. July 31, 1937; D 

51089 ; Victor Arthur Albini, New 

York. 5815 

Free speech ; by David Diamond. © 
1 c. Aug. 20, 1937; D 51460; Bar 
assn. of Erie county, Buffalo. 5816 

Fric-frac ; piece en 5 actes [par] Ed- 
ouard Bourdet. Paris, 1937. 38 
[2] p. illus. 4to. ( [La Petite illus- 
tration, no. 825] ) © June 12, 1937 ; 
1 c. Aug. 4 ; D 51267 ; Edouard Bour- 
det, Paris. 5817 

Frodi (The) ; a play in 9 scenes, by 
L. K. Brown. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1937 ; D 
51107 ; Lucy Kennedy Brown, Syra- 
cuse. 5818 

From sun to sun ; a play in 3 acts, by 
R. P. Bramwell. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 
1937; D 51109; Ruby Phillips Bram- 
well, Belleville, Kan. 5819 

Frontier fighters ; no. 1, La Salle, by 
Eddy Graneman. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 
1937: D 51637; Radio transcription 
co. of America, ltd., Hollvwood, 
Calif. 5S20 

Funny paper of the air ; broadcast no. 
1, a radio program, by N. Baum- 
gardner. © 1 c. Aug. 2, 1937; D 
51075 ; Neville Baumgardner, Chats- 
worth, Calif. 5821 

Furnished room ; a play in 3 acts, bv 
H. W. Offermann. © 1 c. Aug. 12, 
1937; D 51316; Herman W. Offer- 
mann, Richmond. 5822 

Ganelon de Tonnay-Boutonne et sa 
soeur, 1 a dame-au-blanc-mantel ; 
tragedie heroique en 4 actes et en 
vers [par] Paul d' Herama [pseud, 
of Paul Caillaud] Surgeres, Edi- 
tions F. Bayle, 1936. 2 p. 1., [7]- 
158, [1] p. 12mo. Contains music. 
© Dec. 15, 1936; 1 c. Jan. 21, 1937; 
D 51256; Paul Caillaud, Marsais, 
(Ch.-Inf.) France. 5S23 



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5824 



pt. r, n. s., r. 10 



Gang busters ; a radio broadcast pro- 
gram, by Benton & Bowles, inc. July 
14, 21, 28, 1937. © 1 c. each July 31, 
1937; D 51056-51058; Benton & 
Bowles, inc., New York. 5824-5826 

■ ' Aug. 4, 1937. © 1 c. Aug. 



14, 1937 ; D 51340 ; Benton & Bowles, 
inc., New York. 5827 

Aug. 11, Aug. 18, 1937. © 



1 c. each Aug. 25, 1937; D 51517, 
5151S ; Benton & Bowles, inc., New 

York. 5828, 5829 

Gangsters death ; a play in 3 acts, by 
S. Lochansky. © 1 c. Aug. 9, 1937; 
D 51222; Samuel Lochansky, New 
York. 5830 

Gentlemen ; a play in 3 acts, by W. H. 
Barwald. © 1 c. Aug. 21, 1937; D 
51496; William H. Barwald, New 
York. 5831 

Get that ghost. See First nighter. 

Gettin' even; a comedy in 8 acts, by 
J. I. Meyers. © 1 c. Aug. 21, 1937; 
D 51455 ; Janet Isobel Meyers, Los 
Angeles. 5832 

Girl's (A) experience; a play in 2 acts, 
by S. Steinberg. 

swtjxsx-nx^ya ;ojyT90j?y oV>n»& x 
.nyaj^op ri»7tp pa ,]Vbpx 2 px yoyiysg 

© 1 c. July 31, 1937 ; D 51055 ; Sam- 
uel Steinberg, Brooklyn. 5833 

Girod ; a play in 8 scenes, by B. War- 
ren and Mil Sorin. © 1 c. Aug. 4, 
1937 : D 51111 ; Barnett Warren, New 
York. 5834 

Glimpse of heaven ; a play in 3 acts, 
by F. Reyher. © 1 c. Aug. 16, 1937 ; 
D 51610; Ferdinand Reyher, Holly- 
wood, Calif. 5835 

God save the King ; a play in 3 acts, by 
O. Murray. © 1 c. July 31, 1937 ; D 
51059 ; Olive Murrav, New York. 

5836 

Golden scabbard ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Elspeth Woodward [pseud, of E. C. 
Woodward] © 1 c. Aug. 27, 1937; 
D 51574; Elizabeth Cutler Wood- 
ward, South Lyme, Conn. 5837 

Good-bye in the night; a play about a 
murder, in 3 acts, by J. E. Mayer. 
© 1 c. Aug. 13, 1937; D 51391; Je- 
rome E. Mayer, Los Angeles. 5838 

Government ; a 1-act play, by J. F. Foll- 
mann, jr. © 1 c. Aug. 11, 1937; D 
51252 ; Joseph F. Follmann, jr., Phil- 
adelphia. 5839 



Government — by the people — over the 
people — and under the people ; a brief 
political satire, by Robert L. Craig. 
© 1 c. Aug. 24, 1937 ; D 51528 ; Rob- 
ert Lewis Craig, Harmon-on-Hudson, 
N. Y. 5840 

Grand finale ; a play in 3 acts, by Ed- 
ward and Janet Clark. © 1 c. Aug. 
20, 1937; D 5^.448; Edward Clark 
and Janet Elsie Clark, Hollywood, 
Calif. 5S41 

Grass that grows ; a drama in 3 acts, 
by E. H. Magliato. © 1 c. Aug. 13, 
1937 ; D 51324 ; Erminio Henry Mag- 
liato, New York. 5842 

Grazia (La) ; un atto, di R. Minardi. 
© 1 c. Aug. 4, 1937; D 51282; Rug- 
gero Minardi, Paris. 5843 

Great (The) Thomashef sky ; a play in 
1 act, by A. Block. © 1 c. July 22, 
1937 ; D 51510 ; Arthur Block, Brook- 
lyn. 5844 

Green (The) Hornet; by Francis 
Striker, nos. A-151, A-152. © 1 c. 
each Aug. 5, 1937; D 51138, 51139; 
Green Hornet, inc., Detroit. 

5845, 5846 

nos. A-153-A-156. © 1 c. 

each Aug. 12, 1937; D 51294^-51297; 
Green Hornet, inc., Detroit. 

5847-5850 



nos. A-157, A-158. © 1 c. 

each Aug. 18, 1937 ; D 51421, 51.422 ; 
Green Hornet, inc., Detroit. 

5851, 5852 

nos. A-159, A-160. © 1 c. 



each Aug. 25, 1937; D 51558, 51559; 
Green Hornet, inc., Detroit. 

5853, 5854 

Guest (The) ; a play in 3 acts, by 
Ralph Spenser Zink. © 1 c. July 31, 
1937; D 51071; Ralph Max Zink. 
New York. 5855 

Guiding (The) light; by Irna Phillips, 
episodes nos. 90-111. © 1 c. each 
July 9, 1937; D 51118; Procter & 
Gamble co., Cincinnati. 5856 

episodes nos. 112-115, 115A- 



126. © 1 c. each Aug. 6, 1937; D 
51155 ; Procter & Gamble co., Cincin- 
nati. 5857 

Gypsy eyes ; a 3-act play, by F. P. God- 
da rd, with music by well known com- 
posers. Text. © 1 c. Aug. 23, 1937 ; 
D 51500; Fay Pauline Goddard, 
Fresno, Calif. 5858 



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no. 8, 1937 



5S85 



Gypsy prince ; Hungarian Viennese op- 
eretta in 2 acts, by Patricia Martinez 
de Rivas. Text. © 1 c. Aug. 34, 
1937 ; D 51341 ; Roberta P. Martinez, 
New York. 5859 

Hans, le fou ; comedie dramatique en 2 
parties, par Jean Philippe [pseud, of 
J. Vincent] © 1 c. Aug. 18, 1937 ; D 
51501 ; Jean Vincent, Paris. 5S60 

Happy landing. See First nighter. 

Happy times; programs 1-26, by Her- 
schel Deutsch. © 1 c. Aug. 10, 1937 ; 
D 51511; Lawrence C. Gumbinner 
adv. agency, New York. 5861 

Haughty (The) arts; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Arthur Wilmurt. © 1 c. 
Aug. 9, 1937 ; D 51202 ; Arthur Ranous 
Wilmurt, San Diego, Calif. 5862 

Have a husband; a farce in 1 act, by 
Jean Provence. New York [1937] 
25 p. 12 mo. (The Amateurs' play 
shop) © July 29, 1937 ; 2 c. Aug. 9 ; 
D 51218 ; Fitgerald pub. corp-, New 
York. 5863 

Headquarters for winter accessories ; 
by Jam Handv picture service, inc. 
© 1 c. Aug. 28, 1937 ; D 51634 ; Gen- 
eral motors sales corp., Detroit. 

5864 

Hello, Peggy ; program no. 134, by the 
Drackett co. © 1 c. Aug. 14, 1937; 
D 51344; Drackett co., Cincinnati. 

5865 

programs nos. 135-137, by George 

Sparling. © 1 c. each Aug. 23, 1937 ; 
D 51480. 51482, 51486; Drackett co., 
Cincinnati. 5866-5868 

Help wanted ; a farce in 3 acts, by R. 
H. Halff. © 1 c. Aug. 5. 1937; D 
51141 ; Robert Hart Halff, New York. 

5869 

Pier house of memories ; a comedy in 1 
act, by Ellen M. Gall. San Francisco, 
Calif., Cincinnati, O., 1937. 17 p. 
12 mo. © July 10, 1937; 2 c. Aug. 
23 ; D 51477 ; Banner play bureau, 
inc., San Francisco. 5870 

Her majesty, the king; by F. R. 
Clements and C. Clements. © 1 c. 
Aug. 7, 1937; D 51191; Florence 
Ryerson Clements and Colin Clem- 
ents, Canoga Park, Calif. 5871 

Heroes don't care ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Margot Neville. London [1937] 
101 p. plates. 8vo. ( [French's act- 
ing edition, no. 12] ) © June 15, 
1937; 1 c. Aug. 16; D 51369; Samuel 
French, ltd., London. 5872 



High (The) flyers; a play in 2 scenes, 
by G. Edwards. © 1 c. Aug. 9, 1937 ; 
D 51229 ; Gus Edwards, Los Angeles. 

5873 

High in the sky ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by L. H. Blakeley. © 1 c. Aug. 4, 
1937; D 51125; Lenore Hetrick 
Blakeley, New York. 5874 

High pressure Homer; a comedy of 
family life in 3 acts, by Bruce 
Brandon [pseud, of Wilbur Braun] 
New York, Samuel French ; London, 
Samuel French, ltd. [1937] 121 p. 
diagr. 12mo. © Aug. 2, 1937; 2 c. 
Aug. 11; D 51238; Samuel French, 
New York. 5875 

His' first date ; a comedy in 1 act, by 
James Reach. New York, N. Y., Los 
Angeles, Calif., London [etc., etc.] 
1937. 31 p. diagr. 12mo. © Aug. 
12, 1937; 2 c. Aug. 16; D 51363; 
Samuel French, New York. 5876 

Historical history of a subway holdup ; 
by G. J. Ellman. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1937 ; 
D 51250; Gerald J. Ellman, Brook- 
lyn. 5877 

Histerical history of Captain John 
Smith, Pocohontus and her papa, the 
big bad Indian chief; by G. J. Ell- 
man. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1937 ; D 51251 ; 
Gerald J. Ellman, Brooklyn. 5878 

Histerical history of medicine by 
books ; by G. J. Ellman. © 1 c. Aug. 
9, 1937; D 51330; Gerald J. Ellman. 
Brooklyn. 5879 

Histerical history of murder on the 
Bounty ; by Gerald J. Ellman. ©<1 c. 
Aug. 9, 1937; D 51331; Gerald J. 
Ellman, Brooklyn. 5880 

Histerical history of the Boston tea 
party ; by G. J. Ellman. © 1 c. Aug. 
9, 1937 ; D 51329 ; Gerald J. Ellman. 
Brooklyn. 5881 

Histerical history of the cape, the sock, 
Sir Walter Raleigh and Queenie, 
(Elizabeth to you) ; by G. J. Ellman. 
© 1 c. Aug. 3, 1937 ; D 51306 ; Gerald 
J. Ellman, Brooklyn. 5882 

Histerical history of the Jap's sinus 
trouble ; by G. J. Ellman. © 1 c. Aug. 
9, 1937; D 51342; Gerald J. Ellman, 
Brooklyn. 5883 

History on parade; by G. J. Ellman. 
© 1 c. Aug. 30, 1937 ; D 51606 ; Ger- 
ald J. Ellman, Brooklyn. 5884 

Hit (A) ; a comedy in 2 acts, bv M. 
Wallace. © 1 c. Aug. 16, 1937; D 
51376; Morgan Wallace, Hollywood. 
Calif. 5885 



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CATALOG OF COPYKIGHT ENTRIES 



5886 



pt. i, n. s., v. 10 



Hit and run. See While the city 
sleeps. 

Hochtourist (Der) ; schwank in 3 
akten, von Curt Kraatz und Max 
Neal, neufassung von Werner Boh- 
land, mit musikalischen einlagen von 
Joachim Popelka und Karlheinz 
Gutheim. Vollstan&iger klavieraus- 
zug mit text. © lc. Dec. 28, 1936; 
D 39317; Edition Neruda, Berlin. 

5886 

Hofball in Schonbrunn ; operette in 3 
akten, von Josef Wenter. Gesang- 
stexte von Bruno Hardt-Warden. 
Musik von August Pepock. Text. © 

1 c. Aug. 9, 1937 ; D 51219 ; Dreik- 
lang-verlag, a. g., Berlin. 5887 

Hofloge; musikalisches lustspiel in 5 
bildern (nach dem englischen des 
J. M. Crawford) von Karl Farkas. 
Musik von Hans Lang. Zurich, 1936. 

2 v. [Libretto] 12mo. [Vocal 
score] fol. © May 20, 1936; 1 c. 
Aug. 9, 1937; D 39319; Musikverlag 
und biihnenvertrieb Zurich, a. g., 
Zurich, Switzerland. 5888 

Hold the presses ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Basil Talbot and'Ponathan Lati- 
mer. © 1 c. Aug. 13, 1937 ; D 51323 ; 
Jonathan W. Latimer, Chicago. 

5889 

Holiday at sea ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
D. Macardle. © 1 c. Aug. 7, 1937; 
D 51220; Donald Macardle, London. 

5890 

Homme et son toquard. See Kirika. 

House of horrors ; a mystery farce in 

3 acts, by James Reach. New York, 
London [etc., etc.] [1937] 91 p. 
diagr. 12mo. © Aug. 6, 1937; 2 c. 
Aug. 11; D 51233; Samuel French, 
New York. 5891 

Houseboat Hannah ; continuities nos. 
211 E. T.— 210 E. T., by Irving Ven- 
dig. © 1 c. each Aug. 6, 1937; D 
51152; Procter & Gamble co., Cin- 
cinnati. 5892 

How's your M. P .C? by L. Rich and 
A. J. Simon. © 1 c. July 28, 1937 ; 
D 51311; Louis Rich and Alfred J. 
Simon, New York. 5893 



by J. E. Fillmore. © 1 c. Aug. 10, 
1937 ; D 51221 ; John Eldon Fillmore, 
Leonia, N. J. 5894 

I can't help it ; a farcical comedy in 3 
acts, by A. Goodrich. © 1 c. Aug. 
10, 1937 ; D 51223 ; Arthur Goodrich. 
New York. 5S95 



I'd rather be right ; a musical show, 
in 2 acts, by G. S. Kaufman and M. 
Hart, music and lyrics by Richard 
Rodgers and Lorenz Hart. Text. © 

1 c. Aug. 23, 1937; D 51569; Moss 
Hart, New York and George S. Kauf- 
man, Holicong, Pa. 5896 

I strip to the nude; a play in 3 acts, 
by Lajos Egri [pseud of L. E. New- 
man] © 1 c. Aug. 24, 1937; D 
51536 : Louis Egri Newman, Brook- 
lyn. 5897 

Ichthomo (man-fish) the Tarzan of the 
sea in the island of Eves ; an aquatic 
drama in 3 acts, by F. H. James. 
Modified version. © 1 c. Aug. 14, 
1937; D 51343; Frederick H. James, 
New York. 5898 

Im schaufenster. See Twenty two 
twins. 

In Caesar's garden; by A. E. Woodall. 
© 1 c. Aug. 12, 1937 ; D 51404 ; Allen 
E. Woodall, Utica, N. Y. 5S99 

In old California ; a play in 5 acts, 
by John J. Elovsky. Boston, The 
Christopher publishing house [1937] 
3 p. 1., 9-92 p. 8vo. © Aug. 4, 1937 ; 

2 c. Aug. 16 ; D 51433 ; John J. Elov- 
sky, Long Beach, Calif. 5900 

In the beginning; a romance of Chris- 
tian endeavor, a play in 1 act, by 
Alfred E. Haswell. [1937] [16] p. 
8vo. © July 16, 1937: 2 c. Aug. 2; 
D 51079; Alfred E. Haswell, San 
Antonio. 5901 

In the clutch of fate ; an historical 
drama in 48 scenes, by J. P. Kinney. 
© 1 c. Aug. 6, 1937 ; D 51177 ; Jay P. 
Kinney, Washington. 5902 

Indian (The) captive; by Charlotte B. 
Chorpenning. South Hills, Charles- 
ton, W. Va., 1937. 34 p. 8vo. © 
Aug. 28, 1937; 2 c. Aug. 30; D 51618; 
Children's theatre press, South Hills, 
Charleston, W. Va. 5903 

Indian summer ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by John Pickard and Frank Provo 
[i. e. L. F. Provo] © 1 c. Aug. 19, 
1937; D 51432; John Henry Pickard 
and Lewis Franklin Provo, New 
York. 5904 



I am Marchesa; a comedy in 3 acts, Is this a felon? a play in 3 acts, by 



Jane Canaday [pseud, of I. J. Ket- 
terer] © 1 c. Aug. 7, 1937 ; D 51174 ; 
Isolde J. Ketterer, New York. 5905 

Isolated in Hollywood ; operetta, lib- 
retto by Charlotte Lemare, lyrics by 
Miles Overholt, music by Edwin H. 
Lemare. © 1 c. July 26, 1937; 



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5929 



D 39311 ; Charlotte Lemare, execu- 
trix of estate of Edwin H. Lemare, 
Los Angeles. 5906 

It can happen-anywhere ; a farce in 3 
acts, by L. E. Schoen. © 1 c. Aug. 
17, 1937; D 51410; Lester E. Schoen, 
New York. 5907 

It's no mystery ; by Jam Handy pic- 
ture service, inc. © 1 c. Aug. 28, 
1937; D 51630; Genral motors sales 
Corp., Detroit. 5908 

Jack and the beanstalk ; by I. Wicker. 
© 1 c. Aug. 26, 1937 ; D 51572 ; Ireene 
Wicker, New York. 5909 

Jacques Clement; drame historique en 
5 actes, par Georges Vises [pseud, of 
D. J. J. Weiss] © 1 c. Aug. 4, 1987 ; 
D 51280 ; Desire Jean-Jacques Weiss, 
Paris. 5910 

Jay boy; a play in 3 acts, by John 
Waldron. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 1937; D 
51639; John Michael Waldron, Man- 
hattan Beach, Calif. 5911 

Jennv Barrows ; a tragedy in 2 acts, 
by D. Sturges. © 1 c. Aug. 26, 1937 ; 
D 51580; Donald Sturges, Hartford. 

5912 

Jeu (Le) de l'amour et du placard; 
comedie en 1 acte, de Armand Mas- 
sard et Alfred Vercourt. Paris, 1937. 
32 p. 16mo. (Selection, nouveau re- 
pertoire Salabert) © May 20, 1937; 

1 c. July 28 ; D 51092 ; Editions Sala- 
bert, Paris. 5913 

Jim's big fish story. See While the 
city sleeps. 

Jolly pickaninnies minstrels ; a com- 
plete minstrel program for the 
grades, by Arthur L. Kaser. Dayton, 
O., Paine publishing company [1937] 
19 p. 8vo. © Aug. 10, 1937; 2 c. 
Aug. 13; D 51332; Lurten M. Paine, 
Dayton, O. 5914 

Just call me Stell; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Donna Ashworth and Mary El- 
liott. © 1 c. Aug. 23, 1937 ; D 51491 ; 
Donna Ann Ashworth, Springfield, 
Mo., and Mary E. Elliott, Briscoe, 
Mo. 5915 

Just off Main street; a comedy in 3 
acts, by S. Day and Berte Harmon. 
© 1 c. Aug. 13, 1937 ; D 51319 ; Sylvia 
Day, Bradford, Pa. 5916 

Keep your seats ; a satirical comedy in 

2 acts, by H. T. Porter and A. H. 
White. © 1 c. Aug. 21, 1937; D 
51464: Henry T. Porter and Alfred 
H. White, New York. 5917 



Kid kabaret ; by G. Edwards. © 1 c. 
Aug. 16, 1937; D 51382; Gus Ed- 
wards, Los Angeles. 5918 

Kids in kandyland ; by G. Edwards. 
© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1937; D 51383; Gus 
Edwards, Los Angeles. 5919 

Kirika (L'homme et son toquard) ; 
comedie en 4 actes de Georges Ciprian. 
Version franchise de Matei Roussou 
[pseud, of M. Fainsilber] © 1 c. 
Aug. 4, 1937; D 51279; Motel Fain- 
silber, Paris. 5920 

Kiss (A) in the light; a 3-act comedy, 
by Tom Loy [i. e. T. L. Loy] © 1 c. 
Aug. 24, 1937; D 51514; Thomas Ly- 
cett Loy, Hagerstown, Md. 5921 

Kitty Keene, inc. ; continuities nos. 290 
E. T.-310 E. T., by Wallace K. Nor- 
man and Day Keene. © 1 c. each 
Aug. 6, 1937; D 51151; Procter & 
Gamble co., Cincinnati. 5922 

Kleine ( Das ) hof konzert ; ein musikal- 
isches lustspiel in 3 akten aus der welt 
Carl Spitzwegs, von Paul Verhoeven 
und Toni Impekoven, musik von Ed- 
mund Nick. Berlin, 1935. cover-title, 
90 p. diagrs. 8vo. Regie- und souff- 
lierbuch. Text. © Dec. 20, 1935 ; 1 c. 
Aug. 3, 1937 ; D 51184 ; Edition Meisel 
& co., g. m. b. h., Berlin. 5923 

Know your own mind ; by David Dia- 
mond. © 1 c. Aug. 20, 1937 ; D 51457 ; 
Bar assn. of Erie county, Buffalo. 

5924 

Know your partner ; by David Diamond. 
© 1 c. Aug. 20, 1937; D 51461; Bar 
assn. of Erie county, Buffalo. 5925 

Kopf in der schlinge. See Unguarded 
hour. 

4 

Lakefront ; a play in 3 acts, by E. Eliscu. 
© 1 c. Aug. 17, 1937; D 51407; Ed- 
ward Eliscu, Chappaqua, N. Y. 5926 

La Salle. See Frontier fighters. 

Last (The) proposal; a 1-act play, by 
Paula Shay. New York, London [etc., 
etc.] [1937] 23 p. diagr. 12mo. 
© July 28, 1937; 2 c. July 31; D 
51062; Samuel French, New York. 

5927 

Late city edition ; a play in 3 acts, by 
H. Malony. © 1 c. Aug. 4, 1937; D 
51112; Helen Maloney, New York. 

5928 

Legal outlaws ; by David Diamond. © 
1 c. Aug. 20, 1937 ; D 51456 ; Bar assn. 
of Erie county, Buffalo. 5929 



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5930 



pt. I, n. s., v. 10 



Legend ; a play in 2 acts, by W. R. Bur- 
nett. © 1 c. Aug. 10, 1937 ; D 51291 ; 
William It. Burnett, Glendale, Calif. 

5930 

Legend (The) of the Lady of South 
mountain ; by E. B. Gamage. © 1 c. 
July 30, 1937; D 51308; Eunice B. 
Gamage, Santa Paula, Calif. 5931 

Lend me your wife ; a comedy in pro- 
logue, 2 acts and epilogue, by F. G. 
Gardiner. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1937; D 
51130 ; Francis Gavin Gardiner, New 
York. 5932 

Let's sell 'em mileage ; by Jam Handy 
picture service, inc. © 1 c. Aug. 28, 
1937; D 51627; B. F. Goodrich co., 
Akron, O. 5933 

Let the moon go left ; a comedy farce in 
3 acts, by N. Tubiash and I. Sandrof. 
© 1 c. Aug. 18, 1937 ; D 51424 ; Nancy 
Tubiash and Ivan Sandrof, Boston. 

5934 

Levers de rideau ; [par] Georges Rol- 
lon (Raoul Grange) Rabat, Editions 
Omnia, 1937. 5 p. 1., [7]-122 p., 2 1. 
8vo. Contents. — Vous ne saurez ja- 
mais. — Pierre et Toinette. — Le roi du 
monde. — Ame d'Emir. © May 20, 
1937; 1 c. Aug. 4; D 51412; Raoul 
Grange, Rabat, Maroc, France. 5935 

Liebe auf reisen ; operette in 3 akten, 
buch and gesangstexte von Richard 
Frenzel, musik von Hartwig von 
Platen. Vollstandiger klavierauszug 
mit text. © lc. Dec. 28, 1936; D 
39315 ; Hartwig von Platen, Berlin. 

5936 

Life of Heinrich Heine. See Wounded 
nightingale. 

Lights out ; a play in 3 acts, by Jack 
Stuart Knapp. Boston, Los Angeles 
[1937] 128 p. 12mo. ( [Baker's roy- 
alty plays]) © Aug. 2, 1937; 2 c. 
Aug. 9; D 51180; Walter H. Baker 
co., Boston. 5937 

Little old lady. See While the city 
sleeps. 

Lives apart ; a play in 3 acts, by E. 

Zelazo. © 1 c. Aug. 18, 1937; D 

51430; Edward Zelazo, New York. 

5938 
London bridge ; a play in 2 acts, by C. 

Alan. © 1 c. Aug. 24, 1937 ; D 51532 ; 

Charles Alan, New York. 5939 

London rhapsody ; a musical show in 
17 scenes, book by George Black and 
Bert Lee [pseud, of William Herbert] 
Music by Harris Weston [pseud, of 
Robert Edgar Harris] Jimmy Ken- 



nedy [pseud, of James Kennedy] and 

Michael Carr [pseud, of Maurice Co- 
hen] © 1 c. Aug. 26, 1937 ; D 39323 ; 

General theatre corp., ltd., London. 

5940 
Lone (The) Ranger; by Francis 

Striker, nos. A-310— A-312. ©lc. 

each Aug. 5, 1937; D 51135-51137; 

Lone Ranger, inc., Detroit. 

5941-5943 
nos. A-313-A-318. © 1 c. 

each Aug. 12, 1937; D 51298-51303; 

Lone Ranger, inc., Detroit. 

5944-5949 
nos. A-319-A-321. © 1 c. 

each Aug. 18, 1937; D 51418-51420; 

Lone Ranger, inc., Detroit. 

5950-5952 
— - nos. A-322-A-324. © 1 e. 

each Aug. 25, 1937; D 51550-51552; 

Lone Ranger, inc., Detroit. 

5953-5955 
Loopholes of 1938 ; a musical comedy in 

2 acts, by J. Cluett. Text. © 1 c. 

Aug. 13, 1937 ; D 51315 ; Jack Cluett, 

Greenwich, Conn. 



Lost (The) colony; an outdoor play in 
2 acts (with music, pantomime, and 
dance) by Paul Green. Chapel Hill, 
The University of North Carolina 
press, 1937. xi, 138 p. front., plates 
printed on both sides. 12mo. © Aug. 
5, 1937 ; 2 c. Aug. 14 ; D 51583 ; Paul 
Green, Chapel Hill, N. C. 5957 

Love and music everywhere ; a comedy 
with music in 12 scenes, by W. C. 
Kelly. Text. © 1 c. July 28, 1937 ; 
D 51293; Walter C. Kelly, Philadel- 
phia. 5958 

Love in the bonds ; a satirical comedy 
in 1 act, by Imogene Cook. New 
York [1937] 23 p. 12mo. (The ama- 
teur's play shop) © Julv 29, 1937; 
2 c. Aug. 9 ; D 51215 ; Fitzgerald pub. 
corp., New York. 5959 

Love isn't everything; a comedy in 3 
acts, by Aurania Rouverol and Emile 
Littler. London [1937] 108 p. diagr. 
12mo. ([French's acting edition, no. 
40] ) © June 3, 1937 ; 1 c. Aug. 11 ; 
D 51240; Samuel French, ltd., Lon- 
don. 5960 

Love on the dole. See Reves sans provi- 
sion. 

Love song; a play in 1 act, by William 
De Lisle. New York, London [etc., 
etc.] 1937. 23 p. diagr. 12mo. Act- 
ing edition. © Aug. 26, 1937; 2 c. 
Aim-. 31; D 51649; Samuel French, 
New York. 5961 



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no. 8, 1937 



6004 



Love — with sound ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by E. Lester. © 1 c. Aug. 9, 1937; 
D 51227 ; Elliott Lester, Wyncote, Pa. 

5962 

Lulu; oper von Alban Berg, nach den 
tragodien Erdgeist und Biichse der 
Pandora, von Frank Wedekind. 
Wien, 1937. 3 p. 1., 94 p. 12mo. 
Text. © May 21, 1937 ; 1 c. Aug. 3 ; 
D 51185; Universal edition, a.-g., Vi- 
enna. 5963 

Lure (The) of song ; a musical play in 2 
acts, based on the life of Schumann, 
book and lyrics by T. G. Springer, 
music by L. H. Drakeford. © 1 c. 
Aug. 11, 1987; D 39310; Thomas 
Grant Springer and Lewis Henry 
Drakeford, Astoria, L. I., N. Y. 

5964 

Mad (The) Caligula; an original 
drama in prologue and 4 acts, by Jo- 
seph A. Dernier [pseud, of J. A. 
Diemer] © 1 c. Aug. 24, 1937; D 
51526; Joseph A. Diemer, New York. 

5965 

Main street newspaper ; episode 1, by 
L. J. Reilly. © 1 c. July 2,7, 1937; 
D 51088; Lawrence J. Reilly, West 
Chester, Pa. 



Man in celluloid: a play in 3 acts, by 
Jay Quinn. © 1 c. Aug. 5, 1987: D 
51140 ; Lily C. Goodman, New York. 

5967 

Mango ; by R. Beckwith and W. Court- 
ney. © 1 c. Aug. 11, 1987 ; D 51463 ; 
Russell Beckwith and Ward Court- 
ney, New Haven. 5968 

Manhattan mother ; by Orin Tovrov. 
episodes nos. 76-80. © 1 c. each Aug. 
4, 1937; D 51102^-51106; Columbia 
broadcasting system, inc., station 
WBBM, Chicago. 5969-5973 

episodes nos. 81-85. © 1 c. 



each Aug. 9, 1937; D 51207-51211; 
Columbia broadcasting system, inc., 
station WBBM, Chicago. 5974-5978 

episodes nos. 86-90. © 1 c. 



each Aug. 16, 1937; D 51385-51389; 
Columbia broadcasting system, inc., 
station WBBM. Chicago. 5979-5983 

episodes nos. 91-95. © 1 c. 



each Aug. 27, 1937; D 51597-51601; 
Columbia broadcasting system, inc., 
station WBBM, Chicago. 5984-5988 

episodes nos. 96-100. © 1 c. 



each Aug. 31, 1937; D 51641-51645 
Columbia broadcasting system, inc. 
station WBBM, Chicago. 5989-5993 



March of youth ; or, Youth on parade, a 
musical revue, by G. Edwards. Text 
© 1 c. Aug. 26, 1937; D 51564; Gus 
Edwards, Los Angeles. 5994 

Mari ( Le ) singulier ; comedie en 3 actes 
avec prologue et intermede, d'apres 
le Curieux impertinent de Cervantes, 
par Luc Durtain [pseud, of A. Nep- 
veu] © 1 c. Aug. 4, 1937 ; D 51278 ; 
Andre Nepveu, Paris. 5995 

piece en 3 actes, inspiree d'un conte 

de Cervantes [par] Luc Durtain 
[pseud, of Andre Nepveu] Paris, 
1937. 30, [2] p. illus. 4to. ([La 
Petite illustration, no. 828] ) © July 
3, 1937 ; 1 c. Aug. 4 ; D 51270 ; Andre 
Nepveu, Paris. 



Marriage a la king; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by S. Shields and R. Sprague. © 1 c. 
Aug. 6, 1937 ; D 51145 ; Sydney Shields 
and Ralph Sprague, New York. 5997 

Mary Marlin ; episodes nos. 596-615, by 
Jane Crusinberry. © 1 c. each Aug. 
6, 1937; D 51150; Procter & Gamble 
co., Cincinnati. 5998 

Maupassant ; a play in 3 acts, based on 
the life of Guy de Maupassant, by 
R. T. Kettering. © 1 c. Aug. 23, 
1937 ; D 51498 ; Ralph Thomas Ketter- 
ing, Chicago. 5999 

Maybe in Russia ; a new play in 3 acts, 
by R. K. Rypins. © 1 c. Aug. 10, 
1937 ; D 51225 ; Rhoda Kellogg Rypins, 
New Brunswick, N. J. 6000 

Men at work; a play in 3 acts, by Henry 
Rosendahl and B. Petroff. © 1 c. 
Aug. 14, 1937; D 51354; Boris Pet- 
roff, Hollywood, Calif. 6001 

Mephistofolus hisself ; a 1-act play by 
I. C. Tippett. © 1 c. Aug. 23, 1937; 
D 51492 ; Irene Cowan Tippett, Jack- 
sonville, Fla. 6002 

Mexico. See Polly pretends. 

Midnight sailing; a 1-act farce, by 
Frances Marianne Levy. New York, 
N. Y., Los Angeles, London [etc., etc] 
1937. 35 p. diagr. 12mo. © Aug. 
12, 1937 ; 2 c. Aug. 16 ; D 51362 ; Sam- 
uel French, New York. 6003 

Mildly fey ; a comedy in 3 acts, by Wil- 
liam Lord. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1937; D 
51108; Walter B. Warner, New York. 

6004 

Milk and salt don't mix. See While the 
city sleeps. 

Milky pearls. See While the city sleeps. 



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6005 



pt. i, n. -s., v. 10 



Million-dollar (A) portrait ; a drama in 
a prologue and 4 acts, by R. M. Ster- 
rett, with a theme-song: The nightin- 
gale, lyrics and music by R. M. Ster- 
rett. Text. © 1 c. Aug. 31, 1937; 
D 51646; Robert Montgomery Ster- 
rett, Jamaica, N. Y. 6005 

Mission of the Angelus. See Death Val- 
ley days. 

Mr. Pessi and Mr. Opti ; a musical re- 
vue, by G. Edwards. Text. © 1 c. 
Aug. 26, 1937 ; D 51563 ; Gus Edwards, 
Los Angeles. 6006 

Mrs. Morli, one and two ; an adaptation 
of Luigi Pirandello's Signora Morli, 
uno e due, in 3 acts, by H. Jerome. 
© 1 c. Aug. 19, 1937 ; D 51442 ; Helen 
Jerome, Old Greenwich, Conn. 6007 

Moonlight ; a play of the old South in 9 
scenes, by M. C. Venable. © 1 c. 
Aug. 14, 1937; D 51347; Maybelle 
Carter Venable, St. Louis. 6008 

Moral gestures ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
E. Wooll. © 1 c. June 26, 1937; D 
51049; Edward Wooll, North Wal- 
sham, Norfolk, England. 6009 

More money in your pocket by selling 
more oil drains; by Jam Handy pic- 
ture service, inc. © 1 c. Aug. 28, 
1937; D 51628; Cities service oil co., 
New York. 6010 

Most valuable medical fee in history. 
, See Accidents that changed history. 

Moth (The) and the fame; by Teja 
Werbing [pseud, of T. Weinberg] © 
1 c. Aug. 26, 1937; D 51576; Tilly 
Weinberg, Mamaroneck, N. Y. 6011 

Moving (The) picture trailers; by F. 
Hillebrand. © 1 c. Aug. 21, 1937; 
D 51469; Fred Hillebrand, Bayside, 
L. I., N. Y. 6012 

Much ado in 1936 ; a play in 2 acts, by 
M. M. Mitchell. © 1 c. Aug. 23, 1937 ; 
D 51487; Mary Maud Mitchell, San 
Diego, Calif. 6013 

Murats in Florida. See Princess. 

Murder by magic. See Your witness. 

Murder by the clock ; a comedy-drama 
in 3 acts, by Bob Feagin [i. e. R. J. 
Feagin] © 1 c. Aug. 25, 1937; D 
51531 ; Robert Johnson Feagin, Kan- 
sas City, Mo. 6014 

.Murder in the mirror. See Your wit- 
ness. 

"Murder in white. See Your witness. 



Murder with music ; a drama in 3 acts, 
by L. G. R. Rebarer. © 1 c. Aug. 13, 
1937; D 51318; Lilias Gilbert Riddell 
Rebarer, New York. 6015 

Napoleon. See Theatre Joly. 

Napoleon unique; comedie epique en 3 
actes [par] Paul Raynal. Paris, 1937. 
34, [2] p. illus. 4to. ( [La Petite il- 
lustration no. 821] ) © May 8, 1937 ; 

1 c. Aug. 4; D 51264; Paul Raynal, 
Rainvillers, France. 6016 

New York cavalcade; a comedy drama 
in 3 acts, by J. Madison and M. Lin- 
der. © 1 c. Aug. 20, 1937 ; D 51439 ; 
James Madison and Mark Linder, 
New York. 6017 

Nijinsky ; a dramatization in 3 acts, by 
J. Mayer. © 1 c. July 28, 1937; D 
51047; Jerome Mayer, New York. 

6018 

No wedding bells for me; an hilarious 
farce comedy in 3 acts, by Charles 
George. Based on a play by Pauline 
Phelps and Marion Short. Boston, 
Los Angeles. [1937] 128 p. 12mo. 
([Baker's royalty plays]) © Aug. 
2, 1937 ; 2 c. Aug. 9 ; D 51179 ; Walter 
H. Baker co., Boston. 6019 

Not strictly cricket; a dramatic satire, 
by R. L. Craig. © 1 c. Aug. 11, 1937 ; 
D 51305: Robert Lewis Craig, Har- 
mon-on-Hudson, N. Y. 6020 

Nouvelle (La) sous-pref ete ; comedie en 
3 actes [par] Louise Hatte. Paris, 
Librairie de theatre, 1937. 74 p. 
12mo. © July 13, 1937 : 1 c. Aug. 4 ; 
D 51257 ; Louise Hatte, Paris. 6021 

O West wind; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Jack Preston [pseud of J. P. Busch- 
len] © 1 c. Aug. 18, 1937 ; D 51425 : 
John P. Buschlen and Nydia West- 
man, Hollywood, Calif. 6022 

Ocean men ; an allegory of the Sun Yat- 
sen revolutions : by Paul Myron Line- 
barger, edited with an introduction 
by P. M. Anthony Linebarger. Wash- 
ington, D. C. Mid-nation editions 
1937. 67 p. 8vo. © Apr. 30, 1937; 

2 c. and aft. Apr. 30 ; A 104965 ; P. M. 
Linebarger, Washington. 6023 

On trial ; a play in 3 acts, by S. P. Kaini- 
kowitz. © 1 c. Aug. 4, 1937 : D 51115 ; 
Sol P. Kamikowitz, New York. 6024 

On younger strengths ; a play in 3 acts, 
by J. F. Roche. © 1 c. Aug. 6, 1937 ; 
D 51178; John F. Roche, New York. 

6025 



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6046 



Once for glory; a play in 2 acts, by 
Joseph M. Viertel [pseud, of J. M. V. 
Shapiro] © 1 c. Aug. 4, 1937; D 
51110; Joseph M. Viertel Shapiro, 
New York. 6026 

One after three; a musical comedy, 
book and lyrics, by D. Davenport. 
Text. ©lc. July 23, 1937 ; D 51246 ; 
Dell Davenport, San Francisco. 

6027 

One more American; a courtroom play 
in 1 act, drama of an alien seeking 
American citizenship, by Ann Wood- 
bury Hafen. Denver, Col., T. A. Bag- 
shaw publishing company [1937] 2 
p. 1., 14 p. 12mo. © Aug. 20, 1937 ; 
2 c. Aug. 25 ; D 51566 ; Ann Woodbury 
Hafen, Denver. 6028 

One way of love ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by H. R. Misrock. © 1 c. Aug. 24, 
1937; D 51527; Henry R. Misrock, 
New York. 6029 

O'Neills (The) ; episode nos. 446-^69. 
by Jane West. © 1 c. each Aug. 6, 
1937 ; D 51156 ; Procter & Gamble co., 
Cincinnati. 6030 

Only in America ; a play in 3 acts, by 
R. Birchard. ©lc. Aug. 20, 1937 ; D 
51440; Ralph Birchard, South Pasa- 
dena, Calif. 6031 

Our daily bread ; a play in 3 acts, by 
M. Farber. © 1 c. Aug. 27, 1937 ; D 
51577; Mark Farber, New York. 

6032 

Our youngsters; episodes 1-8, by P. A. 
Leonard. © 1 c. Aug. 24, 1937; D 
51535 ; Patrick A. Leonard, New York. 

6033 

Out of the picture ; a play in 2 acts, 
by Louis MacNeice. London, Faber 
and Faber, limited [1937] 4 p. 1., 
5-127 p. 8vo. © 1 c. Aug. 2, 1937; 
A ad int. 22969 ; pubd. June 17 ; Louis 
MacNeice, London. 6033* 

Oxydol's own Ma Perkins ; continuities 
nos. 1036 E. T— 1059 E. T., by Lee 
Gebhart. © 1 c. each Aug. 6, 1937 ; 
D 51153 ; Procter & Gamble co., Cin- 
cinnati. 6034 

Oyster (The) supper; a rural church 
comedy, by Howard Amoss and Doro- 
thy Elder dice. New York [1937] 
30 p. 12mo. (The Amateur's play 
shop) © July 29, 1937 ; 2 c. Aug. 9 ; 
D 51216 ; Fitzgerald pub. Corp., New 
York. 6035 

Pact (The) ; a play in 2 acts, by Hjal- 
mar Meidell. Translated by A. R. 
Sawyer. © 1 c. Aug. 2, 1937; D 



51073 ; Astrid Rosing Sawyer, Chi- 
cago. 6036 

Pageant of the Christ child; the text 
compiled and the music composed, by 
G. Darlington Richards. New York, 
The H. W. Gray company, sole agents 
for Novello & co., ltd. [1937] 7 p. 1., 
48 p. 4to. © Aug. 9, 1937 ; 1 c. Aug. 
7 ; 1 c. Aug. 14 ; D 39321 ; H. W. Gray 
co., New York. 6037 

Pagliacci. See Thrills from great 
operas. 

Paix (La) est pour demain ; piece en 
3 actes, par A. Lang. © 1 c. Aug. 4, 
1937; D 51277; Andre Lang, Paris. 

6038 

Palm Springs. See Polly pretends. 

Pamplemousse ; comedie en 3 actes 
[par] Andre Birabeau. [Paris] 1937. 
34, [2] p. illus. 4to. ([La Petite 
illustration, no. 832]) © July 31, 
1937; 1 c. Aug. 18; D 51503; Andre 
Birabeau, St. Cloud, France. 6039 

Parachute patrol ; episode 1, by D. 
Glassman. © 1 c. Aug. 24, 1937; 
D 51533; Don Glassman, New York. 

6040 

Parade with banners ; a play in 3 acts, 
by Geoffrey Dale [pseud, of L. Davis] 
©lc. Aug. 16, 1937; D 51384; Lil- 
lian Davis, Buffalo. 6041 

Pareesie Ann in Paris ; a comedy in 

1 act, by Ethel Bradnock Jewell. 
San Francisco, Calif., Cincinnati, O., 
1937. 14 p. 12mo. © July 10, 1937 ; 

2 c. Aug. 23 ; D 51476 ; Banner play 
bureau, inc., San Francisco. 6042 

Pariserinnen ; lustspiel in 6 bildern mit 
musik und tanz nach Armont und 
Gerbidon, von Ralph Benatzky. 
Wien. 1937. 1 p. 1., v, 91 p. 12mo. 
© May 22, 1937 ; 1 c. July 23 ; D 
51163 ; Wiener operettenverlag, g. m. 
b. h., Vienna. 6043 

Party line; a 1-act play, by Laura 
Meredith. New York, London [etc., 
etc.] [1937] 28 p. diagr. 12mo. 
© Aug. 5, 1937; 2 c. Aug. 11; D 
51235; Samuel French, New York. 

6044 

Pathfinder (The) of the Sierras; by 
William Clement Isett. © 1 c. July 
6, 1937; D 51082; Gertrude J. Isett, 
Los Angeles. 6045 

Pauline ; a comedy in 3 acts, by H. 
Vind [i. e. H. V. Sharp] © 1 c. July 
20, 1937 ; D 51310 ; Helen Vind Sharp, 
New York. 6046 



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6047 



pt. i, n. s., v. 10 



Peggy Plum; children's operetta in 1 
act, by C. A. Wood, music and lyrics 
arranged and interpolated by Berta 
Elsmith. Arrangement for violin and 
'cello, by Althea Green. © 1 c. July 
17, 1937; D 39312; Cornelius Ayer 
Wood, Andover, Mass. 6047 

Pelle; a play by M. Chippendale, ar- 
ranged from the picture book by Elsa 
Beskow. © 1 c. July 26, 1937; D 
51337 ; Mary Chippendale, New York. 

6048 

Pen (The) is mightier . . .; a play in 
1 act, by Robert Victor. [London] 
Play rights & publications, ltd., 1937. 
18 p. 8vo. © July 9, 1937 ; 1 c. Aug. 
11 ; D 51242 ; Robert Victor, London. 

6049 

Perchance to dream; a play in a pro- 
logue, 3 acts and an epilogue, by P. 
W. Fennelly. © 1 c. Aug. 21, 1937; 
D 51465 ; Parker W. Fennelly, Peeks- 
kill, N. Y. 6050 

Perfectly harmless. See While the city 
sleeps. 

Peter Ponder — pacifist; a peace skit in 
1 act, by Mildred Swenson. © 1 c. 
Aug. 23, 1937; D 51494; Mildred R. 
Swenson, Little River, Kan. 6051 

Petticoat ranch; a comedy-drama in 3 
acts, by Jean Provence. Chicago 
[1937] 125 p. diagr. 12mo. ( [Den- 
ison's red letter series] ) © Aug. 
19, 1937; 2 c. Aug. 21; D 51504; T. 
S. Denison & co., Chicago. 6052 

Philosopher (The) takes a drink; a 
play in 3 acts, by E. Macy [pseud, of 
M. Eistenstadt] and Henry Gootzeit. 
© 1 c. Aug. 17, 1937 ; D 51402 ; Macy 
Eisenstadt and Henry Gootzeit, New 
York. 6053 

Pierce Strong — forest ranger ; scene 2, 
by R. Litman. © 1 c. Aug. 5, 1937; 
D 51124; Ralph Litman, Minneapolis. 

6054 

Pierre et Toinette. See Levers de ri- 
deau. 

Pirate (The) walks the plank; a com- 
edy in 3 acts, by S. Gibney. © 1 c. 
Aug. 13, 1937; D 51304; Sheridan 
Gibney, Hollywood, Calif. 6055 

Play day in happy Holland ; a juvenile 
operetta, verses and dialogue by 
Leila Pirani, music by Edith Harrhy. 
Melbourne [etc., 1937] cover-title, 
30 p. 4to. © Apr. 6, 1937 ; 1 c. June 
11 ; D 39322 ; Allan & co., pty., Mel- 
bourne, Australia. 6056 



Polly pretends ; by the Drackett co. 
program no. 21. Bombay, India. © 
1 c. Aug. 3, 1937 ; D 51084 ; Drackett 
co., Cincinnati. 6057 

program no. 22. Berlin. © 



1 c. Aug. 3, 1937 ; D 51085 ; Drackett 
co., Cincinnati. 6058 

program no. 23. Bermuda. 



© 1 c. Aug. 3, 1937 ; D 51086 ; Drack 
ett co., Cincinnati. 6059 

program no. 24. West Indies. 



© 1 c. Aug. 3, 1937 ; D 51087 ; Drack- 
ett co., Cincinnati. 6060 

program no. 25. Chateau 



Lake Louise. © 1 c. Aug. 11, 1937; 
D 51253 ; Drackett co., Cincinnati. 

6061 



program no. 26. Boat trip to 

Alaska. © 1 c. Aug. 6, 1937; D 
51159; Drackett co., Cincinnati. 

6062 

program no. 27. Saratoga. 

© 1 c. Aug. 6, 1937 ; D 51158 ; Drack- 
ett co., Cincinnati. 6063 

program no. 28. Quebec. © 

1 c. Aug. 13, 1937 ; D 51313 ; Drackett 
co., Cincinnati. 6064 

program no. 29. Palm 

Springs. © 1 c. Aug. 13, 1937; D 
51314; Drackett co., Cincinnati. 

6065 

program no. 30. Mexico. © 

1 c. Aug. 23, 1937 ; D 51484 ; Drackett 
co., Cincinnati. 6066 

program no. 31. Cuzco, Peru. 



© 1 c. Aug. 23, 1937; D 51485; 
Drackett co., Cincinnati. 6067 

program no. 32. Yellowstone. 



© 1 c. Aug. 24, 1937; D 51512; 
Drackett co., Cincinnati. 6068 

Pop an' Elly; a 3-act play, by E. K. 
Povenmire. © 1 c. Aug. 18, 1937 ; D 
51417 ; E. Kingsley Povenmire, Cin- 
cinnati. 6069 

Pot-bound; a play in 1 act, by Lilian 
Smee. London, H. F. W. Deane & 
sons, The Year book press ltd. ; Bos- 
ton, Mass., The Baker international 
play bureau [1937] 26 p. 12mo. 
(The Year book press series of plays) 
© July 21, 1937; 1 c. Aug. 6; D 
51450; Lilian Smee, Thames Ditton. 
England. 6070 

Princess (La) ; or, The Murats in Flor- 
ida, a 1-act play, by I. C. Tippett. © 
1 c. July 29, 1937 : D 51122 ; Irene 
Cowan Tippett, Jacksonville, Fla. 

6071 



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no. 8, 1937 



6092 



Professional hero ; a play in 3 acts, by 
M. V. Heberden. © 1 c. Aug. 16, 
1937; D 51374; Mary Violet Heber- 
den, New York. 6072 

Proved by comparison ; by Jam Handy 
picture service, inc. © 1 c. Aug. 28, 
1937 ; D 51632 ; General motors sales 
Corp., Detroit. 6073 

Public enemy. See While the city 
sleeps. 

Publish glad tidings; a play in 3 acts, 
by S. Lewis. © 1 c. Aug. 28, 1937; 
D 51613 ; Sinclair Lewis, Stockbridge, 

Mass. 6074 

Purim ; an historic drama from the life 
of the people of Israel, in 8 acts, by 
Michael V. Elchenko, edited by K. P. 
Shevchenko. © 1 c. Aug. 19, 1937 ; D 
51431 ; Ancient art theatre co., New 
York. 6075 

Quana ; a drama in 3 acts, by G. Min- 
turn. © 1 c. Aug. 24, 1937 ; D 51499 ; 
Garrett Minturn, Yorktown Heights, 
N. Y. 6076 

Quarterback's (The) curse; or, The 
Viper of the varsity, a 3-act drama, 
bv J. S. Lancaster. © 1 c. Aug. 17, 
1937; D 51405; John Spalding Lan- 
caster, Hollywood, Calif. 6077 

Quartette in discord ; a farcial comedy 
in 3 acts, by Archie N. Menzies. © 
1 c. Aug. 10, 1937 ; D 51284 ; Internatl. 
copyright bureau, London. 6078 

Quebec. See Polly pretends. 

Queer ducks ; a play in 3 acts, by N. J. 

Ford. © 1 c. Aug. 16, 1937 ; D 51378 ; 

Nancy J. Ford, Concord, O. 6079 

Queue de la poele. See Theatre Joly. 

Radiant memory ; a 1-act play, by Paula 
Shay. New York, London [etc., etc.] 
[1937] 28 p. diagr. 12 mo. © 
July 28, 1937 ; 2 c. July 31 ; D 51063 ; 
Samuel French, New York. 6080 

Rain (The) coat murder; a radio ver- 
sion of the 1-act play, by I. C. Tip- 
pett. © 1 c. Aug. 23, 1937 ; D 51498 ; 
Irene Cowan Tippett, Jacksonville, 
Fla. 6081 

Rally; a short play, by Elizabeth 
Marsh. © 1 c. Aug. 13, 1937; D 
51322 ; Elizabeth B. Marsh, San Fran- 
cisco. 6082 

Recorded (The) adventures of Ace Wil- 
liams ; Fifth supplement, by Dan 
Ryan. Chicago, 111., 1937. various 
pagings. 4 to. © July 9, 1937 ; 2 c. 
July 16; D 51434; W. E. Long co., 
Chicago. 6083 



Reecl in the wind; a play in 3 acts, by 
M. V. Heberden. © 1 c. Aug. 16, 
1937: D 51375; Mary Violet Heber- 
den, New York. 6084 

Retreat from folly; by A. K. Gould in 
association with Eileen Russell. © 
1 c. June 22, 1937; D 51117; Amy 
Kennedy Gould. Bushy, Herts, Eng- 
land. 6085 

Reves sans provision ; piece en 3 actes, 
d'apres le roman de Walter Green- 
wood (Love on the dole) [par] Ron- 
ald Gow. Adaptee de l'anglais par mm * 
Charlotte Neveu. Paris, 1937. 26, 
[2] p. ill us. 4 to. ( [La Petite illus- 
tration, no. 827] ) © June 26, 1937 ; 
1 c. Aug. 4 ; D 51269 ; Charlotte Neveu, 
Paris. 6086 

Revolte ( La ) des veuves ; piece en S 
actes, par E. Gerber. © 1 c. Aug. 4, 
1937 ; D 51275 ; Eugene Gerber, Paris. 

6087 

Revolution finale ; piece sociale en 3 
actes, par Max-Bridge [pseud, of L. 
A. M. M. Mehu] [Bellegarde, im- 
primerie Sadag, 1932] 18 p. 4 to. 
© Jan. 1, 1932; 1 c. Apr. 27, 1937; 
D 51164; Louise Anne Marie Morel 
Mehu, Lyon, France. 6088 

Rings for her fingers. See Death Valley 
days. 

Ripe for picking; a farcial comedy by 
J. G. Nixon and V. Rice. © 1 c. July 
20, 1937; D 51190; James G. Nixon 
and Vernon Rice, New York. 6089 

Roaring (The) twenties; a comedy in 
3 acts, by Frederic Hatton and Fanny 
Hatton. © 1 c. Aug. 2, 1937; D 
51068; Frederic Hatton, New York. 

6090 

Robbery in black. See While the city 
sleeps. 

Roi du monde. See Levers de rideau. 

Roman holiday ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
Thea Holme. London, Play rights 
& publications, ltd., 1937. 76 p. 
illus., diagrs. Svo. © Aug. 9, 1937 ; 
1 c. Aug. 11; D 51244; Thea Holme, 
Oxford, England. 6091 

Romantikus (A) asszony ; zenes vig- 
jatek 3 felvonasban, irtak : Szanto 
Armand [i. e. Armand Szanto] es 
Szecsen Mihaly [i. e. Mihaly Szec- 
sen] Budapest, Szinhazi elet, 1937. 
p. 103-126. Svo. © May 9, 1937; 
1 c. June 11; D 51162; Alexander 
Marton, Budapest, Hungary. 6092 



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6093 



pt. i, n. s., v. 10 



Roofs in the sun; a play in 3 acts, by 
G. Salvatore. © 1 c. Aug. 24, 1937 ; 
D 51516; George Salvatore, Astoria, 
L. L, N. Y. 6093 

Room and board ; chapter 1, by J. M. 
Cook. © 1 c. Aug. 16, 1937; D 
51381 ; James Monroe Cook, Holly- 
wood, Calif. 6094 

Rotopower heat; by Jam Handy pic- 
ture service, inc. © 1 c. Aug. 28, 
1937 ; D 51625 ; General motors sales 
corp., Delco-frigidaire conditioning 
division, Dayton, O. 6095 

Royalists (The) ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by S. Draper. © 1 c. Aug. 2, 1937; 
D 51069 ; Stephen Draper, New York. 

6096 

Sabbatical leave ; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by M. K. Faehnle. © 1 c. July 9, 
1937; D 51307; Marie Kulewatz 
Faehnle, Pleasantville, N. Y. 6097 

Salem (The) years; a Lincoln pas- 
toral, by M. M. Cheaney. © 1 c. 
Aug. 6, 1937; D 51175; Margaret 
Miller Cheaney, Petersburg, 111. 

6098 

Salute to the cities ; by Naiph J. Abod- 
aher. July 23, 1937. © 1 c. July 28, 
1937; D 51099; Crosley radio Corp., 
Cincinnati. 6099 



Aug. 6, 1937. © 1 c. Aug. 

10, 1937; D 51274; Crosley radio 
corp., Cincinnati. 6100 

Saratoga. See Polly pretends. 

Scenario ; a comedy in 1 act, by L. du 
Garde Peach. London, H. F. W. 
Deane & sons, The Year book press 
ltd. ; Boston, Mass., The Baker in- 
ternational play bureau [1937] 32 p. 
12mo. (The Year book press series 
of plays) © July 28, 1937 ; 1 c. Aug. 
6; D 51452; L. du Garde Peach, 
Buxton, Derbyshire, England. 

6101 

Scrambled romance ; a comedy in 3 
acts, by B. Hobbs and F. Crozier, 
with incidental music, Just a little 
love story, lyric by Bertram Hobbs, 
music by Buddy Abies. Contains 
music. © 1 c. Aug. 14, 1937; D 
51351 ; Bertram Hobbs and Florence 
Crozier, Carmel, N. Y. 6102 

Secret (The) of life; a pageant in 5 
acts, by K. P. Laurence. © 1 c. July 
23, 1937; D 51413; Kenneth Paul 
Laurence, Denison, Tex. 6103 

Shadows, beware! a comedy in 3 acts, 
by Geraldine McGaughan. New 



York, London, [etc., etc.] 1937. 42 p. 
diagrs. 12mo. © Aug. 23, 1937 ; 2 c. 
Aug. 25 ; D 51565 ; Samuel French, 
New York. 6104 

Shanghai deadline; a play in 3 acts, 
by J. Steel and H. Winston. © 1 c. 
Aug. 19, 1937; D 51446; Johannes 
Steel and Harold Winston, New 
York. 6105 

Shanghaied. See While the city sleeps. 

Sheriff ; a comedy drama in 3 acts, bv 
S. J. Park. © 1 c. July 23, 1937; 
D 51048 ; Samuel J. Park and Lucille 
La Verne, Altadena, Calif. 6106 

Shining palace ; a comedy in 3 acts, by 
D. Bodeen. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1937; D 
51113; DeWitt Bodeen, Hollywood, 
Calif. 6107 

Show (A) goes on; a comedy in 3 acts, 
by J. H. Emerson. © 1 c. Aug. 28, 
1937; D 51602; John H. Emerson, 
New York. 6108 

Show (The) window; a musical revue, 
by G. Edwards. Text. © 1 c. Aug. 
26, 1937; D 51561; Gus Edwards, 
Los Angeles. 6109 

Signora Morli, uno e due. See Mrs. 
Morli, one and two. 

Silver spoon; a 1-act play by I. H. 
Marcus. © 1 c. Aug. 23, 1937; D 
51483; Irving H. Marcus, Los An- 
geles. 6110 

Since my girl met that Charlie Mc- 
Carthy. (Public lover number one) ; 
words and music, by J. Mahoney. © 
1 c. Aug. 4, 1937 ; D 39313 ; Jack Ma- 
honev and Fred Hager, Bayside, L. I., 
N. Y. 6111 

Six (The) queens of Henry; an his- 
torical fantasy in 1 act, by Marjorie 
Price. London [1937] 39 p. 12 mo. 
([French's acting edition, no. 2108]) 
© June 29, 1937; 1 c. Aug. 16; D 
51368; Samuel French, ltd., London. 

6112 

Sixteen millimeter murder. See Your 
witness. 

Skin deep ; a play in 3 acts, by Nor- 
man Becklev [pseud, of S. E. Silli- 
man] © 1 c. Aug. 17, 1937 ; D 51611 ; 
Sherwood E. Silliman, Scarsdale, 
N. Y. 6113 

Sleep with dogs — ; a play in 3 acts, by 
P. Hammond and S. Coles. © 1 c. 
Aug. 13, 1937; D 51317: Paul Ham- 
mond and Stedman Coles, New York. 

6114 



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no. 8, 1937 



6141 



Sleeping (The) beauty; a 1-act farce, 
by C. Clarke. © 1 c. Aug. 25, 1937 ; 
D 51519; Clorinda Clarke, Utica, 
N. Y. 6115 

Sleeping (The) giant; a fable, by B. 
K. Simkhovitch. © 1 c. Aug. 27, 1937 ; 
D 51596; Benjamin Simcoe, Green- 
lawn, L. I., N. Y. 6116 

Slightly delirious ; a farce-comedy in 3 
acts, by James F. Stone, edited by 
Jerome M. Beach. San Francisco, 
Calif., Cincinnati, O., 1937. 78 p. 
diagr. 12mo. © June 29, 1937 ; 2 c. 
Aug. 23 ; D 51479 ; Banner play bu- 
reau, inc., San Francisco. 6117 

Smile (A) at dawn; a play in 3 acts, 
by Oliver Thomas [pseud, of A. 
Vecsey] © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1937; D 
51392 ; Armand Vecsey, New York. 

6118 

Smoke dreams; by Naiph J. Abodaher. 
July 25, 1937. © 1 c. July 28, 1937 ; 
D 51097 ; Crosley radio corp., Cin- 
cinnati. 6119 

Aug. 1, 1937. © 1 c. Aug. 5, 

1937; D 51166; Crosley radio corp., 
Cincinnati. 6120 

Aug. 8, 1937. © 1 c. Aug. 11, 

1937; D 51336; Crosley radio corp., 
Cincinnati. 6121 

Aug. 15, 22, 1937. © 1 c. each 



Aug. 25, 1937; D 51587, 51588; Cros- 
ley radio corp., Cincinnati. 6122, 6123 

Sneed's flying lesson. See While the 
city sleeps. 

So refined ; a comedy in 3 acts, by E. D. 
Kaup. © 1 c. Aug. 2, 1937 ; D 51114 ; 
Elizabeth Dewing Kaup, New York. 

6124 

Solvit; a dramatization in 1 act, by 
A. W. Schwalberg. © 1 c. July 13, 
1937; D 51070; Alfred W. Schwal- 
berg, New Rochelle, N. Y. 6125 

Sonnwend' ; volksschauspiel in 5 akten, 
von K. Schonherr. © 1 c. July 28, 
1937; D 51339; Karl Schonherr, Vi- 



enna. 



6126 



Spin (The) of the wheel: a 1-act com- 
edy, by Rollin Kirby. New York, Los 
Angeles, Calif., London [etc.] [1937] 
14 p. diagr. 12mo. © Aug. 10, 1937 ; 
2 c. Aug. 16 ; D 51390 ; Samuel French, 
New York. 6127 

Sporting chance ; a play in 3 acts, by P. 
Lackro and Donna Ashley. © 1 c. 
Aug. 3, 1937 ; D 51090 ; Paul Lackro, 
New York. 6128 



Sports on parade ; July 19, 26, 1937, by 
Naiph J. Abodaher. © 1 c. each July 
28, 1937 ; D 51095, 51096 ; Crosley ra- 
dio corp-, Cincinnati. 6129,6130 

Sportsmen, beware ! thirty minutes of 
fun for actors and audience, by Flor- 
ence E. More. New York, N. Y., Los 
Angeles, Calif., London (etc., etc.] 
1937. 21 p. diagr. 12mo. © Aug. 12, 
1937 ; 2 c. Aug. 16 ; D 51366 ; Samuel 
French, New York. 6131 

Star (The) of Bethlehem; a Christmas 
nativity play in 5 scenes, by B. I. R. 
Wilson. © 1 c. July 31, 1937; D 
51C66; Barbara Isabel Ross Wilson, 
Isle of Man, Great Britain. 6132 

Stars of the states ; a musical revue, by 
G. Edwards. Text. © 1 c. Aug. 26, 
1937; D 51562; Gus Edwards, Los 
Angeles. 6133 

Stolen property ; by David Diamond. © 
1 c. Aug. 20, 1937 ; D 51462 ; Bar assn. 
of Erie county, Buffalo. 6134 

Stop the shopper ; by Jam Handy pic- 
ture service, inc. © 1 c. Aug. 28, 
1937; D 51626; General motors sales 
corp., Detroit. 6135 

Strange road ; a comedy-drama in 3 
acts, by R. St. Claire. © 1 c. Aug. 
2, 1937; D 51076; Ronald St. Claire, 
New York. 6136 

Strassenmusik ; lustspiel mit musik in 
3 akten, von Paul Schurek, bearbei- 
tung von Hanns Sassmann, musik 
von Will Meisel. Text. © 1 c. Dec. 
21, 1936 ; D 51165 ; Vertriebsstelle und 
verlag deutscher biihnenschriftsteller 
u. biihnenkomponisten g. m. b. h., Ber- 
lin. 6137 

Vollstandiger klavierauszug 



mit text. © 1 c. Dec. 28, 1936; D 
39316 ; Edition Neruda, Berlin. 6138 

Stray cats ; a farce-comedy in 3 acts, by 
Leslie H. Carter and Ellen M. Gall. 
San Francisco, Calif., Cincinnati, O., 
1937. 90 p. 12mo. Revised edition. 
© July 10, 1937; 2 c. Aug. 23; D 
51478; Banner play bureau, inc., San 
Francisco. 6139 

Strike ;' a coal mine play for schools 
studying the same, by M. Chippen- 
dale. © 1 c. July 26, 1937 ; D 51338 ; 

Mary Chippendale, New York. 6140 

• 

Supplement au voyage de Cook ; piece 
en 1 acte [par] Jean Giraudoux, il- 
lustrations de Mariano Andreu. Paris 
[1937] 3 p. 1., 11-119, [1] p., 2 1. 
front., illus. 12 m. © June 3, 1937 ; 
1 c. Aug. 4; D 51259; Ed. Bernard 
Grasset, Paris. 6141 



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6142 



pt. i, n. s., v. 10' 



Sweet mystery ; farce-comedy in 3 acts, 
by H. Altimus, adapted from the 
French play, Dicky, by Armont, Ger- 
bidon and Manoussi. © 1 c. Aug. 7, 
1937; D 51212; Henry Altimus, Los 
Angeles. 6142 

Symphony of life ; episodes nos. 1, 2, by 
E. L. Lee. © 1 c. Sept. 28, 1936; D 
51083 ; Edna Letetia Lee, Atlanta. 

6143 

Sziniiskola ; 3 ovfolyamban irta : Sze- 
kely Janos [i. e. Janos Szekely] es 
Egyed Zoltan [i. e. Zoltan Egyed] © 
1 c. July 30, 1937 ; D 5110O ; Alexander 
Marton, Budapest, Hungary. 6144 

Take it away ! a comedy in 3 acts, by 
H. S. Cottman and E. J. Levy. © 1 
c. Aug. 16, 1937 ; D 51380 ; H. Stuart 
Cottman and Edward J. Levy, New 
Orleans. 6145 

Taking the count ; a farce comedy in 3 
. acts, by Vivian Mayo. New York, 

N. Y., Los Angeles, Calif., London 

[etc., etc.] 1937. 70 p. diagr. 12mo. 

© Aug. 7, 1937 ; 2 c. Aug. 16 ; D 51365 ; 

Samuel French, New York. 6146 

Tea (The) party; by Emmet O'Byrne. 
© 1 c. Aug. 30, 1937 ; D 51640 ; Emmet 
Patrick O'Byrne, New York. 6147 

Telephone number one; by Katharine 
Crosby and Eugene Pillot. New 
York, London [etc., etc.] 1937. 28 p. 
diagr. 12 mo. © July 29, 1937; 2 
c. Aug. 5; D 51142; Samuel French, 
New York. 6148 

Tempest and sunshine; a thoroughly 
modern dramatization of Mary J. 
Holmes' world famous novel, in 3 
acts, by Ned Albert [pseud, of Wil- 
bur Braun] New York, London [etc., 
etc.] [1937] 120 p. diagr. 12 mo. 
© Aug. 2, 1937; 2 c. Aug. 11; D 
51239; Samuel French, New York. 

6149 

Terrible (The) candy-eater; a play for 
children in 1 act, by Mollie Kelly 
[pseud, of Mollie K. Towner] Chi- 
cago [1937] 30 p. 12 mo. .© July 
21, 1937 ; 2 c. July 31 ; D 51065 ; Dra- 
matic pub. co., Chicago. 6150 

That beautiful land ; a drama in 3 acts, 
by L. Rose. © 1 c. Aug. 27, 1937 ; D 
51575 ; Leonie Rose, New York. 6151 

Theatre (Le) Joly ; les creches et les 
marionnettes lyonnaises a fils, pieces 
recueillies et presentees par Gaston 
Baty. Paris, Coutan-Lambert ri9.°>7] 
3 p. 1., 9-241, [2] p. plates, facsims. 



8 vo. ( [Masques bibliotheque d'art 
dramatique] ) Contents. — La 
creche. — Le diable a Lyon. — La 
queue de la poele. — Napoleon. © 
May 30, 1937 ; 1 c. Aug. 4 ; D 51261 ; 
Gaston Baty, Paris. 6152 

There goes the bridegroom. See First 
nighter. 

Thieves fall out ; a mystery comedy in 
3 acts, by Alice and John Hayden. 
© 1 c. Aug. 17, 1937 ; D 51396 ; John 
M. Hayden, Woodside, N. Y. 6153 

This business of loving ; a comedy in 
3 acts, by F. G. Gardiner. © 1 c. 
Aug. 3, 1937; D 51129; F. Gavin 
Gardiner, New York. 6154 

This is a business; by Jam Handy pic- 
ture service, inc. © 1 c. Aug. 28, 
1937 ; D 51635 ; General motors sales 
corp., Detroit. 6155 

This tennis racket ! a play in 3 acts, 
by Vernon Woodhouse and Harold 
Simpson. London, Play rights & 
publications, ltd., 1937. 76 p. diagrs. 
8 vo. © Aug. 9, 1937 ; 1 c. Aug. 11 ; 
D 51241 ; Harold Simpson, London. 

6156 

Three (The) fat men; a play in 2 acts, 
by B. G. Guerney. © 1 c. Aug. 13, 
1937; D 51312; Bernard Guilbert 
Guerney, New York. 6157 

Thrills ; by Forrest Barnes, episodes 
nos. 21-25. © 1 c. each July 29, 
1937; D 51539^51543; Amer. radio 
features, Los Angeles. 6158-6162 

episodes nos. 26-30. © 1 c. 



each Aug. 24, 1937; D 51520-51524; 
Amer. radio features, Los Angeles. 

6163-6167 

Thrills from great operas ; no. 1. Vesti 
la giubba from I pagliacci, by Lind- 
say MacHarrie. Text. © 1 c. Aug. 
30, 1937; D 51636; Radio transcrip- 
tion co. of America, ltd., Hollywood, 
Calif. 6168 

Through stained glass ; an allegory in 
3 acts, by W. De Lisle. © 1 c. Aug. 
10, 1937; D 51224; William De Lisle, 
New York. 6169 

Thunder. See While the city sleeps. 

Tillie and Will ; episode no. 4, by C. 
Carr. © 1 c. July 7, 1937 ; D 51077 ; 
Catharine Carr, Los Angeles. 6170 

Time to remarry ; a play in 5 scenes, by 
Dwight Eckerman. © 1 c. Aug. 13, 
1937; D 51320: Dwight Charles Eck- 
erman, New Haven. 6171 



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no. 8, 1937 



6190 



To have and to hold ; by David Dia- 
mond. © 1 c. Aug. 20, 1937; D 
51459; Bar assn. of Erie county, 
Buffalo. 6172 

To his fathers. See Ad patres. 

To the victor; a play in 2 acts, by J. 
Colton and H. Von Rhau. © 1 c. 
Aug. 28, 1937 ; D 51612 ; John Colton 
and Henry Von Rhau, New York. 

6173 

Tobacco triumphant ; by T. Beverly 
Campbell and Howard Southgate. A 
historical pageant drama of tobacco, 
presented at the third annual Na- 
tional tobacco festival at South Bos- 
ton, Virginia, September 2-3, 1937. 
South Boston, Va., Record-advertiser, 
inc., printers, 1937. 44 p. 8vo. © 
Aug. 24, 1937 ; 2 c. Aug. 26 ; D 51567 ; 
T. Beverly Campbell and Howard 
Southgate, Richmond. 6174 

Tom (The ) Thumb minstrels ; a com- 
plete minstrel program, by Arthur L. 
Kase